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DuckDawg Retrievers - Nebraska Labrador Retriever Breeders
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About DuckDawg Retrievers
We have been raising Labradors for almost 35 years and believe that our attention to pedigree, personality, attitude and health makes our Labradors a treasure to own. If you are looking for a Labrador for a hunt test or field trial competitor, an unbelievable hunting buddy, an obedience or agility performer, a Search and Rescue phenom, a service companion, or that perfect family dog; please take a moment to explore our site and meet our dogs to learn why DuckDawg Retrievers are so wonderful!
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Breeder Contact Info
Ron Green DVM and Libby Milroy
2242 S Crane View Road
North Platte, Nebraska 69101
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 35 years.
308-532-4880Send Email to DuckDawg RetrieversClick here to visit DuckDawg Retrievers website
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Submitted by: Jim Marino on Nov 13, 2014I am extremely satisfied and proud of my DuckDawg Retriever. I am confident that in 47 years of raising labs, he will be among my best. He titled as a Started Dog at 7 months and was a water blind away from earning seasoned points at 11 months. He has also picked up 400+ birds to date (at 14months). The reasons I will return to DuckDawg Kennels for my next retriever and recommend them to anyone interested in a labrador is the quality of the pedigrees of both sires and dams, the top-notch set up for raising and whelping pups and the fulfilment of their promise to provide you with a dog that will excel in the field and at home.
Submitted by: Jaci & Cory Kruse on Aug 15, 2014We received a Female Lab puppy in May of 2012 from the Spice and O'Malley litter. We couldn't be more happy with our dog. We don't participate in competitions with her, as her primary "job" is to be our companion and pet. She is an extremely smart and calm girl. We were so impressed with DuckDawg! Libby is extremely organized with all her paperwork and made the process so simple and she genuinely cares for each of these puppies. Our next dog will definitely be a DuckDawg and we HIGHLY recommend them.
Submitted by: JW Huber on Mar 08, 2014I started more than a year in advance with a thorough scouring of lab breeders and I liked what I found with DuckDawg. My vet confirmed my choice when he said he had them on his short list as well, and would be excited to see the puppy. They were great to work with throughout the process. At first I was skeptical about DuckDawg's recommendation to have the puppy sleep in our bed the first few nights, but we tried it and it worked very well. Since picking up "Ivy" in the middle of October, she has been a joy, a real easy going youngster in the house and with the other dogs, but smart and intense when out training. At six months, we are working on doubles and blinds and I love the way she enjoys doing things right - "Good Girl" gets lots of tail wags, and "Sit" will drop her butt faster than the rest.
Submitted by: Gary Whitlock on Dec 15, 2013I just want to say that my Duckdawg Creek Farm experience has been great. Libby has been a professional in every aspect of the process. From the time my deposit was received until the delivery of my pup I couldn't have asked for more. More importantly, I have a quality animal that I am very excited about!
Submitted by: John Larson on Dec 10, 2013My name is John Larson, i have a duckdawg pup of my own that i purchased from Libby last december (2012)and i couldn't be happier!! In my opinion, duckdawg pups are some of the best you will find, potty training (any training) is a breeze and the fact that the breeder is a veterinarian herself will ensure that you buy with confidence. There are so many good things i could say about this breeder but i'll let you find out for yourself when you get your own duckdawg pup! :)
Submitted by: Brandi Weinman on Dec 09, 2013Libby breeds some very best labs around you would be hard pressed to find a better breader around. I have two dogs from her kennel. I had some help training them took my male Max and put a HR title on him. He was only 13 months old set a record for youngest dog to acheive HR Title this year in our district. Both of these dogs are awesome, you can't go wrong for either a hunting dog, hunt test dog, or pet. They have the drive,style, looks and intelligence.
Submitted by: Mark Lister on Dec 08, 2013Nothing but good to say about our lab, she is well mannered, loves to be out, our problem no pheasants to speak of. I tell everyone that asks where I got her without hesitation!
Submitted by: Dave Farrar on Dec 08, 2013While searching the internet for Lab breeders, I came across DuckDawg Creek Farms. I wanted a pup that had all of the health certs and a stong pedigree. I gave Libby a call, not realizing that she was in NE. She assured me that shipping an 8 week old puppy by air was an easy thing. After the pup was born, it was fun to look at the pictures on her website as they grew into little retrievers. Those were the longest 8 weeks of my life! On the big day, I drove to SFO and waited for my boy's plane to arrive. He was happy to get out of the kennel and start the trip home.
DuckDawg Creek pups are the best you can buy. My boy is 18 months old and I could not be happier with him. My best friend is tireless in the field and he is great in the house. Although I have never met Libby in person, I consider her a good friend. I still call or email her when I have a question on training tips or gear for my dog.
I highly reccomend calling her for your next hunting partner, competetion dog or family pet.
Submitted by: David Hewlett on Dec 08, 2013Got my third Labrador from Ron and Libby and he was the best of my three, and the other two weren't bad. I have now put myself on the list for one of their breedings for 2014. My DuckDawg Labrador definitely had the best nose and best personality, was very smart and very trainable. I train my own so that is important to me. Can't wait to get my next pup going!
Submitted by: Rich Carpenter on Apr 14, 2011I've known Ron and Libby and their dogs for a number of years. They run a top-notch operation and have produced some very high quality Labrador pups over the years, out of their females and by their males. I've had an opportunity to watch their dogs run in hunting tests as well as many pups purchased from their kennel. Their breeding stock is well-bred and all tested for necessary health clearances that responsible puppy buyers are looking for. They approach breeding and raising puppies very professionally while still being very friendly and easy to do business with. I chose to breed my male to one of their outstanding females to provide me with another pup of the hunting and test-running qualities I wanted. I was most pleased with the breeding and the puppy I got is very talented. I also found every aspect of of the breeding agreement, and arrangements for the puppy selection to be outstanding, with every thing done as arranged and on time. Being very active in HRC hunting retriever tests, over the years, I've gotten a lot of inquiries from people looking for good pups and recommend they check out Duckdawg.