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Jack 22

Gender: Male

Sire: Elite "Ranger" Mallard Ranger at Carlvalley


Birth Date: July 6, 2020

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Trump is a British/Irish Labrador Retriever. Trump is a yellow lab, but he is so light in color he almost looks white. Trump will be sold as a finished dog later this year in 2022. He has all the right tools to make a great finished dog, and we are in the process of fine tuning those good traits. He will turn two years old in July of 2022. He weighs about 65 pounds and is microchipped and comes with full AKC registration. He currently is collar conditioned, force fetched, steady with gunfire, worked with decoys, frozen birds and is running double marks and going on the word back. He has great drive but is also very patient. We are super excited for him.

Right now we are working on our casting work with our right and left backs and we will soon move to left and right overs.  We are also going to continue our whistle work and lengthen our marks and blinds! (1/27/22)

Some of the videos you see of Trump will be from last fall or summer, some more recent ones will start being uploaded as we get the work in.

Your dog will be registered with the AKC. Visit for more info.
The Kennel Club. UK organization equal to our AKC.
The Irish Kennel Club. Irish organization equal to our AKC.
We use AKC reunite microchips. Visit http://www.akcreunite.orgfor more info.
For general Labrador information, visit here.
“British/Irish” versus “American” Labrador reading.
The International GunDog League Society. Very interesting organization  that hosts the IGL Championship.
Simple explanation of coat colors in labs. Fox Red as a variant of Yellow.
More in-depth reading about labrador coat colors.
Yet further reading about Labrador coat color genetics.
To read about EIC, exercise induced collapse, visit here.
To read about CNM, centronuclear myopathy, visit here.
To read about PRA, progressive retinal atrophy, visit here.
What are some common OTC (over-the-counter) medicines I can give my dog? Visit here for info, but ALWAYS consult your veterinarian first!

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