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I would like to know wher I can find information on hunt test for labs? I'm hopfully getting a pup this spring would like to get started in going to these test and just want to know what all they have to do and know. The sire and dame from that are having the litter are both jr hunters working to sr hunters and I would like to possibly build up these titles with my dog in the future thanks for any info.
 

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go to www.entryexpress.net

open an account. ( it's free)

look under AKC hunt test

will give u every hunt test available to u

if u have any question please feel free to contact me anytime...

good luck to u and ur new pup...
 

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If your dog meets these requirments then Yes

Retriever Hunting Tests
Eligible Breeds
All dogs six months of age or older from the following breeds are eligible to participate in Retriever Hunting Tests:

AKC Recognized and FSS Breeds
•American Water Spaniels (effective 4/1/11)
•Barbet (effective 9/1/12)
•Boykin Spaniels (effective 12/1/11)
•Chesapeake Retrievers
•Curly-Coated Retrievers
•Drentsche Patrijshond (Drent) (effective 9/1/12)
•Flat-Coated Retrievers
•German Shorthaired Pointer (effective 9/1/11)
•German Wirehaired Pointer (effective 9/1/11)
•Golden Retrievers
•Labrador Retrievers
•Irish Water Spaniels
•Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retrievers
•Spinone Italiano (effective 7/1/11)
•Standard Poodles
•Vizsla (effective 9/1/11)
•Weimaraner (effective 9/1/11)
•Wirehaired Pointing Griffon (effective 7/1/11)


•Dogs of these breeds recorded with the Purebred Alternative Listing Program/Indefinite Listing Privilege (PAL/ILP) or dogs with Conditional registration are eligible to participate.
•Spayed and neutered dogs are eligible to participate.
•Bitches in season are not eligible to participate.
•Dogs with Limited Registration are eligible to participate.
 

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Is that a complete list of eligible breeds? I note that the English Springer Spaniel isn't listed but the Boykins and Water Spaniels are. I was planning on running my ESS in some Lab hunt tests this year but according to your list, it ain't gonna happen.
 

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thanks for the info I'm going to look into the nprc club. looks like they are in my local area for trianing and someone local to talk to.
 

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You can't go wrong with those guys/gals... I know quite a few of them, ALOT of experience in that group and some of the best dogs you'll ever see!
 
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