|September 21, 2017
Hi Garry & Jill,
Just wanted to let you know how much our family is enjoying Reagan. She is a terrific dog--so smart and easy
to train, plus very loving. We get many compliments on what a great looking dog she is. We just love her!!
She started obedience this week and is the star of the class already.
Just wanted to give you 2 an update!
Molly & John
|July 20, 2017
Hi Garry & Jill,
Gary and Jill, we wanted to write to thank you, once again, for all the work and effort you put into training our
two year old German Wirehaired Pointer, Eva. It was AMAZING to watch her work with you and hold point
beautifully on birds. You certainly have a way of getting the maximum performance from whatever breed you
are working with. We are continuing to work with Eva, as per your directions, and I know she will perform this
next hunting season. Thank you so much!!
Linda and Steve Quinn
|July 25, 2017
Hi Garry & Jill,
World class breeder and kennel! Gary is the best in the business! We picked up Margaret Thatcher (Maggie)
yesterday - great pup (English Setter). Our first birddog (Abby) was from Gary and she has consistently been
the best dog in our club. Abby is 10 years old now and still a great hunter! Thanks Gary!
|March 7 2016
Hi Garry & Jill,
Just wanted to send you guys a short note and tell you how enjoyable it was to watch you and your String of
outstanding dogs compete in the 2016 NBHA National Open Championship. You can tell by the work you and
your dogs did there are many hours spent with each dog in your string. I hope to see you guys very soon.
|Hi Garry and Jill,
I wanted write this review and thank you both so much for the training and care that you put into Kallie. Kallie
is a British Lab that I bought from Garry and Jill back in Nov of 2015. Although Garry is known for his
Shorthairs, Setters and Pointers, I was looking for a family pet and strong hunter combination because I have
a 6 week old baby and a 5 year old. I did my homework for the last 2 years and constantly saw Garry/Indian
Creeks name while researching reviews on Google. I decided to drag the family up north 3 hours to check his
new British Lab puppies in Nov, and bought one on the spot. After a half hour of talking to Garry and Jill and
seeing his immaculate kennels, and dog’s behaviors, I knew I was buying the best Lab that I could buy. Fast
forward 8 months, and Kallie was ready to be put in Indian Creeks Puppy Hunting class for 1 month. I had
high expectations after all of the previous reviews, and let me tell you I could not have been more pleased
with what I saw when I went to pick her up the other day! Granted she is a flushing breed, but let me tell you
that I could not pick her up till 1:30 in the afternoon on a 95 degree day, and this dog went out of the kennel
and into the field like a possessed hunter. She was driving so hard and fast, and immediately found the Quail
we stocked shortly prior. What a sight to be seen, I have hunted Wildlife management Zones in South Jersey
my whole life and have seen my fair share of dogs working the fields, and I have never seen mature 4-5 year
old pointers ,GSPs, or Setters, let alone a lab, work as hard and fast as she did at 8 months old after only 1
month of training with Garry and Jill. I can only imagine how much better Kallie will become with more
continued maintenance work and bird hunting in the coming months. I might even send her back to Garry for
a 2 week course in November just to help ensure that Kallie continues to the next level that she is clearly
capable of excelling at.
Bottom Line if you want a Top Notch Hunting Dog that has the best Breeding program in the country, then call
Garry and Jill. They will take excellent care of you and your future family/hunting companion. FYI, Garry
spent countless phone calls, day and late at night fielding any questions or concerns prior to my purchase.
At no point did he try and make a pitch other than to please come up to his farm and he would show me his
dogs work when I had the time.
And I Highly Recommend sending your Dog for the 1 month training no matter how confident you think you
are at training your own dog. It's worth every $$. You get what you pay for in life, and if you want 10 plus
years of excellent hunting, then spend the money if you can, and let the Top Handler in the Country for the
past 5 years Train your Dog. You will not question the decision once you see your dog in action.
And for the Perfect Family Friendly all around Dog, check out his LABS!
THANK YOU GARRY AND JILL!!!!
Mike Carullo, Family, and Kallie Carullo
|I wanted to write you this review for your services and your amazing dog line.
