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Elite “Rod” – Finished Dog

Gender: Male

Category: IMPORTED DOG

Birth Date: September 1, 2016

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Elite Rod! Imported, Finished Dog. 

Approximately 18 months of age. 

Hips 5/6 ; Elbows 0/0 ; Eyes clear ; Pra clear ; Cnm clear ; Eic clear 
 
Rod is a very fast, focused, and happy dog. Excellent marker.
Fast casting out. Good on stop whistle. Lefts and rights are good. 
Just need him to think for a second when handling him. He moves quickly.
Very steady. He has picked all sorts of game. Has been picking up on pheasant shoots since he was 12 months old. 120 bird days. He has run in a couple of field trials. 
 

Your dog will be registered with the AKC. Visit http://akc.org for more info.

The Kennel Club. UK organization equal to our AKC. http://www.thekennelclub.org.uk

The Irish Kennel Club. Irish organization equal to our AKC. http://www.ikc.ie

We use AKC reunite microchips. Visit http://www.akcreunite.org for more info.

For general Labrador information, visit here. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Labrador_Retriever

“British/Irish” versus “American” Labrador reading. https://pheasantsforever.org/BlogLanding/Blogs/Nancy-Anisfield/Bird-Dogs-American-Labs-vs-British-Labs.aspx

The International GunDog League Society. Very interesting organization  that hosts the IGL Championship. http://www.internationalgundogleagueretrieversociety.org.uk

Simple explanation of coat colors in labs. Fox Red as a variant of Yellow. http://labbies.com/genetics.htm

More in-depth reading about labrador coat colors. http://labbies.com/genetics.htm

Yet further reading about Labrador coat color genetics. http://labbies.com/genetics2.htm

To read about EIC, exercise induced collapse, visit here. http://www.animalgenetics.us/Canine/Genetic_Disease/EIC.asp

To read about CNM, centronuclear myopathy, visit here. http://www.animalgenetics.us/Canine/Genetic_Disease/CNM.asp

To read about PRA, progressive retinal atrophy, visit here. http://www.thelabradorsite.com/progressive-retinal-atrophy-in-dogs/

What are some common OTC (over-the-counter) medicines I can give my dog? Visit here for info, but ALWAYS consult your veterinarian first! http://www.vetstreet.com/our-pet-experts/my-top-10-list-of-over-the-counter-human-meds-that-can-be-used-on-pets

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