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Northstar Pointing Labs - Minnesota Labrador Retriever Breeders
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About Northstar Pointing Labs
"Proving Our Point."
We are a small family ran kennel. We take pride in producing dogs that have a ton of go in the field but will relax and behave in the home. We produce dogs for the hunter, hunt tester and family. We believe in producing a dog that hunts hard with a ton of desire and a strong prey drive. Our dogs come from strong pointing background and do hunt allot. If you would ever like to see our dogs work we would love to show you !
We are a fulltime training facility and offer started dogs as well. We have a few litters per year for any questions regarding up coming litters please feel free to contact me and check out the website.
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158 E Main St.
Cottonwood, Minnesota 56229
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 8 years.
507-531-1137Send Email to Northstar Pointing LabsClick here to visit Northstar Pointing Labs website
Submitted by: Jacob Jenniges on Jan 20, 2009I brought Maggie home in May of 2008 and she immediately exceeded my expectations. She was easy to train and instantly became an important member of my family. She is great around my 2 sons. She loves to play but when it is time to work she puts her whole heart into it. Maggie caught on quickly to duck hunting and by our third time out she was scanning the skies and retrieving on land and in water. When pheasant hunting season rolled around she really stood out! It didnít take her long to show me her point. By the end of the season she was holding that point for minutes and waiting for me to flush the birds. She also showed great prey drive retrieving numerous wounded roosters. The best part about Maggie is that she achieved all of this in her first season of hunting. I canít start to say how happy I am with her and I canít wait to see what she can do in the next 10 years.