Labrador Retriever Studs

  - indicates a dog that requires approval to be used as a stud.  When using these studs, you may have to wait up to 24-hours to breed your bitch.  Dogs open for public stud can be used for breeding right now.

Dog Name SOP Color Owner Stud Fee
GCH CH Ashmeade Browning Kinda Guy 96.1 Chocolate AshmeadeKennels $100
GCH CH BsK Ranger 96.3 Chocolate Black Sky Kennels $100
GCH CH CDAshmeade Hickory Nights 96.0 Chocolate AshmeadeKennels $100
GCH CH Sunavas Night Changes 96.0 Chocolate AshmeadeKennels $100
GCH CH Storybrook Great Escape 96.0 Chocolate Storybrook $100
CH HR Navigator 95.9 Chocolate HaldirsRose $100
CH Storybrook The Saint 96.2 Chocolate Storybrook $100
CH Storybrook The Aviator 95.9 Black Storybrook $100
CH Storybrook Small Change 96.3 Black Storybrook $100
CH BsK Marksman 95.8 Yellow Black Sky Kennels $50
CH SK Night Of Courage 96.1 Chocolate Shortline Kennels $50
CH PI Frank Hardy 96.1 Chocolate Shortline Kennels $50
CH Regenhaus Alternate at Tavin 95.5 Black Treestand Kennel $25
CH Storybrook Breaking Bad 95.3 Yellow Yelp $25
CH Storybrook Captain Jack 95.3 Yellow Yolo jr $25
Sheladors Brown Bear 94.7 Chocolate Shelador $50
BsK Humphrey 95.9 Black Black Sky Kennels $50
Sheladors Extreme Dark Cocoa 94.1 Chocolate Shelador $50
BsK Hudson 95.9 Black Black Sky Kennels $50
Storybrook She Loves Me 95.9 Yellow Storybrook $50
BsK Hunter 95.8 Black Black Sky Kennels $50
BsK Hamish 95.8 Black Black Sky Kennels $50
Regenhaus Iron Rebel 95.5 Black Regenhaus $25
Sheladors Sun on my Back 93.1 Yellow Shelador $25
Storybrook World On Fire 95.7 Yellow Hahe $25


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