9 m0nth yellow male available
Windswept came to be my
kennel name about 1967, when I started raising and showing Borzoi. I
showed them in conformation and obedience, and produced many champions and
obedience titles. The Borzoi did especially well at specialties. I
had to give it up in the mid 70s when I had 3 teenagers that kept me too
busy to continue. In 1984, I acquired my first Labrador Retriever. Her
name was Windswept Impish Ms Somebody. She was black and the light
of my life. "Sunny" loved to hunt and fish and we had a lot of
fun together. When she was two years old and had her hip and eye
clearances, I bred her. She had twelve pups. Somehow I got
kept by a yellow male, who I named Windswept Somebody's Spark and called
I am a small breeder, in Central New York, near Binghamton, and take pride in the dogs I show and the puppies I raise. I am now in my eighth generation of Windswept Labrador Retrievers.
I have just purchased another Borzoi, that I am also going to show, so I guess I will be busy.
The AKC Parent Club of the Labrador Retriever ~ position on Silvers:
SILVER coat color in LABRADORS-----Official Statement:
There is no genetic basis for the silver gene in Labradors. The silver color is a disqualification
under the Standard for the breed. The LRC does NOT recognize, accept or condone the sale or
advertising of any Labrador as a silver Labrador. The Club opposes the practice of registering silver as chocolate
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