UPDATE ——- APRIL 6, 2014
KELLOGG — WE HAVE ONE BLACK MALE AVAILABLE “”NOW”" DOB 12-22-2013 PICTURES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
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AS OF JANUARY 2, 2011, WE WILL ONLY BE TAKING DEPOSITS ON THE FORM OF “”CASH, POSTAL MONEY ORDERS, OR WESTERN UNION WIRES”" DEPOSITS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE, THEY ARE FORWARDED TO THE NEXT LITTER. INDIANA 7% SALES TAX HAS TO BE CHARGED ON ALL PUPS PICKED UP FROM TWO RIVERS LABS.
You have heard of them, but you haven’t seen them until now! WOW!!! They are unique, gorgeous and stylish. I am of course talking about “FOX RED”. These puppies are registered as “”YELLOW”" by AKC and UKC. These labs have a very distinctive color. They are a lab and will lick you just like all of the other colors do. A lab is a lab, no matter what color it is. But, when you walk down the street with a “FOX RED LABRADOR”, people will stop and admire and ask you all kinds of questions and will be amazed at their color. And some may challenge you about the color, but you know it is a pure bred labrador retriever, only “RED” in color.
As of 2007 we are raising “FOX RED” labrador puppies. This distinct color of registered yellow but are red in color, “FOX RED”. All of our dogs are spirited, an important quality in labs. Our pups are also sensitive and aware of their surroundings, and last but not least they are courageous and are able to assess a risk. This is a valuable asset in a pointing Labrador Retriever.
Even though I have been talking about the darker color (RED) of the yellow registerable lab, we do have the lighter, more common yellow labs born about every year.
We start worming our adorable pups at two weeks and give the little ones their first shot at six weeks. By seven-eight weeks these adorable pups are ready to go home with a loving family or a robust hunter. No matter where they go, these pups make a great lifelong companion.
ALL HAVE BLOCK HEADS, DEWCLAWS REMOVED, BLACK NOSES AND PADS,(FOX REDS) AND NICE OTTER TAIL. THEY ARE VERY FRIENDLY AND EAGER TO PLEASE BY DOING WHAT COMES NATURALLY TO THEM…RETRIEVING