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                                                                                               Java  x  Big N pups are here!!             1 male available

                                                                                                       going to forever homes around March 23


Welcome to                      

Huntmaster Labs

                                            of Oklahoma

 We strive to produce the best
hunting and companion
dogs possible. 
We have the dog you are looking for;   whether your interests 

lie in hunting, in field or gundog trials

                                    or a great companion dog!



Our goals

 are to breed excellent quality


Gun Dog Labradors


that have the ability to excel in the field and make


 great companions,  family pets & hunt test dogs. 



Our dogs are worked

 with daily and are

hunted as much as possible. 


They have hunted

ducks, quail, pheasant,

chuckers and geese.




          Comments from a customer  ---       May 14, 2012


John and Kathy,

Sorry I’m just now getting in touch with you but I wanted to let you know my pup Mallie is doing.  She’s a female out of Kaluha and Charlie brown from the august litter. I attached a video of her doing some beginning doubles work. 

I cant tell you enough how pleased I am with this pup.  She is a retrieving machine!!  Very intense drive and willing to go all day long if you let her.  To date we’ve been through basic obedience and have just begun formal obedience, collar conditioning and FF.  She runs single marks well up to about 120 yds and are starting to increase her range this week.  Saturday I had her working in heavy to moderate cover for the first time and she was nailing marks up to 50 yds and has a good nose on her.  As you can see from the video, she’s pretty steady at the line already, (although she likes to try and creep a little bit! Lol).  I am anxiously looking forward to competing with her in hunt tests this fall, and even more so bringing her along to the duck blind with me.


You guys have a great thing going over there in Kingfisher, I have pointed some people your direction via word of mouth or internet forums.