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Jet Black Rider's Rogue Fulger 

Weight: 53 lbs

Color: Black/Roan

Genetically Tested

AKC Registered 

Rogue is the reason this kennel exists. When we started training her to hunt it was very obviously there was something special about her. Since a very young age, Rogue has been extremely biddable with a high prey drive. Inside the home Rogue is an absolute angel, in the field she is an all star. By the end of Rogue's first hunting season she had hunted over 3 different species of birds In Colorado and naturally become steady to wing, shot and fall with very minimal training. In fact Rogue trained herself to wait for shot and fall. One of the best parts about hunting behind Rogue is watching her after a flush. She patiently watches the bird fly and doesn't take her eyes off it it. Once the bird falls, she marks it carefully and has yet to loose a bird. Rogue has amazing natural ability to hunt, combined with her ability to learn and her desire to please, she is truly one of a kind. 

Rogue has a gentle temperament and loves kids, she watches our kids as if they were her own. She is a little more on the independent side, however it is very common to have her slide in next to you for some affection. Rogue enjoys playing with other animals, hunting mice and squirrels in the back yard, cuddling, playing fetch and her favorite thing on the planet is when we pack the truck with dog kennels and shotguns. 

Rogue ranges between 50-150 yards while hunting and naturally quarters. It is not uncommon for her to run 20-25 miles in a single day of hunting. Rogue has a very good nose and demonstrates behavior changes when she get's "birdy". Rogue has pointed birds as far as 60 yards away. Hunting behind Rogue is always a pleasure. 


Jet Black Rider's Oakley Dokie 

Weight: 44 lbs 

Color: Liver/Roan

Genetically Tested

AKC Registered 

Rogue impressed us so much, we were quick to get another GSP from a sister litter. Just when we thought Rogue was one of a kind, Oakley proved us wrong.  At just 8 weeks old she began pointing birds. Oak proved to be extremely intelligent and had a strong desire to please. At a young age Oakley showed a very high drive for birds, she is a bird fanatic. Although Oakley is very trainable, she did not require much training at all. She learned from Rogue and displayed an amazing natural ability to locate and point birds. At just 6 months old Oakley naturally backed other dogs and honored point in every scenario we put her in. 

Oakley is very calm, mild mannered and loves people. She is great with kids and spends a good portion of her days cuddling. At home Oakley prefers to be around people, yet in the field she demonstrates independence and courage. Oakley enjoys car rides, swimming, finding birds in the park, doing new training drills and loves being praised. Oakley requires very little correction and learns quickly from her mistakes. 

Oakley ranges between 60-200 yards and hunts methodically. She demonstrates natural quartering and the ability to locate birds. Oakley has a slightly different hunting style than Rogue. On numerous occasions I have learned to trust Oakley's nose as she circles back on covered ground and magically finds birds we passed up. The cherry on top is Oakley's fancy staunch point, which she has demonstrated since early on.  You can be assured to find birds if you follow Oakley in a field. 

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