“Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and your plans will succeed.” Proverbs 16:3
Turkey Creek Labradors would like to thank all who have purchased a puppy from us. We also appreciate all the updates on our puppies.
Turkey Creeks Prospect Midnight Parker--1/26/2015
Just thought I would send a note of thanks and a brief update. Parker - from Goose &
Reno's litter of February 2012 - recently finished his second season of pheasant hunting.
He's become a phenomenal upland dog, and he began giving us full, beautifully styled points
the second trip afield this season. Rock solid points ever since, he's been a joy to hunt
behind. Parker has become everything you advertise - great in the field and and an extremely
loving and gentle Lab around the family.
On an aside, we had a rare treat on a hunt early this season. Purely coincidental, three
of us with pups from Turkey Creek pulled into the Westborough, Massachusetts Hunting Preserve.
It seemed too good to pass up, so we had the three dogs - Parker, Gemma (from Goose and Cheyenne,
June 2012) and Gus (a 2009 litter) - spend the morning hunting together. Good hunt and great
fun watching the dogs from Turkey Creek work so well together.
Thanks again and best wishes for 2015
...I purchased a pup from you last spring out of Georgia and Lincoln's
litter. It's hard to believe Tucker is already a year old. First off, I can't even tell
you how many compliments I've had on what a beautiful dog he is! One word that describes
Tucker is ENERGY...and with that comes DESIRE! He has a motor that never quits. He had an
outstanding first year of pheasant hunting: handled great, retrieved a ton of birds, and is
showing signs of having an excellent nose. He absolutely loves the water, can't keep him out!
He made several water retrieves on waterfowl...we just need to polish up on some "etiquette"
issues and handling skills, but that will come. Just wanted to give an update on one of your
pups and tell you thanks. The one picture is of Tucker and my 11 year son with their first
pheasant of their hunting careers! I was one proud Dad! Thanks again, Paul Schamber
Turkey Creek's Ace High Flush--3/2/2015
...I bought a pup from you a few years back and I wanted to give you an update and also ask a few questions.
My dog Ace (Turkey Creek's Ace High Flush) from a Goose/Sage litter is 6 yrs old now and doing great.
He's an excellent upland and waterfowl dog, hasn't slowed down a step, and has had no health issues.
I get lots of compliments on him whenever I hunt with someone new. I've included a couple pictures of
him in case you're interested in checking them out. Thanks for your time, hope all is well! Lars Fricke
We got Red from Lincoln and Georgia's litter last spring 2014 and as duck hunting season approaches we just wanted to thank you guys again for producing such
high quality dogs! Not only is he the best hunting dog we have ever had, but his energy and personality have made him a beloved member of our family as well. He
clocked in at 81lbs of pure muscle at his last vet appt, loves pheasant hunting, retrieving off the dock, and ice fishing. This fall he will get on ducks for the f
irst time and between his natural instinct and drive to impress we feel this will be his new favorite activity! Keep doing what you guys are doing and thank you
again! Emily Cuchna and Nick Notch
4 months old today and weighed in at 38 pounds last week at the vet! What an amazing young dog! No matter where we go with him he gets all the attention. Has
been pointing and retrieves nicely on our training walks. Can't wait to get him going on some live birds. Hope you and your family have enjoyed a great summer!
Tim Stampl, WI
This is long overdue. I bought a female pup back in 2013 by Zuess and out of Sage. I named her Lexi. Best addition to mine and my family's life. At the time of the purchase I was recovering from couple of surgeries. It didn't take long for her endless energy to get me motivated.
She quickly became the center of attention on our ranch making it "Lexi Land". Right away it became obvious that her energy was matched by her intelligence when training started. Every thing seemed to come to her effortlessly in the comprehension of the commands. Which I'm sure came from such a strong instinct to hunt, very strong. She's also protective and attentive over all of the children in our family and all of the other animals.
Her first year in the field started slow, but once she applied our training the concept of flushing and retrieving was just too easy for her. I then started hunting her with my brothers dogs. Respecting other dogs was difficult for her, Evan big 120lb. Male labs. That's when she started mimicking other dogs and holding point on birds. I'm still amazed almost everyday by how smart she is. This year we hunt almost everyday, sometimes twice a day. Now she can evan tell the difference between hens and roosters. She gives me looks of disbelief when I miss my shots, but her anticipation for the next flushed bird is just infectious.
I can't thank you enough for such a beautiful, smart, well bred dog. She has added a lot of joy and happiness to me.
Again, Thank you.
My name is Marcy Adams daughter of Mike Adams. I got this black lab (Max) 10 years ago on Christmas Eve. To do this day he is the best present I have ever received. We love Max so much we decided to get Mitch in July 2007.
I wanted to send you this photo in appreciation for the best dog a girl could as for!
The Adams Family