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Cougar is a hard charging retriever with plenty of drive to come up with the bird in any given situation. He will wait patiently all day waiting for birds and never whine or vocalize in any situation. You simply wont ever hunt over a finer dog, whether hunting upland or waterfowl Cougar makes the experience as enjoyable as possible. Cougar is an outstanding marking dog and although now retired from competition he was truly a pleasure to run in hunts tests and field trials earning his Master Hunter title and Qualified All Age status, often times coming up with birds that no other dogs could, he left me beaming with pride time and time again. Sired by the great FC AFC Rebel With A Cause, one of the highest point yellows of all time his pedigree is a must see. Cougar is a proven producer having produced a large number of skilled gundogs as well as dogs that have gained titles in all levels of hunt tests including qualifying for the Master National. labrador retriever stud, pet services, yellow lab
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Oscar is not our stud but here is a description from his owner.
Oscar is our own son of Ali (FC/AFC Lanes Let’s Get Ready to Rumble). Ali is one of the top retrievers on the Field Trial scene in the last ten years. He has accumulated 200.5 All-Age field trial points which ranks him #15 on the 1999-2016 all time list. He is passing on his traits to his offspring as a perennial sire of offspring of leaders on the National Derby List (2012-2016), Field Trials and Hunt Tests. Ali is on pace for a Hall of Fame nomination. Oscar is proving himself in the field as he has pursued his AKC Hunt Tests. He breezed thru his Junior tests as he earned his Junior Title and passed his first Senior test when he was just one year old. We purchased in December 2015 to provide a family home and a hunting environment to allow Oscar to flourish in what he was bred to do, retrieve waterfowl. However, Oscar had contracted a rare fungal disease (Blastomycosis) from the mud and cattails in Minnesota, which he brought with him to Idaho and ended up having to have an eye removed to arrest the spread of the fungal disease. He was deathly ill for several months, but has recovered well. It took several months for Oscar to gain some confidence back and adjust to only having one eye. Oscar earned his AKC Senior Hunter Title in the spring of 2017. He immediately started progressing towards his Master Hunter Title in the summer of 2017 by earning one pass. Oscar is in Texas this winter working towards earning his Master Hunter Title in 2018. He is turning in to the dog we thought he would be. The fungal disease he had put him behind a year from where he should have been, but patience has paid off. He is a stud!!!!!