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Antelope Lake Retrievers is highly recommended by customers for their high-quality dogs, excellent training program, and passionate breeder, Scott. Customers have expressed their satisfaction with the well-being and training of their dogs, with one dog even retrieving ducks, geese, and pheasants before its first birthday.
The breeder is praised for his dedication and willingness to go the extra mile for his customers. A photographer who has worked with Antelope Lake Retrievers for 4 years also commends the growth and development of the dogs throughout the season.
Overall, customers would confidently recommend Antelope Lake Retrievers to anyone looking for a quality upland or waterfowl Labrador retriever.
Antelope Lake Retrievers Reviews
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Antelope lake retrievers is a very high quality kennel. I currently own a 3 year old male off of Reba and I could not be happier… he is everything I could ask of a pointing lab. Scott is a fantastic trainer and guide, as well as person and truly is passionate about what he does and is willing to go the extra mile. I highly recommend Antelope Lake retrievers to anyone looking for a quality upland lab or even waterfowl lab.
Scott and his dogs are one of a kind! I have been lucky enough to be in the field and photograph Antelope Lake Retriever dogs for 4 years. To see how much the dogs grow from beginning to end of the season is truly amazing. If I ever get my first hunting dog, Scott from Antelope Lake Retrievers will be my first call.
We have thoroughly enjoyed our lab from Antelope Lake Retrievers! Scott truly cares about the well being of each dog and works very hard to fine tune the dogs training program to meet the customers desires! Mae retrieved several ducks, geese, and pheasants before her first birthday!! We look forward to her returning for more advanced training this Spring! Nate and Sara Luehrs