Emma Towns’ passion for German Short Haired Pointers started in the 1990s when her partner Graham wanted a working gun dog. Unbeknown to Graham, Emma had done her homework and Jazaraz Jasmin, their first German Short Haired Pointer, was soon to join the family. This was the start of Emma Towns’ career as a German Short Haired Pointer breeder, and the Indijazz line.
Emma Towns shows her German Short Haired Pointers at all the major UK dog shows including Crufts, and her dogs have gained many reserve tickets over the years. Emma’s original GSP Jazaraz Jasmin, was the proud mother of the first Indijazz JW (Junior Warrant) winner, Indijazz Azara.
A former equine nurse, Emma Towns is now a highly experienced GSP breeder and also runs her own dog grooming company from her home near Banbury, Oxfordshire.
If you are considering having a German Short Haired Pointer puppy, contact Emma Towns now on 01295 810300. Alternatively, you can send your GSP puppy enquiry by email.
At present, there are 3 Indijazz GSP breeding bitches. The prospective sires are carefully researched and selected to produce the best possible puppies. Attention is paid to the sire’s pedigree and temperament, and he must be a good example of the breed. All the adult dams and sires used in breeding have been hip scored.
Emma Towns practices ‘line breeding’. This shouldn’t be confused with ‘in-breeding’, which can result in obvious anomalies in the pups. In-breeding for example, happens where brothers and sisters, or parents and children are mated.
Line breeding uses dogs with common ancestors e.g. great-grandsire perhaps, or mating with a more distant relative, e.g. uncle to niece. Line breeding means the Indijazz GSP puppies are more likely to be of a consistent quality, are a good example of the breed, and less likely to have health problems.
If you are interesting in becoming the proud owner of an Indijazz German Short Haired pointer puppy, contact Emma Towns on 01295 810300 or send your enquiry by email here.
Emma has a new website dedicated to her Bracco Italianos. The breed name for the Braccos is BraccOrion (pronounced ‘Bracc’ and ‘Orion’, as in the star). Follow this link to go to the Bracco Italiano website.