Registered Labrador Retriever Puppies

August 2011, all pups sold!!!!
 

Sire: Santiam Steelhead Red, Derby List 2006*     
Dam: Sunnyviews Zoe the Great

 

Puppies are whelped on our farm, Santiam Valley Ranch, Turner, OR.** 

Our emphasis on breeding is directed to excellent temperament, great socialization skills and superb intellect.

Both sire and dam are OFA (Orthopedic Foundation for Animals) and CERF (Canine Eye Registration Foundation) certified. American Kennel Club (AKC) certified pedigree can be found here (Red and Zoe).  

Pups have had their dewclaws removed, have been wormed and have all vaccinations by weaning. These pups will make excellent hunting dogs and/or companion pets and look forward to being a part of your family. 

 




Dog training available for hunting and family companion pets.

For further information, please contact:
Luke Fitzpatrick, 503-930-9431
Email: 
lfitzpatrick1515@gmail.com

*Derby List:  In addition to other accolades, Red achieved the standards of the Derby List in 2006.  Approximately 40 dogs, nationwide, earn the right to be on the Derby List, which is a field trial for dogs under two years of age. 

**Turner, OR is located 15 miles south of Salem (Sunnyside Turner Exit 248) and 60 miles south of Portland.

(left) Luke Fitzpatrick & Zoe

 

 


Red
E-mail from purchasers from 2011 pups:

Thought I'd shoot you an update on Bogey. He has been an absolute great pup, kennel trained and house broken from the get go, thanks. Managed to pick up his first blind at about 16 weeks, I was pretty proud. Didn't try and hunt over him this year, but his first training trip out to the duck lake, he managed to find a crippled widgeon in the corn we sailed that morning. Force fetch went really well, and he was pretty squared away after about 2 weeks. He is absolutley fearless, takes correction really well, and has just been a really congenial fella to have around. Ran him in 2 hunt tests last weekend, and got the first 2 legs of his JH passed, he's gonna be a stud in the blind this next season.

Thanks again,
John