Looking for a GSP?If you are contemplating adding a GSP to your family, consider the following:
A GSP left to its own devices for long periods without human companionship can become quite a handful and possibly destructive. They are extremely energetic dogs requiring exercise and mental stimulation. This can be met by a daily run and playing games. Obedience training is also a recommendation to all new dog owners. This helps stimulate the brain (human and dog) and also at the end gives you a much more obedient dog to live with!
Kids are a GSP's best friend but they can get quite boisterous. Therefore it is recommended that children always be supervised when playing with or feeding their pet. Puppies must be socialised with different types of animals from a young age and trained not to chase anything as they are hunting animals and they need to be taught wrong from right, right from the start.
Why a Registered Pedigree GSP?
Registered breeders spend hundreds of hours researching the breed and the mechanics of breeding dogs to a high standard. They also work to ensure their puppies are of the utmost quality by utilising best breeding practices and testing to ensure that they are not breeding from stock that has any herediatry problems.
Club breeders support their puppy buyers, doing all they can to ensure that the new puppy turns out to be everything you want and expect. They are also always there to assist down the track with any after purchase support and will be the first to offer to take your puppy back and find it a new home if things dont work out or your situation at home changes.
Rule # 1 - The GSP always comes first!
For futher information on puppies or older dogs available........
Contact our Secretary, Cheryl Billett at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or visit the Breeders page, to contact a breeder registered with Dogs SA.