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Morgan's Point Ranch- Red Pointing Labs - Washington Labrador Retriever Breeders
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About Morgan's Point Ranch- Red Pointing Labs
Beautiful and Versatile Top Quality Pointing Lab puppies! Amazing pointing bloodlines
like: GMPR Rik's Risky Raider, Grits of Blackforest, Kellogg, and much more. We
are a small family kennel, located on 30 acres in Northeastern Washington on the
Colville River, with a couple of very intelligent, versatile, beautiful fox red pointing lab
males and females, which we have carefully chosen, specifically for their natural
pointing bloodlines, intense birdyness, candid personalities, beauty and easy going social
natures. Our labs are AKC, OFA Hip or PENN Hip, eye CERF'd, EIC negative and
kept up to date with health clearances. They are hunted avidly and are also our house
pets as well as being acclimated to the outdoor kennel. We search long and hard for
eligible studs, looking at many factors: bloodlines, DNA, the same attention to health
clearances, testing for Genetic diseases, their accomplishments and pointing abilities.
We offer an excellent puppy health guarantee and all pups will be microchipped, first
shots, wormed, well handled and socialized prior to going home. We have fox red and
yellow colors . $1,200 male or female, deposit of $200 will hold your pup, pick of litter in
order of deposit: see our website for more info. Taking deposits now for 2015 Spring
Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
Breeder Contact Info
Jim or Andrea Morgan
Chewelah, Washington 99109
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 13 years.
509-993-6603Send Email to Morgan's Point Ranch- Red Pointing LabsClick here to visit Morgan's Point Ranch- Red Pointing Labs website
Submitted by: kenneth sager on May 03, 2014We got nash last sept and hes about 9 months now. He's pretty lengthy and very athletic, about 55 pounds of very lean muscle. He was bred from Morgans point annie and another stud bartemus. He is very dark red color with a white chest and is very good looking dog. Everyone who see's him has to complement him because he's such a unique looking dog. I've had him on birds since day one and he is bird crazy! retrieves any thing you want him to with such an intense drive. He is obedient with infinite energy outside and turns on the calm inside like a light switch, its perfect. Me and my wife couldn't be happier with our dog from morgans point labs. I'm really looking forward to next years hunting season to work more with Nash
Submitted by: Geoff Boone on Jan 07, 2014Copper and Scarlett are now 1 and 1/2 years old and both my dad and I could not be more pleased with these dogs. They both have their own unique personalities that make them great companions, as well as family pets. Both dogs are very intense and no when it is time to hunt. I have had nothing but labs my entire life, with this being my first experience with a red one. I get nothing but compliments by everyone that comes into contact with these dogs on how beautiful and well behaved that they are. Copper was so well loved by his trainer that she cried when I came to take him home. Both of these dogs could not be better and I give the credit to Morgans Ranch for providing us with great service and great dogs!
Submitted by: Linda Schemm on Dec 05, 2012We are the proud owners of a Morgan's Point Ranch 4-month old Red Fox Pointing Lab named Gracie. Gracie is a beautiful and intelligent lab with a great disposition and has been very easy to train. We get comments all the time about what a great looking Lab puppy she is and everyone loves her rich Red color. Gracie is a great family dog and is very good with our young daughter. Jim and Andrea Morgan are wonderful and caring breeders who take great care of their dogs and were very helpful in preparing our family by answering all of our questions about our new puppy. Our family highly recommends Jim and Andrea Morgan as kind and caring breeders of beautiful and intelligent Red Fox Pointing Labs.
Submitted by: Steve Vincent on Nov 28, 2012In Dec of 2011 5 month old Red Fox Mayley (AKC: "Morgan's Point Dusty Rose") came into my life, replacing a 15 1/2 year old yellow lab/hunting and adventure partner. Mayley is an excellent retriever/tracker and is starting to point intuitively. At 7 months she was running double blinds and retrieves by hand signals. She took to dead birds within 5 min of training, has a very soft mouth, trained quickly for various types of practical upland and waterfowl hunting, and is by far the fastest and strongest Lab I've worked with. Mayley performs straight line retrieves regardless of what or who is in her way. She will also hit the water, bird in mouth, in a cross water retrieve with the same enthusiasm of a send command. Mayley is also a very loyal dog, non-agressive towards kids/other dogs, and we have bonded quite well. Of the 5 Labs that have owned me, this dog recalls faster than any one of them and remains quiet, though alert, in the presence of predators. Both of which are necessities when hunting in bear and wolf country up here in interior Alaska.
In short, Mayley is so far one of the finest and best retrievers Iíve had the pleasure of working with and Jim-n-Andrea at Morgan's Point Ranch are to be commended for their dogs and support.
Submitted by: Anne Torello & Tom McDonald on Dec 19, 2010End of May we chose a yellow-male lab from Morgan's Point Ranch. Because Andrea and Jim Morgan's patience, love and devoted heart and sole that insures them as great breeders. They are proud of the bloodlines and also because they make sure that the future owners are also a good fit in return for one of their pups.
