You have simply over reached. No where did you say anything about the best GSPs and best pointers and setters.Grouse Dog Guy wrote:Greg Jennings wrote:It takes a pretty good ego, or a dedicated troll, to post this just a few posts after one by a 2 time NGSPA national champion.Grouse Dog Guy wrote:I've never seen one that was as good as a middle of the road setter or pointer.
Maybe It's your breed blindness that causes you to attack me for having and opinion based on facts. I would think that over a hundred years of cover dog trials and never one cover dog championship won by a GSP would be enough proof.
Our cover dog trials are open to all breeds, how many setters and pointers ran in the NGSPA National Championship?
Your claim is one of the two below:
1. That you've seen enough
A. GSPs to know what the best GSPs are capable of
B. Enough pointers and setters to know what the average of each is capable of
And A is less birddog than B.
2. You haven't seen enough of one of the three breeds, in which case you're just talking out of your anal sphincter.
So, I'm assuming that your claim is number 1. That the best GSP is less bird dog than the average pointer or setter. Since there is an "or" there, you are claiming that the best GSP is less bird dog than the lesser bird dog of the two.
That's a pretty big statement.