Craney Hill Kennel Planned Lab Breeding
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Craney Hill Kennel is pleased to announce that we have bred Roy to Ruby and are awaiting confirmation that the breeding was successful. These Labrador retriever puppies will be due the last week of January 2008 and ready to go home in late March 2008. We are very excited about this breeding and expect exceptional true flushing labs the way labs were meant to be. We will be keeping two of the puppies ourselves.
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Many of you have had an opportunity to see Roy work. He is an exceptional bird-finder and has shown his bird-finding abilities on wild pheasants, sharptail grouse, California quail, Hungarian partridge and Ruff grouse. He is 58-60 pounds of excitement and is impressive to everyone that has had an opportunity to take a guided hunt over him. He is a very easy-going dog to be around and gets along well with other dogs. He is OFA good and CERF clear.
Ruby is a female that I purchased to get back to the genetics of her mother, which I previously sold. She is very similar to her mom in athleticism and she has a very aggressive and impressive flush. Prior to this year, she was used exclusively as a pick-up dog on a quail plantation. In addition, she lives in the house with a family with children and is an absolute sweetheart. Ruby is also approximately 60 pounds and she is OFA excellent and CERF clear.
We have commitments for most of the puppies (considering a typical litter size) so anyone interested will need to send in a deposit to get on the list for any remaining available puppies. The price is $1,000. and a $500. deposit is required. The puppies will have the dewclaws removed and the eyes will be checked by the ophthalmologist. All puppies come with a written contract/health guarantee.