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fishtrap3

Crossroads Labs

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Anyone own or know someone who owns a dog from them?

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The Owners son lives next door to me. I have seen some very nice labs from him. His son has a Black female. She seems like a really good dog. She is very smart. If you are considering a dog from him I would highly recomend him. grin.gif

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Thanks for the input.. Anyone else have any insight..

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I bought a black male from crossroads about six years ago. Great dog, had him in Nodak at 10 months old retrieving ducks and geeese. Also shot fourteen roosters over him that first year. Since then in the last 5+ years I've shot 100+ roosters over him, he's actually started pointing birds and waiting for commands to flush. Duck hunting is definately his strong suit though. Absolute machine in the water. I've said it numerous times that he works 90% on his own instinct and ability and 10% on my training skills. Sorry about the bragging, but he's my pride and joy. Definately will get my next lab from crossroads.

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Glad to hear it... I just recently bought a yellow male from him and wanted some insight from people who own or know someone who does... Thanks

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fishtrap,

I just noticed your from the lonsdale area. Do you do any duck or goose hunting in that area. I grew up in LeCenter. Haven't done much hunting around that area for quite a while and was just wondering if there were many birds in the area. Thanks.

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