My name is George Milne and I'm a 55yo hunter from NJ. I have been hunting since I was 10. Bird hunting
since 12. I used to train for years with Ed Monte, of Demerast NJ, who is no longer with us. Ed was a TOP
AKC Judge and Trainer.I have owned 9 GSP Dogs and hunted most of them. I trained one with Ed myself,
learning much along the way.When it was time for a new GSP, I purchased one on impulse from a very nice
couple in PA.I should have done my homework better.I took that GSP, Moe, to Garry for training. 2 weeks in,
after a lot of work on Garry's part, he had to call and tell me, “this dog wont hunt!”I was heart broken. Moe
remains a family pet.I spent some time talking with my wife and a lot of research on Garry's lines and decided
to purchase a male from one of Garry's upcoming litters. Boy am I glad I did! Garry has THE BEST German
Shorthairs IN THE COUNTRY! Bandit, is out of Indian Creek Smoke Screen and Indian Creek Bocephus.
I have NEVER experienced a better breeding in my life! Bandit IS ONE OF THE BEST, IF NOT THE BEST,
1YO gsp DOGS I HAVE EVER SEEN! Bandit has the intensity of a 3-4yo finished dog. Bandit will hold a
ROCK SOLID POINT for an hour if you left him stand! Bandit has the softest mouth I have ever seen in a
young gun dog. In 1 month of training with Garry, Bandit is Holding Point thru the shot, retrieving to hand with
intensity like no dog I have ever seen at 1 year old! Garry's training is second to NONE.
He trains with Praise and Love, and it shows in the dogs he puts out. Garry is the TOP HANDLER IN THE
COUNTRY the last 5 years in a row! Look him up on Google or check out Purina Pro for more info on him. He
is THEIR TOP HANDLER! In my mind, the TOP TRAINER TOO. I could go on and on, but I will say this. If you
are looking for a dog, whether it be an English Setter, English Pointer or German Shorthaired Pointer, DO
NOT HESITATE to contact Garry Malzone at Indian Creek Kennels. He has THE BEST LINES of all three...
I am SO confident in my recommendation, that you can contact me directly if you would like to discuss Garrys
dogs and training methods in more detail. I would not hesitate to get another dog from Garry in the Future.
Thanks very much to Garry and Jill for their expertise and caring.
|Submitted by: Matthew Sciacca September 26th, 2014
Just wanna say that I couldn't be more happy with the 10 month old English pointer I got from you. I never
seen a puppy so driven for birds ever in my life. The one month training program Gary did turned my pup into
a bird machine. It's beyond amazing what my dog can do after the training with Gary he is very dedicated on
what he does and he has a lot of experience. The day I picked up the dog Gary spent 3 hrs of his own time
on a Sunday showing me what he did in the month for training. Thank u very much and we will be on the
preserve working one on one with her this weekend.
|Submitted by: Ed Busch September 2, 2014
Words cannot express how impressed I was when I met you and your dogs. You see, I recently lost my 2 and
a half year old German Shorthaired Pointer due to severe seizures. She was not only my hunting partner, she
was my best friend. Losing her killed me. My daughter saw how depressed I was and my wife told her that I
needed to fill a void in my life. So, my daughter researched your website Indian Creek Gun Dogs and sent me
the link. At first I was hesitant to look at it but then I just did it, I looked. I was very impressed with what I saw
and read so I decided to give you a call. You were very down to earth on the phone. You asked me if I'd like
to come to your preserve and see how you and your dogs worked. When I arrived the day after I spoke with
you I was again very impressed by what I saw. Your kennels were well maintained, your dogs and those that
you train for their owners, the mothers and their puppies were all beautiful and well mannered. The way they
listened to you was just amazing. You told me that before I made any decision you would take me and a few of
your 6-7 month old pups-in-training up into the field and show me how they worked. Your dogs were so
steady to wing and shot. You said to me It's all in the bloodline, I just fine tune them! After seeing how well the
pups worked I could not wait to put my deposit on a female pup from your German Shorthaired Pointer litter.
As I sit here and anxiously await the day that I am able to come and get my new hunting partner and friend, I
have to let you know that I saw in you that you are 100% devoted to what you do and to your dogs. You are a
very talented trainer and an A-1 breeder. I would not hesitate to recommend you to anyone who was looking
for an excellent trainer and a top gun dog breeder.
