research and many discoveries,
found the British Labrador. The qualities of these
British Labs are undeniable. British Labs are bred for
their biddable nature which makes training and handling
much easier. The selective line breeding of these Labs
make for consummate shooting dog for the dove hunter,
upland bird hunter, or the discriminating water fowler.
The economy or thrift of owning one dog that will be
equal at home or in the field is immeasurable for the
every day workingman.
British Labs are intelligent,
trainable, have a keen nose to sniff out those cripples,
calm, quite-no whining, ultimate family companion,
steady, and readily honors other working dogs. In short
these are well-mannered efficient retrievers. On a
typical British shoot the dogs will be required to be
steady to shot and fall where 50 birds are shot, all the
while being at heel and
remaining quiet. When all birds
are down then retrievers are allowed to work. There
might be two, three, four, or any number of dogs working
at the same time independent of the other dogs while
other dogs remain under perfect control. Imagine any
number of other distractions and this is simply amazing.
No wonder they are referred to as gentleman gundogs.
Recently attended a hunt test and all everyone
with wanted to do was talk about their new E-COLLAR. In
U.K. you nearly never encounter an E-Collar. The reason
lies in the superior breeding program. Now, about the
the force fetch. British Labs are required to deliver to
hand. If they don't they are culled from the gene pool.
This is understandable when you take into consideration
the economics of a typical shoot. If a problem arises in
delivery it is easily eradicated by teaching the hold
If you purchase a British Lab from WORKINGMAN
GUNDOGS you will be admired and noticed for the ultimate
retriever. But more than that you will be envied for the
friend, companion, and hunting partner that will be YOUR