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#6881228 - 09/07/17 01:38 PM Chocolate Lab Pups
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Loc: Abilene, TX
I'm just putting some feelers out to see if I have any interest at all. I'll probably be breeding my chocolate female this spring. She should have her HRCH by then and currently holds her HR title which she gained just a few months after turning 1 year old.

She is a wonderful dog. She is first and foremost my hunting dog and family companion to me, my wife and two little girls. She will be 2 years old 11/21 of this year and will at that time have her hips, elbows and eyes tested. She has already had DNA testing done for EIC, CNM and PRA and is clear. She has also been tested for the dilute color gene and is not a carrier.

She gives 100% in the field and training. She learns quick and is a ton of fun to train. She is a very athletic 55-60 pounds. She is a great marker and has a great nose. After obtaining her HRCH we will pursue her MH and Upland titles.

I will be breeding her to one of several studs that I have been researching for some time. They all are at least a GRHRCH or higher titled. The things I looked at when researching studs were overall temperament, titles, size and looks. I wanted to know not only if the stud was talented in tests or trials but what his overall temperament was and if he was also hunted. I believe I have found a few great dogs to choose from.

This will be done right and you will have a lifelong commitment from me to help you in anyway I can if you buy a pup from me. I will of course offer a health guarantee along with 26 months on hips, eyes and elbows.

I'm just wanting to see if there is any interest or if you know anyone who might be looking for a Labrador pup this coming spring.

http://huntinglabpedigree.com/m/pedigree.asp?id=102015


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#6887372 - 09/14/17 01:47 PM Re: Chocolate Lab Pups [Re: BradyBuck]
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#6887449 - 09/14/17 03:06 PM Re: Chocolate Lab Pups [Re: BradyBuck]
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Is yours the Buck x Choco litter?

I think my dogs litter was the last litter of Beau x Choco

Buck and Beau are brothers


Edited by BradyBuck (09/14/17 03:06 PM)

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#6889336 - 09/16/17 04:55 PM Re: Chocolate Lab Pups [Re: BradyBuck]
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#6906249 - 10/02/17 04:08 PM Re: Chocolate Lab Pups [Re: BradyBuck]
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Awesome pedigree, lots of titles. Should be a great litter. Wouldn't mind having a pup..wife might say different, but there is time to convince her.

Good luck with the breeding.

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#6906262 - 10/02/17 04:20 PM Re: Chocolate Lab Pups [Re: TonyWornick]
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Originally Posted By: TonyWornick
Awesome pedigree, lots of titles. Should be a great litter. Wouldn't mind having a pup..wife might say different, but there is time to convince her.

Good luck with the breeding.


Thanks! A lot of research is going imto looking for the right stud.


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Edited by BradyBuck (10/02/17 06:18 PM)

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