Apollo lives in Minnesota. He is a Rose and Bo son from our litter last year, and my gosh, what a good looking boy huh?! He gets to go to work (and pretty much everywhere) with his master John. John reports that Apollo thinks HE owns the place!
II had the pleasure of visiting with a couple of dogs from our breeding program the other day. Sadie is a Mikko daughter and looks SO much like her momma, such a beautiful girl! And Bubba was named after our very own Bubba, even thouhg he is not his dad. This Bubba is a Willie and Rosie boy. What a great looking pair they are!!
White Labradors are known to be excellent hunting dogs. They have endless energy, are eager to please their owner, easy to train, loyal and intelligent, and have that natural desire to retrieve things. White labs can be taught to hunt birds, ducks, geese, fish and other prey. What sets a good hunting puppy apart from a household pet is simple — training.
If you are planning to adopt a puppy as a hunting companion, you want to begin training early. In addition to house training, it is important to train hunting puppies to learn basic commands like “sit”, “stay”, and “come” early so that they have a strong basic foundation once they get old enough to learn more complicated commands. Short, daily training sessions are generally most effective for young dogs, beginning at about eight weeks old
Guinness looks great in the snow! Such a handsome white Labrador boy, his parents are Pearl and Joe. We are so happy to get updates on him regularly. He was the biggest boy in his litter, and we LOVE our big boy Labs!
Guinness is a beautiful big boy, son of our Pearl. He is a perfect example of the blocky head and muscular build that we breed in our boys. His temperament is sweet and calm, and he’s a star while bird hunting with his master, Kurt!
Sadie is a beautiful girl. She is a Mikko daughter born in March of 2014. Heather and Craig added her to their family when Bella (a Sara daughter) was 5 years old. Sadly, Sadie lost her best friend Bella a few months ago. Bella was a wonderful girl, the perfect pet and companion to both Sadie and her family. She was greatly loved and appreciated for 12 years, and now she’s in heaven with her mom Sara. Sadie will be getting a puppy companion from our next litter and then she’ll be able to teach and train the new little one the way Bella taught her when she arrived home.