British Labrador Sires
Here are the sires that make up Mossy Oak Kennels. This lineup is full of elite men who do their jobs well. They have proven themselves tremendous hunters and produce the best British Lab puppies a hunter will find.
Timbo belongs to Neill Haas and is without a doubt the most focused lab we have ever seen in both hunting and training scenarios. He is more serious than any other hunter in the blind. He has proven to produce some of the best dark red hunting companions a hunter could ask for.
HRCH Eagle Bend's Big Easy MH MNR "Nola". Nola has never failed a Finished or Master test. He passed the 2021 AKC Master National as a 3 year old and received his second AKC Master National pass in 2023. Nola also has made as far as the 4th series in the Grand in 2022. Nola will continue to run these events in the future in hopes of attaining a Hall of Fame status.
Nola is also an incredible duck hunter having picked up several thousand birds in his tenure. Nola is all business in the blind and his drive transfers over. Nola is a great handling dog and even better marker. Nola is also a delightful companion to have around camp or the house as he has the exemplary on/off switch of the british breed.
Astraglen Cooper “Cooper”, a black-yellow factored Lab, that we imported from the United Kingdom, is an exceptional specimen of a British Labrador and has a truly outstanding pedigree. In fact, it is in my opinion he is the best pedigreed male in our kennel. Of the thirty dogs in his four (4) generation pedigree he has twenty- three (23) Field Trial Champions (FTCH) and six (6) Field Trial Winners (FTW) and one exceptional pick dog. Cooper is highly trained and excels on both waterfowl and uplands. He has loads of drive but responds instantly to commands. Cooper has good hips, normal elbows, clear eyes, and is clear on all essential DNA recessive genes. He has excellent conformation and meets the British Standard for Labrador Retrievers. We are proud to have him as one our top stub dogs at the
Fitz belongs to Daniel Haas and was sired by Timbo. Fitz carries a lot the same traits that make Timbo one of the finest retrievers we've ever seen: Intense drive and focus in the field along. Fitz also possesses a calm and loving demeanor that makes him an amazing family dog.
Middlebrook Bruno of Oncote , call name “Cole”, was imported from Northern Ireland in August of 2020. He is a big boned black Labrador and has loads of style and drive in the field but is calm in the house. He has seven Field Trial Champions and three Field Trial Winners in his three generation pedigree. Coles manners in the field are second to none, he is steady to shot and fall, quiet in the duck blind, and works exceptionally well on uplands. We classify him as a finished gun dog. He has good hips, normal elbows, clear eyes and tested clear on all his DNA recessive gene test. We are looking for some exceptional litters out of his breedings.
Ross is a Fox Red, Field Trial Winner that we imported from England. He has 30 Field Trial Champions and 11 Field Trial Winners in his five generation pedigree. His confirmation is excellent. he has a wide head, wide shoulders and an otter tail. Ross has an excellent nose and as evidenced by his natural game finding ability. He has picked hundreds if not thousands of birds and rabbits in the United Kingdom. Ross is a welcomed addition to our breeding cadre.
Mossy Oak’s Timbo Bill “Bill”, is a medium yellow dog that we whelped here at the kennel and is named after our own Mister Bill. He is a prodigy of Mossy Oak Timbo and Mossy Oaks Fern. Like Timbo, his sole purpose in life is to hunt-he is driven. Once cast you best be out of his way because he leaves with his engine running wide open and his afterburner kicked in. His conformation meets or exceeds the Labrador standard. Bill tested clear on his ten (10) DNA recessive gene test. Because of his age, under two (2) years, his elbow, hip and eye certifications are pending.
Skerryview Casanova Caiden, call name “Grouse”, is a fox red male Labrador that we recently imported from the United Kingdom for resale. He is representative of the quintessential British lab-a wide head wide shoulders and an otter tail. Grouse is fully trained. He is steady to shot and fall, an excellent marker, stops on the whistle and takes cast to the left, right and back, runs long blinds, always delivers to hand, and is a pleasure to work. Grouse’s highly developed olfactory senses make him a very desirable natural game finder. He drives out hard and comes back in just as hard on both land and water. In my opinion, at 2 years and 9 months of age, he is one of the best young dogs that we have imported. In fact, we like him so much that, before we offer him for sale, in the next couple of weeks, we will breed him to our dark fox red female, Astraglen Jewel.
Goose has a switch that is turned on when hunting, but off in the house. His conformation is representative of the breed standard. He has a wide head and chest, with an otter tail. Like all of our sires, Goose is an excellent hunting companion and is equally good on land and water.