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Old 03-21-2018, 04:13 PM
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Default 3 yo GSP offered to me. Can she be taught?

My friend knows I want a GSP and her friend who runs a shelter was just given one. Three year old female pure bred with papers. Given up because she was kept outside alone and escaped so many times the family gave her up. Not sure if she was hunted. If she was never hunted can you train her to point/hold quail?
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If she's got in her blood to hunt just give her time and love. My choc lab Macey was a yard dog for the 1st year and a half of her life and untill she got the chance to find out she never lnew what she was missin
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Short answer, Yes. Just have to invest the time and energy in to her and the training.
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