We have been working with dogs since 1988. We established our Ranch in South-East Nebraska to further our training and breeding efforts in 1996. All of our Fox Red Labradors and German Shorthaired Pointers are trained year round by our full time staff.
Fox Red Labradors have been our focus for many years. The highly prized fox red color dates back to the original bloodlines of the Labrador. Superb quality breeding comes from many generations of champion British Labs and has produced all classes of working, assistance and exceptional companion dogs. Their gentile temperament with strong obedience and desire to please is what makes them the most popular breed. Their boxy build, bone structure, muscular tone along with the otter tail and coat color and quality are what make our Labs exceptional. This is what we strive to produce.
German Shorthaired Pointers
We have owned and hunted with German Shorthaired Pointers for a very long time. These German Shorthaired Pointers have a very keen sense of smell and we breed them to be all purpose hunters and gun dogs. They are diligent hunting dogs in all types of terrain, and will also retrieve from the water. Although their coat is not waterproof like a Lab’s, their desire to retrieve is what sends them into the water, regardless of the temperature.
The German Shorthaired Pointer is a very active and friendly dog with smooth temperaments and personalities. Even though these dogs need a lot of exercise, their energy level can be easily managed with proper training. Because the breed is so versatile, they are very happy to be in your home, or work for you as a hunter, tracker and retriever. They are wonderful companions for active individuals and families. This is what we strive to produce.
Fox Red Labrador and German Shorthaired Pointer puppies and working dogs are available occasionally.
We only breed when we have two exceptional dogs with pedigrees that will produce the true Fox Red Labrador Retriever or German Shorthaired Pointer temperament and conformation in an excellent litter of pups. Quality is more important than quantity. We hope you will agree.