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    Default Wish us luck...

    As I work with Texas GSP Rescue and have personally rescued many GSP's, I may have just met the most unique GSP ever. Her name is lady and she's two years old. Unfortunatley she was thrown in a metal cage in a house for a year. Weighs 28 pounds. My wife has fell in love and is nursing her along. She loves my two male GSP's and plays outside but completely withdrawn in the house or when approached. She spent this morning in my wife's classroom getting socialized with kids. Has been napping in my office this afternoon. Probably will never hunt but she will be saved.

    Lady.jpg

    Here's her bloodline:
    Her name is Lady Hightailyn Rolling Thunder
    Sire: Showtyme's Uodibars Hi-Tailyn Big "D"
    Dam: Showtyme's Pale Rider MS "Aniyah"
    and
    FC-MPK's Pale Rider
    NFC-Showtimes Rollin Thunder
    NFC-Dixieland's Freedom
    NFC-Rawhides Clown
    FC-Shell Shocked Sammy
    FC-White Smokin Mad Max
    FC-Dixieland's Duke
    FC/AFC-Brown L's Ace
    FC/AFC Blue Earth Rexx
    FC-Rosehill's Cosmo
    FC-Rusty's Dixie Gypsy
    JMc
    Fritch, TX

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    Good luck with the dog, Jim. Great that you have rescued her and with that pedigree I bet she will turn out to be a great hunter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dakotazeb View Post
    Good luck with the dog, Jim. Great that you have rescued her and with that pedigree I bet she will turn out to be a great hunter.
    she is in good hands, she will be a great hunter when she recovers...........best to you both.

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    You don’t need luck. You have a proven track record, she’s a lucky dog!
    "We give dogs time we can spare, space we can spare and love we can spare. And in return, dogs give us their all. It's the best deal man has ever made." M.Facklam

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    Thanks guys...she has an angel on her shoulder as well. I lost my old boy Taz (Dixie's Ramblin Rusty Rebel). His bloodline is eerily similar to Lady's. My wife seems to think Taz guided her to us...I'll keep you posted and thanks again for the encouraging comments.
    Jim
    JMc
    Fritch, TX

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    Can’t wait to hear about her succes’ in the field and at home ,let us know how she comes along !!!

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    Glad she is in a good home. I can't believe she only weighs 28 lbs!

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    Can't think of a better person for her to seek salvation with! Might be surprised what a large dose of birds might awaken in her! Take it slow and quietly and she may just find her former self!!! Good luck!
    Trust the dog!

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    Pup's got a guardian angel directing its life if it ended up in your home. Love, attention, and play will make huge differences for it. Lucky dog to be in your home.

    (My GWP was a Craig's list buy. Came from a home with no understanding of the energy and need for affection of the breed. She's four now and still shies away from a hand gesture near her head, but will push her head under my hand for more petting or skritching. She's improved from marginal hunter to fair-to-middlin', but it took time.

    Lucky dog you got there. Nice work.
    Kis
    For hunters, Fall is the island towards which we swim all year.

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    Lady is coming along...here she is in my yard pointing dove on the high-wire. She is still very nervous and withdrawn as you can tell by the lack of a styled tail. It's there but tucked away. She's gone from 28 pounds to 40 and she's beautiful. Thanks for the kind words and keep sending your support of Lady.

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    JMc
    Fritch, TX

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