Breeding Dog: Yukon of Marble Mountain

  • Call Name: Yukon
  • Color: Chocolate
  • Sex: Male
  • Birth Date: June 12, 2013
  • AKC #: SR78550001
  • Pointer: Yes

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Health Certifications

  • Hips OFA: Good LR-219209G31M
  • Elbows OFA: Normal LR-EL71617M31
  • Eyes CERF: Clear LR-EYE5209/16M
  • CNM: Clear Embark 4-12-17
  • EIC: Cleared by parentage
  • PRA: Clear Embark 4-12-17
  • HNPK: Clear Embark 4-12-17
  • Other Health: Yukon was cleared on 165 genetic markers found in canines

Description

Yukon was born at Lockdown Labs in Wilmot, South Dakota on June 12, 2013, from two outstanding parents: 4xGMPR Iowa Pointing Labs Grizzley SH (sire) and 3GMPR Lockdown Pipin Hot Arrowpoint (dam). Yukon has become everything we had hoped. He is a very friendly male with an intense hunting desire, strong natural pointing, and great love for retrieving. His pedigree has a more than eight Grand Master Pointing Retrievers, and 75% of the dogs in three generations are natural pointers. He has a medium, compact, athletic body on a dark chocolate frame and weighs in at 65 pounds.

Yukon has the following traits:

  • Friendly, fun-loving, gentle temperament
  • Strong natural pointing instinct
  • Attractive, dark chocolate, athletic body
  • Incredibly strong pointing Lab pedigree
  • Intense hunting desire and strong natural retrieve

Yukon's Pedigree

Yukon of Marble Mountain

4XGMPR Iowa Pointing Labs Grizzly SH (c) * Rattlin Ridge's Bronco Bill MH (c) FC Watermark’s Texas Welcome MH (b)
CP Kingland’s Have no Mercy MH (b) *
GMPR Sugar Bear of Started Pointing Labs JH (c) * GMPR BJ of Black Forrest MH (c) *
Black Forrest’s Abby (c)
2.5XGMPR Lockdown Labs Pipin Hot Arrowpoint (b) * 4xGMPR Wannamaker's Hot Tub SH (b) * Don’t Eat the Snow (c)
Wannamaker’s Ebony Jade (b) *
2.5xGMPR HRCH Lily Belle of Bearpoint JH (y) * 4xGMPR HR Bearpoint's Roll'n High Reno SH (y) *
4xGMPR SHR Elcanan's Roxy of Bearpoint JH (y) *

Red print signifies dog that has been recognized with an AKC, APLA, NAHRA, UKC or other title.
* Dog is either a natural pointer, or is known to pass on the pointing gene.