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162 M & M Road, Center Ridge, AR 72027 We breed only top quality Brittanys. We offer training for your Brittany and other pointing dogs. We also offer stud service for your Brittany dogs. Read more about R and L Kennels Arkansas Fox Red Labs 676 Tatumville Rd. Alexander, AR 72002 Our dogs are well suited for the weekend hunter and the professional hunter as well as family companions. We also specialize in shipping and hand delivering our dogs to your desired destination. Read more about Arkansas Fox Red Labs BAYOU BEND LABRADORS #96 N Biscoe Farm Rd Biscoe, AR 72017 Our farm is located in east central Arkansas along the famous Cache River. The Cache empties into the White River at Clarendon, Arkansas, which, as the crow flies, is only about ten miles southeast. From the banks of the Cache to the banks of the White River, just west of us, is only two and one half miles. That puts us on a long narrow peninsula of land between the first and second heavens. Read more about BAYOU BEND LABRADORS Sweet Lucy Kennel 110 Mollie B Court Hot Springs, AR 71913 We are a small "kennel" in Hot Springs, Arkansas devoted to raising quality dogs that will function as both a pet and a gun dog.
Our dogs are our pets first and foremost and we will not breed more than once every couple of years. Read more about Sweet Lucy Kennel War Eagle 13730 Hwy 59 North Siloam Springs, AR 72761 Welcome to War Eagle Retrievers. War Eagle Retrievers, Incorporated is a partnership of three professional dog trainers based in the Ozark Mountains of Northwest Arkansas. puppies for adoption in petaling jaya
From the beginning, it has been the passion of hunting and retrievers that has driven Keith Allison, Johnny Kinzey and Derek Randle to devote themselves to the full-time training of retrievers and their owners. airedale terrier puppies cape town
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Pets at Our Rescue Group: Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve: We serve all of Northwest Arkansas by helping the public with animals that have been found, when we can, as well as "adopting" animals from local animal shelters when their time there has run out. NWA Save Our Strays does not have a facility, and all animals are fostered in homes until adoption. patterdale pups for sale wigan
About Our Rescue Group: We serve all of Northwest Arkansas by helping the public with animals that have been found, when we can, as well as "adopting" animals from local animal shelters when their time there has run out. bichon frise for sale peterlee
Fayetteville, AR Adorable ,smart, and just alittle sassy Cairn Terrier puppies available on the 4th of July.
2 girls, 1 male. Blonde wheaten and blonde br...NWAonline is the premier digital source for news in Northwest Arkansas. Featuring content from the Northwest Edition of the Arkansas Democrat Gazette, the Northwest Arkansas Times, the Springdale Morning News, the Rogers Morning News, and the Benton County Daily Record.Feel free to meet them all!!! All of our Labs are comfortable inside the house, as well as out in the field. We pride ourselves of having all purpose Labs that perform in conformation rings, obedience trials, rally trials, hunt tests, agility trials, as well as being wonderful pets. All of our Labradors have their current OFA and CERF certificates and are registered with the AKC.Hello, my name is Tammy Johnston and this is the story of how I got started in the wonderful breed known as the Labradors Retriever.I enjoy animals and working around them. I really like doing all the dog activities like confirmation, rally, obedience, and agility. That is what had drawn me to the wonderful breed labrador retriever.
They can do everythingMy first labrador, Belle, was given to me by a good friend in 2001. She was a cute yellow puppy that stole my heart. She had her hips and elbow radiographed and came back from OFA with fair hips and dysplastic elbows. She was then spayed and was a faithful companion after that point. She was a great dog and we had to have her put down a couple years ago because of uncontrolled seizures. Her faithfulness and love forever endeared me to the labrador retriever. Belle was the reason I fell in love with the labrador breed. After moving to Missouri in November 2006 I began my search for my foundation labradors. We came up with the name of our farm from the humid, hazy mornings of the the ozarks that would have low hanging cloud bank through the trees. I took me a while before I could find someone willing to give me chance because I was from Missouri. What they did not know is that I am originally from Maryland and I wanted to show in confirmation. The misconception of everyone from Missouri is a “puppy mill” really made it hard to get started and have good mentors.
My first labradors were acquired from Starquest Labradors in Doniphan, Missouri. They were Wyatt , Willow, and Annie. I found some good friends and mentors at a show I went to at the North Arkansas Kennel Club show in Harrison, AR (2010) - Page and Melissa.Page Johnson of Avery Labradors and Melissa Bickerstaff of Dostaff Labradors had encouraging words for me, being that this was my first ever confirmation show. They informed me of other shows and helped me out with some pointers in the show ring. Since then they have been an important part of my program and fellow show buddies. I enjoy going to shows and meeting new people. The best part of showing is seeing all those wonderful labradors. I come home from some shows without any ribbons but sometimes the compliments from fellow breeders of my dogs is better than a ribbon. Other wonderful breeders that have helped along the way are Mike and Lenore Hamilton of Blackwing Labradors of Cabot, AR.The longer I work with the labradors, the more I love this breed.
I am always learning more each year that I raising and showing my labs. I learn more about myself and how to deal with the heartaches that also come along with breeding. I am thankful for the helpful breeders that have been giving me advice along this journey. If it wasn’t for them passing on their knowledge, many important aspects of this wonderful breed would be lost. I am always reading up on medical news and keep on top of any new break throughs in genetic testing. The purpose is to produce a quality labrador and better the breed. I keep a few puppies to carry on those genetics and as show prospects. I really enjoy showing my labs and doing other performance events with them. Please enjoy this website I have made of my wonderful labradors here at Misty Woods Farm.Our farm is named for the mist or fog that we often get in the mornings or after rain storms in our area. The weather changes often here in the Ozarks depending on the direction our weather systems that are coming from the north or the south.