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WYNGMASTER LABRADORS - CHOCOLATE, BLACK ... WyngMaster Labradors (Est. January, 2000) in Tulsa, Oklahoma
Tiger Mountain Pointing Labradors - Washington Labrador Retriever Breeders
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30 years of training Gun Dogs.
Professional Gun Dog Trainer
Trainer of Grand Master Pointing Retrievers
....30 years of hunting, training and breeding....
Going into our 30th season, we continue to strive to train, hunt over and produce the finest AKC pointing Labradors available. Our history is well documented and our dogs are tried and tested on wild birds in tough conditions throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe and South America.
I got a pup from you 14 years ago. He’s been an amazing friend that has hunted hard for 12 years. The last 30 minutes of his last pheasant hunt he did back to back perfect points on roosters for my son. Can’t say enough about him and how much I appreciate the effort you guys put into producing such outstanding dogs. Sadly we had to put him down a few weeks ago.
I’m not in a huge hurry (still grieving a bit), but wanted to check to see what kind of availability you have coming up. Thanks.
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1660 Riverbottom Road
Ellensburg, Washington 98926
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 30 years.
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Submitted by: Gregg Bell on Mar 13, 2013John,
I wanted to let you know that I have continued to be nothing but impressed with our pup who will soon be 2 years old. She is by far the smartest dog I have ever owned or worked with. I have hunted her on wild pheasants, California quail, mountain quail, blue grouse, and waterfowl and she continues to impress. Thank you for your help and thank you again for building a program that created such a nice dog.
Submitted by: David Bassett on Nov 05, 2012Just wanted to drop you a note regarding Stryker…he has grown into quite a young man…His field skills improve every time we go out and his abilities and energy never seem to stop. Over this past weekend, I had the opportunity to take my father and brother out for a good day of Pheasant hunting near my father’s home in Pennsylvania. Stryker proved himself more than up to the task and we had an awesome day with all of us managing to bag our limit of birds (limit is 2 each hen andor Rooster in Pa). Stryker flushed 10 or 12 birds and managed to run down a crippled Rooster some 200yds away from us…pretty neat to watch him work.
During a late afternoon hunt last week, Stryker even managed to one-up the hunters as he brought back a cripple that someone else had knocked down….score that day was 1-0-1….One for me…my buddy missed…and one for Stryker!
In addition to his field skills, Stryker is a family dog that is the envy of friends and neighbors…very mild tempered, always wants to play and be “part of the game”, well behaved and just a joy to have around.
I know much of this is due to his pedigree, but I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you yet again for bringing this wonderful creature into me and my family’s life.
Submitted by: Kyle Waters on Jun 20, 2012I get Brees out 3-4 times a week, she is crazy about birds. Hope you are well.
Submitted by: Dr. Brent A. Ungar on Jun 04, 2012This spring Aspen passed her Advanced PR from APLA. Looking to do Masters this early fall.
Submitted by: Hugh Cronin on May 23, 2012Hi John,
Finally got around to sending you pictures of Sophie. She is almost 2yrs old and doing great. She is FF and CC and loves her training sessions. She has turned out to be a really nice dog.
Submitted by: Denise Arnold on May 23, 2012Wow. We are so happy that he passed and now is a Certified Pointing Retriever. Congratulations to you for all your work on our Blue.
Submitted by: Justin Scott on May 23, 2012John,
I hope all is well with you and yours. We have wrapped up quail season here in Georgia and Blue did great! I wanted to reach back out to you to discuss some additional training options for Blue. I look forward to hearing from you.
Submitted by: Grant Martin on May 23, 2012John:
Well, you picked a winner! I have been nothing but impressed! Kaci is now 18 months, housebroken, crate trained, pointing quail, being shot over, and retrieving the downed birds to hand and releasing. Her mouth is soft and she had incredible drive! I just wanted to say thank you again!
Submitted by: Travis Sawayer on Jan 04, 2012Hi John & Choral,
I am just writing to give you an update on Wyatt, purchased from one of your litters a year and a half ago (Born July 2010). We are just wrapping up our first real hunting season, and my first season with a TMPL, first pointing lab ever actually. I am sure everyone feels the same way about their dogs, but he is truly amazing. He is by far the most gentle, affectionate, and loving lab I have ever owned (I have had 3). Even when playing with the little one, he knows when he is too rough.
As far as obedience, he is number one. His eagerness to please me is unsurpassed. His drive on the hunt is amazing, I thought he would tire out much faster than he does, I need to stay in better shape to keep up with him! Our focus this year was solely upland birds. I wanted his upland game solid before we moved on to waterfowl. We went on our final upland hunt of the year yesterday on a preserve. We put out 12 birds and he found 11. He was birdie where the "un-found" bird was planted, but it must have flown off. He worked had for his birds yesterday, all but 2 of them got up and ran from where they were planted, it was great to see him use his nose like that. He actually tracked one bird for over 175 yards before he caught up to it, pointed it and flushed it for the shot.
Thank you so much for my loveable hunting companion and family member. My 6 year old call him his brother. We are so thankful for the highest caliber of dog you produce. Thanks again.
Travis Sawayer & Family
Submitted by: Scott Nielsen on Jan 04, 2012Not being able to get the last trip out of my mind for NE Montana I went back and closed out the season. Wow the weather got up to the 50’s no snow lots of wind and the birds won. Good numbers but when you got a rooster in range you needed to take advantage. Me and the dogs worked our tails of for 5 days and both did fantastic. All the cover and mild winter look out for next year! Happy New Year