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MN_Iceman

Looking for a black lab puppy

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Does anyone out there have any recomendations for breeders of a black lab? I am not so much looking for a hunting dog but rather a dog that can be trained to be well mannored and a good family dog. Any information would be great. I have been looking for a while and have a few leads but any information would be great.

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Iceman, I,m in the same boat as you. I just posted something similar the other day. If you dont mind sharing your leads I would appreciate any info. I am also going to check out the Game fair this weekend, should be some good info there. I can be reached at iron_cowboy_69@yahoo.com

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Iceman I see you are in New Hope as I am. If you want to see my British lab you are more than welcome. I can give you my experiences and recommendations for a breeder if you are interested. Drop me an e-mail if you would like.

dbleitch@aol.com

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I have a black lab from a breeder that I think is about the best there is. If you want to e-mail me I can send you a link to their web site.

caseymcq@hotmail.com

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Thanks for the help. I decided on a British Red lab pup and have not regreted it yet. Only 2 days into the puppy scene but she has been doing great. She has not had a mistake yet and is already starting to get a hang of where she needs to go when she has to go potty. Really smart dog. Thanks again for the help

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Congratulations on the new puppy MN_Iceman, enjoy the next few months, they grow up fast.

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