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    Here is one heck of a top performing, consistent performer you’ll ever find...GRHRCH SRSACC SRSAC Spring River’s Yankee Captain MNH MH QAA. Jeter is chocolate and has never failed a Master or Finished hunt test (35-35). https://www.huntinglabpedigree.com/studdog.asp?id=66958

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    I know you said he’s leaning chocolate, but if he changes his mind FC AFC Bo Whoop II is chocolate factored. Young dog, but earned 63 derby points competing on the same truck as the eventual derby champion that year. And his pedigree might look familiar!
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    Jason,
    I know a little about Bo due to his dam pedigree. His breeder did a GREAT JOB with that litter!!!
    Remember, I own Jet's littermate sister-LOL.
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    RIP My girls Jiggy, and sweet mamas Dancy and Tip. We love and miss you all!!!

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    With chocolate to chocolate, FT titled, you need to have some knowledge of bloodlines as many of the good ones go back to the same lines already. Going Chocolate factored is more doable, just saying.
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    To correct all you you, "chocolate is not a color, it's a condition."

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjoiner View Post
    To correct all you you, "chocolate is not a color, it's a condition."
    Story to go with that. I had a Chocolate breeding by a CFC end up with a singleton. I was happy to see she went in labor and it was going fine and then she flat out quit. When she fell asleep I knew something was wrong and I called the vet and went in for a c-section. The vet went in and she held the uterus up and told the techs "get the camera". The puppy missed the exit ramp and went up the other horn of the uterus and got stuck. I told Howley and she said "Only a Chocolate would do that!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by bjoiner View Post
    To correct all you you, "chocolate is not a color, it's a condition."
    True That...

    Something to consider, I have a chocolate male and a black female (litter-mates) based on their pedigree they are very out-bred; which I did intentionally. That said I sent in samples for them to the Davis's diversity study and both of them came back with pretty high inter-relatedness in regard to the overall Labrador population Davis had tested at the time. Breeding for one gene, seems to bottle-neck your stock; regardless of how out-bred your pedigree is. I might be using Davis tool again in the future; and consider diversity scoring if I look into chocolate breeding again.
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    Some great and awesome dogs already talked about.

    HRCH The Diche MH is a pretty nice Chocolate but he's in Jackson MS.
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    GRHRCH-Diesel is chocolate with a solid black 3 generations. GRHRCH-Chief has a black majority in his 3 generations.

    I personally like Chupa’s pedigree a LOT!!!
    We have bred a Cosmo daughter to his father FC/AFC-Shaq and a FC/AFC-Copper daughter to his grandfather FC/AFC-Pow.

    I believe my friend wants an all chocolate litter.

    ***Where is Chupa located?***
    Last edited by David Maddox; 09-17-2019 at 04:31 PM.
    We are only as good as those that surround us.

    Birthplace to:
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    •FC-BUTCH's DREAM CODE of TCR
    •FC-DREAM DANCIN'
    Gettin' Jiggy Widdit-MH
    Dancin' Dreamer Kate-MH (dam to FC-"FINN", several QAAs, 2-MNHs)

    RIP My girls Jiggy, and sweet mamas Dancy and Tip. We love and miss you all!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Littlejohn View Post
    David, I just judged that Rorem/Buddy dog to an Open win this weekend. Obviously I was impressed. Very watery, good looking dog too. Don't know anything about his pedigree.
    I agree with Mark although this is a dated post , I judged this dog in an Open this summer, he didn’t win but he is the dog that I remember impressing me the most despite his color.

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