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Old 11-15-2012, 05:48 PM
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This post is so foolish that its not worth a comment!!! Wiredog
Lol !!! Ole' Buddy can still make em' mumble .

Thank you Buddy for showing me that dogs are smarter than most people .
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Old 11-16-2012, 11:49 AM
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I had the priviledge of hunting behind a 5 year old pointing lab last weekend just hitting his peak.
Unbelievable. I got to walk up two of his points. I could see the bird on one of them. Nailed em both.
Oh and he retrieved perfectly. I have a pointing breed but I think I like labs better. I've yet to see another breed that can muscle through thick cover as good as a lab without getting scraped up or full of burrs.
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Old 11-16-2012, 02:25 PM
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ill breed a pointer to a springer so i can have a flushing pointer
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Old 11-18-2012, 10:29 PM
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First off, where are you located? That will make a difference in your choices of breeders. I know I love and prefer labs over any other breed.. My buddy and I got chocolate labs from the same litter from Lone Willow Kennel in Burbank, SD 8 years ago. . . Best dogs we have ever had. Their father was a registered master hunter and the mother registered master field trial. And both point instinctively and we never taught them to do that.
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Old 11-21-2012, 08:09 AM
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I live very close to Lone Willow, they are definitely worth a call. Great bloodlines, but I am unsure as to their selection of pointing labs. My old pointing Lab used to be kenneled at lone willow when I was going to be out of town and I can safely say I give two thumbs up!


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First off, where are you located? That will make a difference in your choices of breeders. I know I love and prefer labs over any other breed.. My buddy and I got chocolate labs from the same litter from Lone Willow Kennel in Burbank, SD 8 years ago. . . Best dogs we have ever had. Their father was a registered master hunter and the mother registered master field trial. And both point instinctively and we never taught them to do that.
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I live very close to Lone Willow, they are definitely worth a call. Great bloodlines, but I am unsure as to their selection of pointing labs. My old pointing Lab used to be kenneled at lone willow when I was going to be out of town and I can safely say I give two thumbs up!
Agreed. . . I will admit I haven't worked on my dog as much as I should have been. . But my buddy worked on my dog's brother just about everyday since he works nights and has the free time when he gets off in the morning and no doubt, his lab is the best I have ever seen, even when he was only 2 years old. They were not cheap with how good their bloodlines are but was worth it.
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Old 11-25-2012, 05:13 PM
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First time time out by himself, he worked great. Not bad for a 2 yr. old. Eight birds in less than two hours. Ole' Buddy would be proud
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You guys and your labs. Funny thing is a lot of guys that have them don't even take them duck hunting. "Your" dog will always be the best dog (until you go see a field trial). But to all the people that love labs, were raised with labs, whatever you do don't think outside the box. The price for these other breeds is liable to go through the roof. I have had three different breeds and I'm not 100% on any of them. There all great dogs but I like to keep my options open.

Hunting behind a good bird dog is a treat in life we don't get to experience enough no matter what breed it is.
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It sure is fun to see them work. Both my lab and dad's weimaraner were rock stars this weekend.
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It sure is fun to see them work. Both my lab and dad's weimaraner were rock stars this weekend.

Diddo , Nice combo Ruger !
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