Ed Busch-New Jersey
P.S. I thank my daughter for finding your website.........it's makes me feel really good knowing that my new
friend is from an A-1 Top Notch Breeder and Trainer!!!
|Submitted by: Joe,Anthony and Family January 5, 2014
Garry: After 30+years of owning and hunting with pointing breed dogs primarily G.S.P breed and after the so
suddenly expected loss of my G.S.P. due to failing renal problems, my family and myself decided to add
another pointer into our home and life. While in pursuit of another pointer I had the opportunity to speak to
you and I scheduled an appointment to see the just born litter of pups that you had available around
Thanksgiving 2013.At this time I would like to Thank You and Jill for the day long experience that myself and
my son Anthony( an upland hunter of almost 20 years) had at your preserve, when we witnessed field working
dogs that honored point at 20 plus yards, seeing dogs so steady to wing and shot and watching the dogs not
even flinching or moving when they were struck by quail we flushed up in front of them while on point, can
only say if we had not witnessed the event I would have never known such discipline existed. Very impressed,
We are getting anxious to receive our new pup from you soon and yes it will be back to you for summer
training as well.
Thanks In Pursuit, Sport and Tradition Joe,Anthony and Family Monroe N.Y.
|Submitted by: Todd Kole on Jan 04, 2012
Yesterday was Lily's first pheasant hunt outside of her training at Indian Creek Kennels so I thought I'd drop
you a note to let you know how impressed I was. As you know, Lily isn't even 9 months old so I wasn't sure
what to expect. I couldn't have been more impressed! I left her in the car at first and started the hunt with my
2.5 year old Pointer from Indian Creek, Bella. Bella pointed 5 pheasants, we shot 4 and she retrieved all 4. I
put Bella back in the car, and gave it a try with Lily. Right from the beginning, I was amazed how fast she was
and how intent she was in looking for birds. She is still so young and playful, I didn't know how seriously she'd
hunt when out in the field but it was as if someone flipped the hunting switch on. She hunted like she had a
few years of experience under her belt. Her speed was amazing, she held her head high and she tore
through the heavy cover. I didn't even need to use the e-collar as she stayed within range at all times and she
listened when I called her. After about 5 minutes, she put the brakes on and locked on point for her first
pheasant. She didn't creep at all, she held for well over a minute as I flushed the hen. We made a good shot
and the bird tumbled to the ground. I was so excited to watch Lily tackle the pheasant and pick up the entire
bird in her mouth. She brought it right to me and dropped it at my feet - a natural retriever!! Lily proceeded to
point another 5 birds over the next 30 minutes. Her tail was poker straight on each one and, again, not once
did she break point. She held point each time and she retrieved every bird we shot! I was impressed when I
bought my first dog, Bella, from you but I have to say I'm even more impressed with this one. I couldn't be
happier to have 2 beautiful English Pointers. There isn't another dog I have come across with a better nose,
better drive, or better pointing/retrieving skills than Bella/Lily. I would hunt my 9 month old puppy ahead of
any seasoned, non-Indian Creek dog out there. What makes things absolutely perfect is the dogs couldn't
make better pets. They are not one bit hyper; they love living indoors and all three of my kids adore them.
Thank you for raising such awesome dogs.
|Submitted by: Mike Carbonaro on Jan 04, 2012
Congrats on your wins over the weekend! I just wanted to touch base with you and give you an update on
Quinn....she has been absolutely fantastic so far, from the minute she came home she adjusted very well and
has been a couch potato at home, sleeping on the couch during the day and in the bed next to my wife all
night. She is extremely calm, docile, and doesn't jump, bark, etc. She is exactly what I was looking for, she is
a sweetheart and by far the calmest dog in the house I have ever seen. I talked to a friend of mine who
belongs to a club in Blairstown and they stock pheasants every week, so I think I am going to head over to
the club this week.
|Submitted by: Thor on Dec 16, 2011
When I walked into Garry's kennel it was very clean and the first thing I noticed was that all of his pointers
were calm. I'd been to other kennels where the dogs were barking, jumping around and acting like nervous
wrecks, this was not the case with Garry's dogs.
Garry spent a few hours working different finished dogs and young dogs for me. I was more than impressed,
everything he told me over the phone he backed up in the field with his string of dogs.
I bought a pup out of Indian Creek Whitesnake. At 3 months I put him on some liberated quail. The very first
bird he got scent of he locked up into a solid point with a 12 O'Clock tail. He has tremendous drive in the field
but as soon as he comes in the house he has an "off" switch and is very calm. I couldn't be happier with my