Our boy "Cooper" is just shy of 9 months old now. He is slim and about 60lbs, full of personality, intuitive, smart, fast, receptive, a quick-study and great socially with other dogs and people. He is fun, determined whenever given a challenge, and most of all a true companion. Soon we will be training Cooper to be a hunter, we can tell he's a natural thanks to the Morgan's.
Whether you are looking for a lab as a pet or as a hunter, Morgan's Point Ranch is your answer.
Submitted by: Jono Esvelt on Nov 15, 2010I got a male pup from Morgans Points Labs this summer. He is 10 months old and is the best hunting dog that I have ever had. He is doing great finding and retrieving pheasants. I am also very happy with ability to point on birds. The best trait that he has is how strong a bond he has formed with our family. He responds to commands from all members of our family, even my 7 year old son. I am very pleased with the quality of lab that I got from the Morgans. They produce a very high quality dog for hunting and a family companion. We will go back to get our next lab from this great breeder.
Submitted by: Morgan Hutchings on Nov 04, 2010I am the proud owner of a year old black lab named Duke (or Dukers). He is full of energy, easy to train, and best of all birdier than heck. His natural pointing ability is amazing to see in a Labrador. His personality is that of "what would you like me to do now dad"? I can have him in the house quietly sitting next to me, or out at the river retrieving like mad. Jim and Andrea are the best to deal with, always answering questions and attentive to the buyers wishes and needs. If you are looking for a lab as a pet or as a hunter look no further than Morganís Point Ranch.
Submitted by: John C. Eason on Nov 02, 2010My dog Danny Boy is Daisy Jane's brother from the first litter of Morgan's Point Strawberry bred by Blackforest Casey. He was 5 years old on September 11, 2010. I picked up Danny Boy at six weeks of age and he has been my nearly constant companion. We started hunting together when he was 10 weeks old for upland game birds and he is a natural. I haven't been big on formal training because he hunts the way that suits me. He started pointing quail when he was about 4 months. I have been very consistent on basic disciple training and that was all that was needed. We have a kennel and Danny is litter box trained but he is usually with my wife and I whenever we are home and he sleeps in our bedroom on a mat at night. He is mat trained and does not have free run of the house. Every morning Danny fetches the paper for my wife. We are training him to fetch his mat when we move to another room in the house because he likes to be where he can see us and be included in the group. Not only is Danny an excellent upland game bird dog, he retrieves ducks and geese from ice water. Some times we do combined pheasant and duck hunting and Danny is able to switch from beating the brush out in front of me to heeling when I am making a sneak on a stream or pond. Breeding is the key to good dogs. I would recommend any of the pups that are produced by the Morgan's breeding stock because the blood lines are proven to be excellent.
Submitted by: Andrea Niehoff on Nov 01, 2010We brought our new member of the family, a Fox Red Labrador Retriever, whom we named Winston home with us at eight weeks old last October. We went to Morgan's Point Ranch to pick Winston out. The Morgans were happy to spend many hours with us that afternoon as we tried to make up our minds as to which puppy we should take home. They are a wonderful family; extremely friendly, welcoming, and knowledgeable about the breed. It has been nice to keep in touch with them, as we give them Winston story updates and receive updates from them on new litters. Winston is now a year old and is about 55 pounds. We wanted a dog who could go everywhere with us and do everything with us. Winston has certainly adapted well to this roll. Winston was beautifully socialized when we got him and loves to meet new people and other dogs. At the end of a dog park trip, he has meet every dog there! Winston loves to go on ATV rides and hikes with us, and has had fun learning to "dock jump" on the lake. He also loves to snuggle with us on the couch at the end of the day. We took him duck hunting on opening day this year and in one days time he went from not knowing how to react to a down duck to retrieving them in the water by the end of the day. Since then, he has flushed out 3 grouse on his own!
Winston is a great joy and delight to have in our family!
As we have meet other Labs since we have had Winston, you immediately notice that there is something unique about Winston, as he is such a handsome Lab. Labs from Morgan's Point Ranch are top of the line in our book!
Submitted by: Beth Stewart on Oct 21, 2010We got Neo as a puppy September 2009 and he has grown into a handsome and smart red fox labrador retriever 60 lb dog, a bit over 1 year in age as of October 2010. Jim and Andrea were heading our way and dropped him off with us, and were very helpful with our new puppy questions. Neo is very much a member of the family, he likes us all to stick together on a walk, and when some of us are upstairs and some downstairs he splits the difference and sits on the stairs to keep an eye on all of us. We board Neo sometimes and all the people at the boarding say he is one of the best trained, nicest dogs they have. We do not hunt but Neo constantly has his nose to the ground and is very scent oriented. If you want a great dog, from great people, Morgan's Point Ranch is the way to go!