Yellow and Black pointing lab pups born April 9, 2012

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Yellow and Black pointing lab pups born April 9, 2012

  Rock Solid Pointing Labs

  JJ Franken 451 E. 1st St.
          Sioux Center, Iowa - United States



A great litter of 10 pups born April 9, 2012. 2 yellow females, 2 yellow males, 5 black females, and 1 black male. Lotto is an APR (will be GMPR this season) and comes to us by way of High Caliber Labs in South Dakota. High Caliber is a very well renowned kennel throughout the U.S. just south of Sioux Falls in the heart of Pheasant Country. Their reputation speaks for itself producing many titled dogs over the past several years. Lotto is a black stud with all the natural point you could ask for. He has a desire to hunt that is seldom seen, and amazing retrieving ability. He is a 68 pound male with all the looks and a ton of muscle. You won’t find a better looking lab! Lotto’s pedigree includes: GMPR Rik’s Risky Raider MH, 4 x GMPR Kroeger’s Snappin Gator MH, GMPR Wannamaker’s Hot Tub SH, GMPR HPK Shooter’s Baxter Bing JH, GMPR Zig Zag’s Jipsy’s Black Magic MH just to name a few. This pedigree is loaded with some of the most sought after pointing lines in the country. He has hunted extensively on waterfowl and upland, and he lives to hunt and will go strong all day long! Lotto is professional guide dog in South Dakota, and sees more pheasants in one week than most dogs see all year!

Belle is a 50-55 pound female out of Raider and Grits of Black Forest lines. She is a proven producer of natural pointing labs. This will be her final litter and her pups she is pure muscle and it shows out in the field! She has a never quit mentality and hunts strong all day long! Her marking and retrieving ability is second to none, and also quarters very well and covers a lot of ground in a hurry. She was first introduced to birds at a young age, and since then has hunted 3-4 days per week during the hunting season, mainly pheasant, and has developed into a national qualifier for PHU(Pheasant Hunters Unlimited) and also won the Okoboji Bird Dog challenge at only 2 years of age. Belle can compete with some of the finest dogs in the country when it comes to upland game! She competed in last year's PHU National Championship and placed in the top 20 at nationals and in the top 15 in the final standings. She has gone on to qualify again this year for the PHU nationals. She also qualified for the NBDC Nationals (National Bird Dog Challenge as seen on the outdoor channel) this past March and the World BDC Championship that took place early this fall. I did not run her in the BDC events because she was expecting a litter of pups. Belle has competed with dogs that have placed very well at the BDC National and World Championships in PHU competitions and has consistently contended with and/or placed higher than. She gives me the best of both worlds being a solid pointer when the birds hold tight, yet is not afraid to flush a bird on the move. She is extremely intelligent and I pride myself in knowing that she has been trained personally by myself. From the day she came home with me she has lived to please me and retrieve. Whether it is a bird, bumper/dummy, tennis ball, or anything she can get her mouth around, she has never given up on a retrieve even at a very young age. People are amazed at the speed and tenacity she shows in the field, but she is also very calm around my kids and in the house. She knows that when it’s time to come in the house it’s time to settle down. She sleeps with my 15 year old son every night, and she even has her own blanky that she drags around the house and to bed every night. She is truly the perfect dog giving me everything I ask for in the field and knowing when to tone it down around children and in the house! Belle lives to hunt, lives to please, and is what I consider a best friend!