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Qualities

  • 1996 Griffon
  • Bred by Shannon Ford
  • owner/breeder trained and handled
  • 23 inches tall
  • 24 inches long
  • Excellent Harsh, Dense coat
  • Started Grouse dog
  • OFA Hips Good
        WG-896G36M-T
  • OFA Elbows Normal
        WG-EL16-T
  • Eyes Clear
        02/00

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Galahad


 

Ch. Tucker's Georgie USA CD CGC

Ingo Vom Kastanienhain

Axel vom Baldeneyse
Aura von Gschwend
Flathead's Georgia Majic Valley's Rafe
Glacier Cool Dee Cee
Ch. Checkered Meg
Ch. Tucker's Bullrush Brush Furst Von der Neuberg
Flatheads Jaghund Gretal
Neal's Montana Thistledown

Furst Von der Neuberg

Flatheads Georgia


     Griffonpoints Jupiter (Galahad) was born in the winter of 1996.  It was a small litter, with one female and  three males.  Galahad was a big, calm puppy, and to this day is a very even minded, easy going Griffon.     

    We had bred Ch Checkered Meg with Ch. Tucker's Georgie CD CGC before, so we knew that the offspring would be of excellent quality.   This time we wanted to keep a male from this combination, and Will selected Galahad as our next Grouse Specialist. 

    Like his father, Ch. Tucker's Georgie CD CGC, Galahad is a very methodical, cooperative and biddable hunting dog.  He has a dog that is all business when it comes to the field.  He is naturally a close worker, and though he is a young dog, he has a focussed, effortless manner in the grouse wood and will one day replace his sire as our #1 grouse hunter.

      Galahad has a smooth, efficient motion, and correct, athletic structure.  He is a  solid dog, his strengths being an excellent forehand and bone.  He has a maintenance free coat that is very stiff and dense.

Breeding History

  • 2000: Griffonpoint Hasta Not Snow

 

 

   

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For further information, contact
Shannon Ford 

Griffonpoint Kennel
Box 69 Site 4 RR#1
DeWinton, Alberta
Canada T0L 0X0
 
phone/fax (403)995-0389

e-mail info@griffonpoint.com

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