Check out Guinness on vacation, looks like he found a giant doggy water bowl!
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!
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
We were fortunate to have several great photos to post on their birthday weekend. We have Oona(lime collar), Cali(pink collar), Bubba(red collar), Murphy(black collar), Jubilee(blue collar), and King(green collar). All report being happy, smart, and spoiled!
Raina and Harper were born 10-30-2009. We are happy to get updates and see how well they are doing. Raina has a loving family that takes her to the lakes and gives her a special birthday ice cream cone on her birthday too! Harper is also doing well and still enjoys hunting pheasant with her owner. She is pictured on the left with her hunting companions, Sadie & Bubba.