Prairie Fire Wirehairs Pups (2022)

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We love raising German Wirehaired Pointers. We only breed German Wirehaired Pointers. Our wirehair pups receive lots of attention from our family so we’re sure they’ll be comfortable around people. All pups have tails docked and dew claws removed. First puppy shots and general checkup performed by our veterinarian before puppies are sold. AKC registration forms are provided with every pup.

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We are expecting a litter of pups in February 2021

Planned pairing: Sire – Rye & Dam – Coco

Litter location: Northern Illinois

(we can easily move pups to SW Minnesota)

Contact John or Ron for more information and to reserve your pick of the litter!

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We have deposits for all pups in this litter, and are accepting deposits for future litters!

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March 2, 2019 Litter

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Males

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Pups whelped March 2, 2019

7 female & 3 male pups

Sire – Doc (Prairie Fire’s Prairie Dock)

Dam – Azzi (Prairie Fire’s Silky Aster)

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Pups whelped 07/10/2018:

9 female & 2 male pups

Sire – Afterhours Harley’s a Rebel

Dam – Cocoa Pebbles Prairie Fire

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July 10, 2018 litter

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Pups whelped 04/28/2017

5 male pups & 4 female pups

Sire – Prairie Fire’s Cosmo Vogel Jager

Dam – Cocoa Pebbles Prairie Fire

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April 28, 2017 litter

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Pups whelped 11/11/2016

3 male pups & 4 female pups

Sire – Prairie Fire’s Cosmo Vogel Jager

Dam – Prairie Fire’s Blue Bell

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November 11, 2016 litter

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October 10, 2016 litter

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Pups whelped 10/10/2016

3 male pups

Sire – Prairie Fire’s Prairie Dock

Dam – St Croix’s Jeni O Blue Sands

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Males

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July 03, 2015 litter

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Pups whelped 07/03/2015

9 pups – 5 male and 4 female

Sire – Sure Shot Sampson

Dam – Cocoa Pebbles Prairie Fire

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Pups whelped 05/20/2015

6 pups – 2 male and 4 female

Sire – Prairie Fire’s Cosmo Vogel Jager

Dam – Prairie Fire’s Blue Bell

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May 20, 2015 litter

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Pups whelped 06/18/2014

6 pups – 4 male and 2 female

Sire – Afterhours Harley’s a Rebel

Dam – St Croix’s Jeni O Blue Sands

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June 18, 2014 litter

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October 19, 2011 litter

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Pups whelped 10/19/11

12 pups – 5 male and 7 female

Sire – Afterhours Harley’s a Rebel

Dam – St Croix’s Jeni O Blue Sands

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Pups whelped 10/05/11

7 pups – 3 male and 4 female

Sire – Afterhours Harley’s a Rebel

Dam – Prairie Fire’s Prairie Lilly

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October 5, 2011 litter

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September 12, 2010 litter

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Pups whelped 09/12/10

3 female & 2 male

Sire – Prairie Fire’s Sunset

Dam – Rock River’s Rosie

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September 28, 2009 litter

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Pups whelped 09/28/09

2 female & 1 male

Sire – Prairie Fire’s Sunset

Dam – Prairie Fire’s Blazing Star

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October 12, 2008 litter

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Pups whelped 10/12/08

6 female & 2 male

Sire – Sure Shot Sampson

Dam – Rock River’s Roaming Rosie

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January 25, 2008 litter

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Dam – Prairie Fire’s Shooting Star

Sire – Sure Shot Sampson

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Pups whelped 1/6/08

4 female & 2 male

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Pups whelped 1/22/07

5 female & 3 male

Sire – Sure Shot Sampson

Dam – Rock River’s Roaming Rosie

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Pups whelped 12/28/06

7 female & 3 male

Sire – Sure Shot Sampson

Dam - Prairie Fire’s Shooting Star

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Pups whelped 4/8/05

2 female & 6 male

Sire – Prairie Fire’s Rising Moon

Dam - Prairie Fire’s Tomah

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5 female

Sire – Prairie Fire’s Rising Moon

Dam - Prairie Fire’s Blazing Star

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Winnebago IL 61088

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512 191st St

Jasper MN 56144

507-348-4826

(Video) Q Litter One Week Old - Wirehaired Pointing Griffons, Bluestem Kennels

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FAQs

Are German Wirehairs good family dogs? ›

German wirehaired pointers are extremely active. Considered even-tempered dogs, they are loyal to their family. They do very well with children if raised with them or with older children who treat them well.

