CHUMP CHANGE dogs have done well in NAVHDA testing, AKC hunt tests, and HRC/UKC hunting retriever tests.  CHUMP CHANGE continues to set the standard for german wirehaired pointers and water work.  These dogs are versatile!!

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This is HR Chump Change's Nothing To Lose "Jiggs" Jiggs is one of only seven Wirehairs to ever earn the title of Hunting Retriever. He is also a Prize 1 NAVHDA Utility Dog.

This is HRCH Chump Change's Prodigy "Caleb" MH. Caleb is the only dog to ever be both a Hunting Retriever Champion "HRCH" and an AKC Master Hunter "MH". He is one heck of an animal. Caleb is also a 204 Prize 1 NAVHDA Utility Dog.

This is Chump Change's Crooked Halo (a.k.a. Brewer) owned and trained by Mitch
Legault of Winnipeg MB, Canada.  Brewer was tested in natural ability at the central Dakota Chapter of NAVHDA in 2004 and received a 112 points prize 1.  Brewer was only 5.8 months old on test day.  Congratulations to Mitch and Brewer!! Wirehair hunts
Jon Longfellow tested his pup "Chump Changes August Will Tell" at the Minnesota NAVHDA chapter in the spring of 2006. Jon and Gus earned a NA 112 prize 1 for their efforts. Good job guys!!
This is Chump Change's Two The Max, call name Knucklez. Mitch Legault and Knucklez tested at the RRV NAVHDA chapter's spring test in 2009. Knucklez scored a Prize 1 112 in Natural Ability! This is Chump Changes Black Diamond "Repo" My uncle Gary handled Repo to a Prize 2 108 in his NAVHDA Natural Ability test, good job Gary!!
Congratulations to Geno Williams and his Chump Change pup "Esau" who
scored a 96 prize 3 in his natural ability test.  That is a nice looking

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