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Yellow Lab Pups

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My female yellow lab had an unwanted meeting with a neighborhood yellow lab. I ended up with 8 little yellow lab pups. My dog has all her papers and is a great hunter and has good bloodlines. I even own her mother who is also a great hunter and both are great family dogs as well. I don’t have any information on the sir of this litter. I have 4 females and 4 males with their first set of shots. They are all going to be vet checked this week. I’m looking to sell the pups for $100.00 each, male or female. I just want to cover the cost of the vet visit and first shots. They were born on May 16 and will be read to be picked up after June 27th. My email address is [email protected] If your not interested maybe you know someone who is. I just want to find good homes for what I think will be great yellow labs. They would be great hunters or family dogs.

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Failin'onPhalen

mnkevin,

I may be interested in one of your pups...do you have any pics of mom in the field? Also could you tell me her size...and maybe speculate on the size of dad??? are you in the twin cities?

failin'

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If you want to email me, I will forward you some pictures of the mom at home and out hunting. She weighs about 65 pounds and the male dog weighs approximately 70 pounds. I live in East Bethel, just east of highway 65. The pups are almost 5 weeks old and display all the markings of yellow labs. They would make great family or hunting dogs. You are welcome to come see them if interested.

Thanks for the interest,
Kevin

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Thanks for the interest in the puppies, but I have found good home for all of them.

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