Are German Wirehairs protective? ›

German Wirehaired Pointers are highly protective of themselves, their families, and their territory. Are German Wirehaired Pointers Good Guard Dogs? GWPs make exceptional watchdogs. They are alert to any sounds and strangers approaching the house, and will bark to let their owners know if they sense a threat.

How much does a German wirehaired pointer puppy cost? ›

$500-$1,500+

German Wirehaired Pointers from breeders such as American Kennel Club cost about $600 to $950. The average cost for puppies under six months is approximately $800. Purebreds with an exceptional parental lineage may cost over $1,500.

Are German wirehaired pointers the same as drahthaar? ›

Beyond that, the German wirehaired pointer and the Deutsch Drahthaar are essentially the same.

How long do German Wirehairs live? ›

The German Wirehaired Pointer, which has an average lifespan of 12 to 14 years, can occasionally suffer from heart disease, seizures, elbow dysplasia, gastric torsion, entropion, and hypothyroidism; other major health concerns include canine hip dysplasia (CHD).

Should I get a male or female German Wirehaired Pointer? ›

There is no discernible difference between male and female German Shorthaired Pointers with regards to their hunting abilities. Both genders have strong hunting instincts and make fantastic hunting dogs. The differences relate to their trainability and temperament, which is a personal preference.

Do German Wirehaired Pointers ever calm down? ›

German Shorthaired Pointers usually calm down at age two to three. They are born hyperactive and tend to be unruly and energetic while still puppies. Some adult GSPs will still be active and ready to run and play.

Are German Wirehaired Pointers clingy? ›

Relationship With Your Family

German Shorthaired Pointers loves people and will want to be around family at all times, almost to the point of being clingy. They will often follow your every move around the house and need to know where all members of the family are at all times.

How often should you bathe a German Wirehaired Pointer? ›

The general rule of thumb for dog bathing is every three months but wire-coated dogs can be done with greater frequency, often within a four-to-six week range. The coat should end up fresh smelling, shiny, with no loose or shedding hair. First give the dog a good brushing to remove dead hair and mats.

Are German Wirehaired Pointers aggressive? ›

They can be aggressive towards other dogs, especially male-to-male aggression. Many have a strong instinct to chase cats and seize cats and other small pets. A bored German Wirehaired Pointer can make a shambles of your home and yard.

What is the difference between a German Shorthaired Pointer and a German Wirehaired Pointer? ›

The shorthairs and wirehairs are equally intense. Their noses, drive and desire are equal. A notable difference is that the wirehairs can handle very cold waterfowling better; the shorthairs fare better in warm upland work. Both breeds live well in the house and with the family.

Are German Wirehaired Pointer hypoallergenic? ›

Does AKC recognize drahthaar? ›

In essence, a VDD registered drahthaar can be imported and registered with the AKC; however, an AKC registered GWP cannot be registered with the VDD. The coat lengths on drahthaars are shorter, denser, harder, and more consistently reproduced than on their GWP counterparts.

What breeds make up a drahthaar? ›

The Deutsch Drahthaar was developed in Germany in the beginning of the 20th century by crossing the German Shorthair Pointer with the Griffon, Stichelhaar (a dog that was developed by crossing the Pointer, Foxhound, Pudelpointer, and Polish water dog) and the Pudelpointer (a dog that was a cross between the Poodle and ...

Do German wirehaired pointers like to swim? ›

GSPs are very good swimmers

Thanks to their webbed feet and sleek, muscular build, GSPs are adept in the water—and most love it. But watch out in winter: with their shorter hair, GSPs can easily get too cold, even in water that works well for a longer-haired dog such as a Labrador Retriever.

Does a Pudelpointer shed? ›

The Pudelpointer has a close, flat-lying, hard, rough coat of medium length with a dense undercoat; as a result, he sheds seasonally. Beyond regular weekly grooming, the occasional bath will keep him clean and looking his best.

Are German wirehaired pointers stubborn? ›

The German Wirehaired Pointer temperament is a willful and stubborn one, but they can also be affectionate and loyal dogs. While they can be aloof with strangers, they are very hopelessly devoted to their family.

How much exercise does a Wire Haired Pointer need? ›

The Pointer is an energetic dog breed suitable for couples or families looking for an active pet. They will need at least 2 hours of exercise every day, according to the Kennel Club. With a sufficient amount of exercise, Pointers make very good house dogs and one of the best large companion dogs.

Do German Shorthaired Pointers bark a lot? ›

Bored German Shorthaired Pointers can become escape artists, so you need at least a six-foot tall fence if you plan to leave them alone outside. GSPs bark at strangers and noises. They also are a bit reserved with strangers.

