Our Available German Shorthaired Pointers

For more information about any of our dogs call Kris at (719) 429-1435 or email her at kris@rockymtngsp.org.


Adoption Fee: $200

Bree is a 'miniature' Colorado Bulldog. She'll turn 3 in November. This is the perfect dog. She is house trained and crate trained. Once settled into a new home, there is no need for a crate. But she loves her crate, its her bed and she chooses to stay in there at times just to hang out. She loves, loves, LOVES people and enjoys hanging out. She can be a couch potato if that is how the day is, or she'll hike the next snow capped peak! She's versatile and incredibly athletic. I've always said she'd make the perfect agility dog. During the summer, she becomes a fish. She loves to swim. She'll swim just to do it. She plays fetch, brings it back every single time, whether it is dry land or in the water. Bree is fine with other dogs, very playful and non-threatening. But my dogs have never found enjoyment in the dog park. Bree loves to be out in the vast space of nature. She's a good dog in that she doesn't need a leash to go hiking. She'll never approach strange dogs or people, she minds her own business and comes when called every single time. Bree needs to go to a home where she is the one and only. She is currently the bottom of the totem pole and she is very miserable. She wants to be center of attention and the first dog to be called for pets. Living with 6 other dogs, she's not getting enough of that. Bree is current on all vaccines, spayed and microchip. I have a ton of pictures of her growing up and if you want to see more of her in action, I can email them to her. There will strict adoption requirements, such as vet reference and home inspection. Adoption fee is firm. This absolutely breaks my heart, but I need to do right by her.


Lucy is a beautiful classic liver/ticked and patched 6=8 year old spayed female. She was initially surrendered to a shelter because her family (who was military) moved overseas and didn't take her along. Since then she has been adopted out of the same shelter three more times unsuccessfully. She is a great dog!! Does fine with dogs, is crate trained, comes every time you call her, is happy and bouncy and loves to run! She does not like loud noises. Is housetrained. ADOPTION FEE: $300


Toots is an approximately two-year old female. She is petite. Toots shows great interest in birds. She gets along fine with other dogs, is crate trained, walks fine on leash. She comes to us from Grand Junction where she was picked up as a stray. Probably no cats and no small dogs due to her high prey drive. High energy. ADOPTION FEE: $300


Princess is an approximately five-year old classic liver ticked and patched spayed female. She comes to us as an owner surrender from Salina, KS. She is housetrained, crate trained, walks wonderful on leash, and knows some basic commands. No cats!! She is fine around other dogs, but because she lived solely with an older gentleman, tends to need her space - not wanting to be crowded. Nice, nice dog. Really in tune with people. Willing to please. ADOPTION FEE: $300


Missy is a five-year old English Pointer. Missy has been professionally trained to hunt and has been hunter over alot. She is a sweet girl and is accustomed to living the good life inside a home. Her previous owner was tragically killed in an automobile accident. Missy is an alpha female and she will act out on it. This is a girl that needs her space, so she must go to a home where she is the only dog. She is a man's dog and listens well to men; not so much ladies. Missy is great around children and does well inside the home. She is crate trained and can walk nicely on leash, but is always on the look for something to seek out. ADOPTION FEE: $400


Ryder is a seasoned gentlemen of nine years of age. He was surrendered to our rescue due to divorce. He lived in a home with two young girls who he kept a watchful eye on all the time. He still sleeps every night on the pink blanket his girls gave him when they dropped him off. He is a tall, leggy boy who seems to get along fine with other dogs. He hasn't had much exposure to other dogs in his life, and in coming into rescue has jumped right in with the group and doing the best he knows how. He hasn't engaged in play yet - is kinda a serious guy. Ryder is crate trained, walks nice on leash knows basic commands. He is housetrained. Probably no cats. ADOPTION FEE: $300

Such a sweet girl!

Jenn Needs Help


Jenn needs to be spayed. Not only is she an older girl and needs pre-anesthetic bloodwork to check for liver and kidney function, but she also needs some, if not all, of her mammary glands removed. She has hard lumps in some of her mammary glands and we are very worried that she may have breast cancer. The major cost of this procedure is not just the actual surgery, but the cost to have each gland tested in a laboratory for any signs of cancer. Another huge cost of this procedure is the chest x-rays before the surgery. The x-ray is going to see if there is any metastasis that has affected the lungs if these tumors happen to be cancerous. A needle aspirate was already preformed. This is where the Veterinarian inserts a small needle into one of the tumors and extracts out cells. It came back inconclusive. Jenn has been a breeding dog for an unknown amount of time. She is sweet and adores people. She gets along great with all dogs. She deserves help! As many of you know, our rescue runs off of donations and adoption fees. The amount that we need to help Jenn ranges from $1500 at the low end and $2000 on the high end. This depends on how many mammary glands need to be removed. The reason for the difference is based on what the Veterinarian feels needs to be sent off for histopathology to determine if Jenn has breast cancer. I would be willing to contact and get estimates from the low cost, rescue friendly veterinary clinics in Denver if someone is willing to do a medical foster after the surgery and help her heal. This is going to be a major surgery and she is an old girl. She needs a soft bed with peace and quiet, not a kennel with other dogs barking. Even keeping her in my home would be stressful for her with the younger dogs bouncing around. If you have any questions or concerns, or are willing to foster Jenn, please contact me right away!


Greta is a goofy 5 year old female that came to us from Grand Junction. Greta is just a happy-go-lucky gal who is looking for her new fur-ever home. Greta is particular with other dogs and enjoys the company of people. She can be a bit skiddish at times, but quickly gets over it and warms up quickly. Greta is up to date on vaccines and spayed. NO CATS!! Adoption fee: $300



Suess is an approximately 6-8 year old male GSP. Suess is an owner surrender and came to us from Hutchinson, KS. This big boy LOVES people - all people! He can't get enough of people time and prefers that over the companionship of another dog. Suess likes to play fetch and will do so as long as you keep tossing him the ball to fetch. He came to us from the shelter with a supply of tennis balls. He is crate trained and probably housetrained. Suess walks on leash pretty well and seems to be a nice dog in all he does. He has scarring on/around his head. No idea what happened. Fully vetted and ready to find a new home. So come on down and meet Suess today! ADOPTION FEE: $300


Duke is an amazing, wonderful and great guy! He is about 3 years old and so far is pretty perfect. Duke gets along with all other dogs and people. Duke came in as a stray from Kansas. He is neutered and up to date on vaccines. Duke would make a great companion for anyone who is looking for a great addition to their family! Adoption fee: $300


Olive is a bold and brassy 6 year old female GSP. Olive came from the Colorado-Kansas boarder as an owner surrender with her daughter Charlie and son. Olive does suffer from anxiety (at least with us) and is in need of a new home right away! Olive would be a great running companion or for someone who is very active. Olive has high energy and needs to burn some off! Olive is current on vaccinatons but still needs to be spayed. Olive does need to go to a home with an experienced GSP handler, and as an only dog. Olive isn't very fond of new guests in her home.