Genio: I have two female puppies that might suit your needs. The first (Cap)is about 18 months old. She went to Montana last summer. White and orange, about 35 pounds. Lots of point in her. Nice style, fast and birdy. A hard hunting little b###h that runs medium, but doesn't run off. She is out of my field trial b###h, Lynn's Sweetie Pie, likely the best dog I ever had, bred back to her own sire, Rhythums Sunup (Don). Don is by Lemon Sunrise, out of Bobby Kirks kennel in North Carolina, out of a Ch. Cypress Creek Rock b###h. He is a good bird dog, and has a lick of run to him. This little b###h is a very nice little dog, but might have a bit more run to her than your client wants. She is $250. I have another little dog that might be more to his liking. I call her Tiny - she was a runt, but has caught up and is full size now. She is about 10 months old. Has some leg under her and could go 38-40 pounds mature. Her dam is by Ch. Barker's Blue Jet (he by Hamilton's Blue Diamond) out of a Ch. See Johnny Run b###h. Her sire is one of my older puppies, I call him Remus. A very nice dog, weighs almost 60 pounds, level headed and friendly. His sire is Don, above. There are three females in this litter, but I believe Tiny would suit you the best. One of the others is also a nice little dog, field trial potential, but she has an umbilical hernia, which limits her breeding potential. If that is not a problem to you, she would work for you as well. Both these little females are pointing and handling nicely in the field. Tiny is white and orange with some small body patches, Tiger is almost all white with some orange on her head. They are stylish enough running and on point to be classy gun dogs, or amateur trial dogs. They don't run wide, so would likely work for a gun dog in cover. Weigh about 30-35 pounds. THey are both smart and easy handling, with nice dispositions. I have not worked them on a barrel or anything like that, just come when called and handle nicely in the field. $150 each for these, plus shipping. Sorry I don't have pics, but I have been running these puppies almost every day on the farm and they are hunting and flash pointing grass birds. We had a bad bird year in Kansas last year, and I couldn't buy any pen raised birds to work them on. If any of these sound like they would work for you, I can try and get some pics, but I have been lazy and haven't been carrying my camera in the field. I can try and get some coturnix to get some pics on point if needed, which I should do anyway. I need to start working these little dogs on birds. They are nice little dogs. Sweetie Pie is out of this bloodline and I placed her down in Texas this spring - she is a good one. Good luck regardless.