Are German pointers easy to train? ›

German shorthaired pointers (GSPs for short) are bright, friendly dogs who are always up for an adventure. This regal breed is easy to train, eager to please, and makes an excellent family dog. Because they're so energetic, GSPs do best with an active family who loves to play and move as much as they do.

How do you calm down Zoomies? ›

In much the same way you may find you're able to lessen the degree or frequency of zoomies by increasing physical exercise or challenging your dog mentally. This is a great way of releasing some of that pent up energy before it's channelled into one of these random bursts of energy.

How do you tire out a GSP? ›

There are many ways to tire out a german shorthaired pointer, Some of these ways include:
  1. Running around the yard. You can make your fun by running around the yard with your German Shorthaired Pointer. ...
  2. Playing fetch. ...
  3. Tug-of-war. ...
  4. Fetching sticks. ...
  5. Teaching commands. ...
  6. Puppy games.
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Do pointers whine a lot? ›

German Shorthaired Pointers may whine in an attempt to communicate, to express a need for more exercise or mental stimulation, to show excitement, to convey displeasure or anxiety, to ask to be let outdoors, or to alert the family of suspicious activity outside.

Do pointers like to cuddle? ›

Yes, German Shorthaired Pointers as a whole, love to cuddle! From snuggling up to watch a movie to resting their head on your lap for no reason at all, this breed DEFINITELY loves to cuddle.

Why do pointers shiver? ›

The German Short Haired Pointer is equally adept at performing on land and in the water. After a spell in a dam or river, your dog is going to shake off the excess water on his coat. The action of shaking off the water and having a good shiver helps prevent hypothermia, as well as dry off your dog.

Do German wirehaired pointers need haircuts? ›

The German wirehaired pointer has a distinct beard and eyebrows that are meant to remain long so only an occasional trim is needed. They also have hairs that feather on the backs of their legs, which should also not be clipped short, but only neatened while grooming.

Why is my GSP so itchy? ›

Pointers can develop skin allergies as a result of exposure to a variety of allergens. Dust, pollen, mold, fleas, shampoos, and food are common triggers of skin reactions in Pointers. Corn has been a documented ingredient to cause itching in Pointers. Further, nutrient imbalances, can lead to dry itchy skin and coat.

Can you shave a wirehaired pointer? ›

NOTE: Wire/harsh coated dogs are double coated. Clipping or shaving does not remove the dead hair and may cause irritation, and also leads to deterioration in coat texture and colour. The harsh outer coat provides protection from the elements.

Why is my GSP growling at me? ›

GSP Growling

This is their warning device to say “I don't like this.” If you remove their warning device, they will have no choice but to move up to the next response: a bite.

Can I German Wirehaired Pointer live outside? ›

German Wirehairs require a minimum one hour of exercise every day. They could easily go longer than that and would love to run alongside a horse all day. They'll do best if they have access to the outdoors and would probably prefer not to live in an apartment. They are durable dogs and no stranger to dense brush.

What dog looks like a German Shorthaired Pointer? ›

Large French Pointer

This dog, bred for tracking and pointing, originated in France in the 1600s and looks much like the German shorthaired pointer.

What is a roan German Shorthaired Pointer? ›

Liver roan German Shorthaired Pointers have liver patches, as well as liver hairs on white markings. This makes them stand out from spotted or ticked GSPs, who may even have white spots on a liver coat.

Do German shorthaired pointers shed? ›

German Shorthaired Pointers are not considered to be heavy shedders. They shed a mild to a medium amount, compared to other breeds. Their coat sheds mostly in the spring and fall. In warmer climates, a German Shorthaired Pointer may shed consistently throughout the year.

Do German Wirehaired Pointers ever calm down? ›

German Shorthaired Pointers usually calm down at age two to three. They are born hyperactive and tend to be unruly and energetic while still puppies. Some adult GSPs will still be active and ready to run and play.

Do German Wirehaired Pointers calm down? ›

A GSP will calm down and mature around 2-years of age.

With adequate training, exercise, and boundaries in place, they will be better managed. The German Shorthaired Pointer is a breed that suffers from the human equivalent of the terrible twos from about 6 to 20 months.

Do German Wirehaired Pointers bark a lot? ›

22. Do pointers bark a lot? German Wirehaired Pointers bark from time to time but not too often. The breed's “profession” didn't require a lot of barking as these dogs were meant to quietly sneak up on the prey and point toward it with alerting it.

Are German Wirehaired Pointers clingy? ›

Relationship With Your Family

German Shorthaired Pointers loves people and will want to be around family at all times, almost to the point of being clingy. They will often follow your every move around the house and need to know where all members of the family are at all times.

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