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We used to have 5 at one stage, at the back from right to left is Bramble, Logan and Moss
In front from left to right is Willow and Bracken. That's in the order we had them as puppies.
Dog Vertebrate Dog breed Mammal Carnivore
 

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Beautiful dogs.

There seemed to have been a tendency to produce a much lighter version of the breed but your dogs look like the way they’re supposed to be.
Thank you, the colours can vary with each dog and litter. But the darker ones are from the American line and more slender. The lighter ones are English or European line and more stocky. But willow and berry are from the English line. Didn't think that berry would be so dark his mom and dad are lighter.
 

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Thank you, the colours can vary with each dog and litter. But the darker ones are from the American line and more slender. The lighter ones are English or European line and more stocky. But willow and berry are from the English line. Didn't think that berry would be so dark his mom and dad are lighter.
That's interesting.
We've had several German Shorthaired pointers in the past and brought our last one to the US with us.
She was actually small to UK standards but taller and a lot stockier than any of the US GSP's we've seen.
 

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Yes every country the standards can be different. I didn't know this when we had our first one, I found out the American one when we had Barely, his breeder was working on breeding a line with longer legs so that they could run faster but Barley isn't from that line.
 
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