105 Mark Layne Rd
Weatherford, TX 76088




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Ella, is very athletic muscular thick body with blocky head. She loves the water in all weather conditions from 4 degrees and ice on her chest to mid- summer Texas temperatures. She has attended multi- AKC hunt test and earned 3 of 4 passes needed for Junior Hunter Title.
DOB: 2/24/15
Color: Silver
Weight: 75lbs
Health Clearances: none
Registration: Limited 
Disposition: Friendly around people: men, women and children. Friendly around other dogs.
Training: Collar conditioned,Basic Obedience (sit, here, heel, lay, wait, no jump, no bark, kennel) Ella has been conditioned in the areas of obedience in parks. She knows the cue “mark”, steady to gunfire, sit and here on whistle, She is doing single and double retrieves at 100-150 yards on Land and 50-70 yards in Water. Ella has retrieved both dead and crippled ducks and been conditioned on decoys. We raised for our breeding program but Ella has vaginal prolapse and surgery. Ella is a started Hunt Retriever ready for a good hunting home.


  •                     Your New Puppy/Retrievers Current Diet


    • Feeding your puppy when he is less than 6 months old

    Most puppies are fully weaned at about six to eight weeks old, and once your puppy is weaned, you should feed him three scheduled feedings a day. It may be tempting to feed your puppy whenever he seems hungry, but establishing a feeding schedule is an important part of your puppy’s training, and it can give you a better sense of when your puppy will need to go outside.

    • Feeding your puppy when he is 6 months to a year old

    When your puppy is about six months old, you should change scheduled feedings to twice a day until your puppy is mature: once in the morning and once in the evening. Feeding your puppy scheduled meals can help you monitor how much he is eating, which is an important way to help keep your puppy at an ideal weight.

    • Feeding your puppy when he is more than a year old

    Once your puppy reaches maturity, you can feed him once or twice a day. Most puppies reach maturity when they are about one year old, but large breed puppies take up to two years to reach maturity. Your puppy’s bag of food should have feeding instructions on the label, but if you’re not sure when to switch your puppy to an adult food, you can always ask your veterinarian.

    No matter how old your puppy is, it’s important to stick to a schedule and feed your puppy at the same time every day. Establishing a routine can help keep his digestive system regular — and make house-training easier.

    • Feeding your puppy its current diet: Diamond Naturals Large Breed Puppy  this product can be purchased at Tractor Supply Co., and we recommend this until 18 months of age).
    • Your Puppies Current Feeding schedule 3 times daily.
    • Diet change of dog food at 18 months: (we recommend giving 1/3rd of selected adult dog food mix with 2/3rds of routine diet for first day then give 2/3rds of selected adult dog food mix with 1/3rd of routine diet for second day and feed normal serving size of 3/3rds adult dog food on third day. 
    • Your Retrievers Current Feeding schedule 2 times daily.
    • Feeding your Retriever its current diet: Wholesome Fish Meal and Rice Formula by Spormix this product can be purchased at Tractor Supply Co., and recommend after 18 months of age).