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ice banger

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well im ready to get a new hunting buddy..i lost my casey last nov bad hips had to put her down..but now its time to move on and get a new pup im looking for a pure breed yellow lab with papers and good hunting parents anyone out there that has a litter or knows of one let me know...ice banger out

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Icebanger,
I've got a 2 1/2 year old yellow lab I'm very happy with. (yellow (almost golden) not buff or white) I got her from a breeder down near Owatonna. She's the smartest dog I've ever had, good on grouse, and a great traveling and ice fishing companion. Also great with my 4 kids and the rest of the neighborhood ! wink.gif
Send me an email if your interested and I'll give you the breeders details.
I don't want to post the info on the forum w/o permission.

Or, if you're considering a chocolate, Bryce on this forum has some real nice looking dogs. Do a search for some of his postings and you should find a link to his website.
From what I've seen he tends to breed his dogs smaller (much like mine) so they're better in the brush and have fewer hip problems.
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How much are you looking to spend?

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ice banger

im looking to spend up to 500$

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Try this site, I think you will be able to find what your looking for and more.
www.working-retriever.com
click on classified ads, then click on labrador retriever. I don't think you will find a better spot to find your next partner!!!
GOOD LUCK AND GOOD HUNTING

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Bryce
www.teamretrieve.com is also a good site. Try On-Line Retrievers in Olgilvie and see when their next litter of yellows is due.

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ice banger

hey thanks for all the info ill give those 2 a try...ice banger out

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The breader in Owatonna just had two new liters if your interested. I work with the guy and thats all he talks about. Great guy with top-notch labs.

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duckbuster

Have you made your purchase yet? If not, would you be looking for a male or female?
Let me know, I mihgt have a contact for you in Wisconny.

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i have not gotten a puppy yet but im still looking for a female thanks for the help...ice banger out

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Hey Icebanger,
If your still looking, my neighbor has some beautiful chocolate pups right now. He's going to sell 3 or 4 of them as started pups, but he's sold a couple already. There nice looking pups from very good lines.
christopher.ehritt@getronics.com

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