Chocolate Lab FREE to a good home!

Discussion in 'Hunting Dogs Talk' started by tkishkape, Dec 6, 2008.

  1. tkishkape

    tkishkape New Member

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    I was blessed with a beautiful Chocolate Lab pup this summer. Someone gifted him to me by dumping him at my usual boat ramp. :embarassed:


    He was so thin that I tried to read a bait label through him... Seriously though, this 50 pound pup was covered with ticks and we were afraid he wouldn't survive the dip.


    Now, "Brownie" is estimated to be a year old, 80 pounds and completely healed of his sores. His coat is full and bright. Best of all, He's full of energy and loves to hunt! He retrieves a thrown dummy and has learned "Kennel", "NO", "Down", "Stay" and a few hand signs.


    I have done all I know how to train him and housebreak him. His needs have greatly surpassed my ability. He needs a new home with someone that can work with him and allow him to grow into the great hunting companion that I know he can be.


    Come and meet "Brownie" and see him for yourself. Send me a PM for pictures.


    For an appointment, call my cell 405 919-0341.


    "Brownie" is currently at my home in Gore, Oklahoma just 15 miles below the Lake Tenkiller Dam.
     
  2. tkishkape

    tkishkape New Member

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    Bump!
     

  3. joer

    joer New Member

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    Albert I wish you lived a little closer :sad2:. I am in the market for a hunting lab. My lab is 13 years old and will no longer hunt. Hope you can find brownie a good home.
     
  4. CountryHart

    CountryHart New Member

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    Just posted about him in Rambleings Albert. Would love to have him but there isn't any duck hunting here and the dog deserves to be with a hunter. Smartest breed of dogs i ever seen or had.
     
  5. catfisherman369

    catfisherman369 Floyd

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    you should have came got one of the 13 pups i had over the spring i let them go cheap . I will probably have another litter this spring they are akc registered pups .
     
  6. joer

    joer New Member

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    Keep me in mind this spring if I dont' find one by then.
     
  7. bnewsom71

    bnewsom71 New Member

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    Thanks for taking that dog in like that and gettin' him feeling better Albert! Shows alot about the type person you are! Most would think about it and a lot fewer would actually do it. Reps to ya!
     
  8. tkishkape

    tkishkape New Member

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    awww-shucks... it warnt nuthin. The poor feller were hongry!:embarassed:

     
  9. jlingle

    jlingle New Member

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    Albert, you can put that dog on Craigslist & I'd nearly guarantee you that it'd be gone within a few days. Labs are unbelievably smart. My wife and I got a chocolate lab 4 months after we got married. He was so smart, most folks would swear he understood English. I only wish my kids would mind as well as that dog did.:embarassed:
     
  10. catfish kenny

    catfish kenny New Member

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    I gotta commend ya hungey or not ya did good ....very good and ya get big starz fer sure!
     
  11. river_runner_85

    river_runner_85 New Member

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    I am in the market for a Lab. Just keep me in mind. I got back into duck hunting this year and would really love to have a Lab.