Lone Duck Kennels is a division of Lone Duck Outfitters which specializes in Breeding, Training, and Raising Exceptional Labrador Retrievers. Our mission is to provide our community with a Labrador that has it all. We strive for the perfect combination of heart and drive for hunting, intelligence and the ability to calm down in the house, and healthy genetics for a long and happy life!
We raise a small number of litters a year, which focuses on quality over quantity. Each prospective puppy owner must complete a questionnaire and a phone interview before placing a deposit on one of our pups. This helps us to ensure all our puppy owners are qualified and responsible. It also allows us to help guide each new owner towards the right puppy for their lifestyle and needs. All of the Lone Duck Dogs love to hunt, compete in hunt tests and field trials, and are members of our families! We hope that your new Lone Duck Pup will become a fantastic member of your family and a great companion in the field so that you can experience the Unspoken Bond!.
Throughout the year we raise, train, and sell Started Dogs are various levels of training. This option is fantastic for potential owners who want to skip the puppy stage and have a dog that is ready to hunt. We offer basic to advanced dogs for sale as well as a puppy raising program. Our Puppy Program is completely customized to your needs, which would be discussed over a phone consultation. Please contact us to learn more about our Started Dogs for Sale.
Our Gun Dog Training Program is designed to build a hunting partner that you are proud to take to the field. There is nothing more exciting than watching your dog hunt hard and retrieve your downed game.
Our Basic Gun Dog Program Includes:
At the end of our program, you and your dog will have the tools to go into the field and have an enjoyable experience!
Our Advanced Gun Dog Program Includes:
At Lone Duck Kennels, we strive to provide each owner and dog with a quality experience. To us, that means we provide more one on one time with each dog and owner, and in order to do this, we must maintain a smaller number of dogs in training. Please contact us to learn more and reserve a spot for your dog.