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Cannon River Kennels

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Does anyone know anything about Cannon River Kennels? They are located down by Northfield, MN. I was down there last weekend to check out the place. I am looking to get a lab this spring (not sure if i am going British or not), and this place seemed to be pretty nice. They guys were honest and gave me some good info. If nothing else, I might bring my dog back there at 6 months and take it throgh their 2 week gun dog training. If anyone has any thoughts about this place, I would appreciate any info.

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Hey WildFan 10.

I have known Jason for years and you will NOT be disappointed. He is honest and very caring and beyond that, a [PoorWordUsage] of a good guy. I quit training a couple of years ago and have sent all of my customer inquiries to either him or Tim Landecker at TKO Kennels near St. Cloud. Hound Heater Guy

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send me an email @ fishnbuddy@comcast.net

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The Kennel name caught my eye. I used to live in the Waterville area right on the Cannon River. Raised and ran Walker coon hounds under the name Cannon River Kennels. Had a number of Hounds UKC registered as Cannon River Casey....Cannon River Kate etc. Of course that is all distant past................but brought back many good memories.

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I took my pup there for their 2 weeks deal about 3 years ago. Jason was very nice and professional. I know that my pup could not get enough of birds after that.

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