Looking for Black Female Lab

HuntnTeach

New member
Hey there,

Looking for a female AKC registered English black lab with parents with “good” rated hips, eyes, and elbows if not excellent.

And though I appreciate pointers, I’d like a true flushing lab.

I’m in the market now, but if I need to wait a few weeks for the “right” dog.

Thanks for any help you can provide.
 
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Citori16

Member
Hey there,

I’m trying to find a female AKC registered English black lab with certified hips, eyes, and elbows. Though I appreciate pointers, I’d like a true flushing lab.

I’m in the market now, but if I need to wait a few weeks for the “right” dog.

Thanks for any help you can provide.
Check out some of online sites; Gun dog central. Gun dogs on line or google black labs for sale where you can find plenty of reputable breeders
Assume you want a started dog since hips,eyes, elbows are certified after 24 months
Should be plenty of litters out there with parents that gave those clearances
 

HuntnTeach

New member
Check out some of online sites; Gun dog central. Gun dogs on line or google black labs for sale where you can find plenty of reputable breeders
Assume you want a started dog since hips,eyes, elbows are certified after 24 months
Should be plenty of litters out there with parents that gave those clearances
I misspoke about certification; thanks.
 

GetTothePoint

Active member
I'm not much of a lab guy but have family that have had 3 dogs from Suak River up north( somewhat your area) and they all did everything you could ask of a lab, and did it very well. They were/are all hunted hard their whole lives and their hips seemed to hold up.
 

AKSkeeter

Member
No offense but zero to two weeks seems rushed and unrealistic
The last lab puppy I got took three years.
Living in Alaska, I wanted a spring pup, black female like my other labs.
Found a good litter, put my deposit down, number 2 on the list...only one female.
Next spring, 2 breedings, put my deposit down, number 1 on the list with the breeder...all male pups!
Third spring, finally got a pup down in the Anchorage area (700 mile round trip to drive down and get pup).

Besides eyes, hips, EIC in the pedigree is important to look at.
 

HuntnTeach

New member
Yeah, I lucked out and found one quickly with great health checks for her and her parents. I’m very excited for our future hunting endeavors.
 
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