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wplatehunter

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wplatehunter

We are looking at getting a black lab puppy. Does anyone know of a good breeder in the area? We are located in Mankato, MN Thanks

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FCspringer

KT British Labs in Elbow lake.

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caseymcq

Check out Smith Farms Labradors in Grove City. It is a little ways away from you but it would be worth the drive. They run a top-notch operation and have excellent dogs.

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rayguy

Dokkons Oak Ridge kennels in Northfield have pups now. Tell them Addie sent you.

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gr8icefishinmind

Wildslough labradors out of Lecenter!

I just got my pup two weeks ago yesterday and he is an amazing pup so far!

They are great people to work with!!

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Rick

There is one VERY nice and well bred British Black Lab at HSOList.com .

You can find him along with more info and others in the HSO-Classifieds.

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wplatehunter

Thanks for the info.

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MEP

Bally's Gun Dogs down by Austin (Brownsdale). Picked up our black female on the 27th and she is doing great.

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