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Missouri Muddy Paws Kennel - Missouri Labrador Retriever Breeders
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About Missouri Muddy Paws Kennel
Located in Southest Missouri, AKC / UKC British Labrador Retrievers We breed high quality British Labs for hunting and family dogs. We have puppies available for sale usually three times a year. A deposit is required to determine the picking order of litter, first deposit first pick, second deposit second pick. We are currently taking deposits on upcoming litters. They usually sell before the litter is born. Dont wait!
Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
Training, Stud Services, Boarding
Breeder Contact Info
116 Cotton Ridge
Sikeston, Missouri 63801
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 12 years.
573-380-7036Send Email to Missouri Muddy Paws KennelClick here to visit Missouri Muddy Paws Kennel website
Puppies for sale
Copperbirch Brodie SH
MISSOURI MUDDY PAW GINGERSNAP
Missouri Muddy Paws Gracie Lou
Otter Slough's Calico Girl
Otterslough's Fetchin Timber
Testimonials (14) You are viewing the 10 most recent - Click here for more reviews
Submitted by: Keith Lawson on Nov 13, 2012Our new lab we named Birdie has become part of our family. At three months old and 15 lbs she is growing well and a joy to be around and train. I wanted to send a picture and say thanks for such a fantastic companion.
Rusty and the Holliday Family
Submitted by: Keith Lawson on Oct 18, 2012Dear Keith and Michelle, Roxy is doing great ,she has really adapted to us in a great way .We can't believe how smart she is . She comes to her name with little effort and is learning her commands at a great pace and it has been a lot of fun watching her Develop she is a true joy . thanks again Scott Kennedy
Submitted by: Keith Lawson on Jul 10, 2012Keith and Michelle,
First, just an update on Hoss. We picked him up in Bloomington, IL this morning and after a few quick potty breaks, finally made it home. In two days this dog has had 9 hours of windshield time, and handles it just great.
We stopped at the pet store for an extra food dish, and to see if they had a toy duck Hoss could play with, and he quickly took the hearts of all the staff and customers.
He spent about three hours in the arms of my wife, Lindsey, and they quickly bonded. However he enjoys sleeping on me, and giving everyone puppy kisses. The neighbors want to get rid of their Newfoundland, and get a Muddy Paws dog now. But that was totally by accident, their Newfoundland is great, and although he slobers, I'd take him any day.
Hoss is young, however he seems to know his name, and he comes when called. I have had my fair share of dogs, but this seems rare to me. Even our three year old Jack Russell, Sailor, listens to me only when she wants to.
He has not had any accidents in the house, but now that I said that, I'm sure it'll happen.
We introduced Sailor and Hoss outside in the front yard. And neither dog really showed much attention to each other. When we got inside the older dog was curious about Hoss, but Hoss just wanted to sniff out the house. I've been keeping a good eye on him, so no trouble yet. But I was worried about the older dog being aggressive.
After they spent a few minutes together outside, we brought them inside. And we let them explore and check each other out for about twenty minutes. The older dog, being a Jack Russell, started to get a little hyperactive. So we split them up and let them each nap for about half an hour.
After we brought them back together, the older dog now brings Hoss his teething chew toys, and her most prized possession, a fabric frisbee.
Now the only problem we have is that they whine whenever they aren't together for the first few minutes.
Secondly, I just would like to say that after I had my German Shepherd put down, it was hard for me to think about finding another dog. But the experience I had with you over the phone, and my in-laws had with you in person, quickly put that to rest. It's actually pretty rare that you find a breeder that cares more about their dogs and their health, than just money. Hoss was worth every penny, and even by today's economic standards, was a steal.
I looked off and on, for a dog, for about four months, then I looked every day for three months straight. I read a lot, and I learned a lot. And I'm glad I found you, Keith and Michelle, and I wanted to say I really appreciate everything.
You're not a fly by night breeder, nor are you one that thinks the job is done after the sale. And that too, is rare.
I am looking forward to spending many great years and times with my new best friend, and if anyone is interested in a puppy from you, you can have them email me. Heck, if they are willing to come to Kenosha, they can come see Hoss for themselves.
And thirdly, Hoss will be getting fixed, but I would like your kennel to be recognized by the AKC, so when I register him, how can I do that? Call him Muddy Paws Hoss?
Again, thank you so much for everything. I really do appreciate it, and someday maybe Hoss and I will make it down to Sikeston to see everyone.
- Chad Campbell
Submitted by: KEITH LAWSON on Jun 26, 2012just wanted to post a pic of our now 7 month old muddy paws pup dublin... she really is the best lab! it is AMAZING how many compliments we get on her! most people don't realize she's a lab because she is smaller & so well behaved! we got her a gentle leader and it has done amazing things for her temperament on a leash... she WAS a big tugger, but no longer! this pic is from her very FIRST swimming experience in the pond behind my parents house. she LOVED it! she will retrieve anything we throw... balls, frisbees, sticks, whatever! we love it! she is currently laying under my feet as i type this! we just love her! thanks for breeding the BEST lab puppies ever!!!
Katie McDermott Peterson
Submitted by: keith lawson on Oct 08, 2011Keith and Michelle,
Remy is doing great, growing everyday. I wanted to start the process of having him trained. Let me know what I need to do at this end. Wonderful pup. Thank you.
Submitted by: KEITH LAWSON on Oct 08, 2011"Thank u Boomer!!! U made all the girls Christmas!!"
Heather Hill Cooksey 12-2010
Submitted by: KEITH LAWSON on Oct 08, 2011Thank you Keith and Michelle,
Alan Jackson is the best dog we have ever had. He is great with the kids.
My youngest son tried to drink from the water bowl with him. Alan is doing everything with no work. He is fetching dummies and ducks. Thanks again.
Derrick Wheatley 11-2010
Submitted by: KEITHB LAWSON on Oct 08, 2011Milo January 2010
Great weekend with Milo. Iím not sure if heís not part pig they way he puts away the food. Taking to the crate very well. We have been exploring the neighborhood, he loves playing in the yard. Our Aussie didnít know what to think at first, but now tolerates this new unit. Life is good.
We could have stayed all day. Jordan posted the pictures to her facebook account and you wouldnt believe the number of great comments she got on the pups. Thanks for the update, we are so excited.
It is so nice to deal with real dog people
St. Genevieve Mo.
Submitted by: Joe Wright on Jul 05, 2009Griz is really a great dog and his training is going well . He did so good one day I grilled him his own steak.
I took him to the vet yesterday and he weighs 53 pounds and is doing great.
I just wanted to thank you for selling me such a wonderful friend.
Submitted by: Cody Caudle on Jul 05, 2009I just want to thank you Boomer and Michelle for selling me not just a hunting companion but a good friend. Scoot is doing wonderful and is definately daddy's boy. He goes where ever I go and is usually wondering why he's not going when I leave the house without him. Scoot has excelled in his training and is making long water, and blind retrieves with no hassle. This past weekend he went on his first hunt even though he made no retrieves to my suprise he was very enthusiastic and interested.
Scoot, just like the Lawsons told me he would be, has to be the center of attention when he is around people. At any outing we are at he is making his rounds and making sure that everybody knows he's there. I just want to thank Keith and Michelle for selling me the definition of a great British Labrador.