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Looking to Stub My Silver Lab out #4119559 03/13/13 08:57 PM
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This is Gunner. Great gun dog. Has hunted hard for 2 years on ducks, dove, geese, chuckar, and pheasant.

What should I charge to stud him out to someone. I have someone asking me to borrow him.

He is fully registerd and a great gun dog.




Re: Looking to Stub My Silver Lab out [Re: DuckKiller2010] #4119647 03/13/13 09:47 PM
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My buddy has studded his male several times and he usually negotiates pick of the litter or price of 1.5 pups as a stud fee.


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This is my sisters silver a few monts ago. breeder told her if she was to breed him that 1000 is stud fee on a silver. Idk if that's reasonable but that's what they said.

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pic of litter or what they sell one pup for....Had EIC tested, hips,eyes,elbows tested.....?I have a college friend that studs his male and splits it 50/50...he is also responsible for any of the Bitches vet bills as a result of pregnancy 50/50..Un orthodox but he has never been burned and done it with people he trusts...

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Re: Looking to Stub My Silver Lab out [Re: easton1025] #4119766 03/13/13 10:40 PM
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First you have to get all his genetic clearances done. Hips, elbows, eyes and EIC at the very minimum. If everything comes back good on the tests,,, I would say $500.

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I would not breed a female pointer to any dog without some numbers. I'd go for a national champion. You couldn't pay me. It might be different with labs.


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Originally Posted By: bill oxner
I would not breed a female pointer to any dog without some numbers. I'd go for a national champion. You couldn't pay me. It might be different with labs.


I agree,,, but it all depends on the market you're catering too.

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Re: Looking to Stub My Silver Lab out [Re: Angie B] #4120042 03/14/13 01:03 AM
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You lost me at "Looking to STUB my SILVER lab out".

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Originally Posted By: ShotGunWillie
You lost me at "Looking to STUB my SILVER lab out".


I feel stupid for not catching that.

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Oops! No spell check on my posts I guess.

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I would say with no stated clearances, no titles (any hunting title or show title would add value), and no known prior pups to use as examples of what he is capable of producing, the ONLY thing adding value will be the silver color. If it were me I would be begging for a pup at best, seeing as it is a stud and the market is full of people with non titled and non clearanced studs $200-$300 seems above fair for cash value. Do yourself a favor if you would really like to stud him out and get clearances. And if he's good enough take him for some Hunt Tests. If you are not looking to "businessize" it, then stud him out for a pup... it's your best option.

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Originally Posted By: Bigjoe8504
I would say with no stated clearances, no titles (any hunting title or show title would add value), and no known prior pups to use as examples of what he is capable of producing, the ONLY thing adding value will be the silver color. If it were me I would be begging for a pup at best, seeing as it is a stud and the market is full of people with non titled and non clearanced studs $200-$300 seems above fair for cash value. Do yourself a favor if you would really like to stud him out and get clearances. And if he's good enough take him for some Hunt Tests. If you are not looking to "businessize" it, then stud him out for a pup... it's your best option.


Well said!!! Kudo's

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Re: Looking to Stub My Silver Lab out [Re: Angie B] #4122715 03/15/13 01:13 PM
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The owner of the female is taking a hit on the price of the pups, if the stud is not very well know.


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I could care less about getting another dog right now. Don't need two hunting dogs at the same time. And they asked me to use him, not me trying to find a new line of business.

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Then in my opinion take whatever they will offer. As I stated above $200-$300 for an unknown stud is above reasonable. If this were a black, yellow, chocolate male it would be closer to $100-150. That being said, I didn't mean to step on any toes, my intention was to try to get you top dollar for what you have. If you were to take a pup and sell it you might could pull $300-400 or more if you just sell it to whoever as a pet. Silver labs can sell for $1000 to people that have no clue about health issues related to labs but think they are cute. Its not right in my opinion to sell a pup for that price with no health guarantee but that is your business not mine.

In short, I would say tell them $300 and bargain down to whatever they will go.

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Then ask what your time is worth and no more.

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