All the Labs



Pondview Hawksmoor Alexander
 Can.Ch Tormentil Chablais Charlie Lad x Hawksmoor Bounty CD RN
If any dog could be sweeter than Bounty, it is Alex. Our first yellow and our first boy in Bounty's first litter, we knew when he was born that he would stay at Pondview. My husband named him  Alexander the Great but he is most often called Bubby.  He adores the snow and we say that it is because of his Canadian blood since his father is from Chablais Labradors in Quebec. He is a happy-go-lucky boy, devoted to his family but definitely a clown. I have never heard him growl. I don't think he has it in him. He has a wonderful deep happy bark, all the while wagging his tail.


Hawksmoor Pondview Meadowlark (retired)
 Ch Saltmeadow Knight School x Hawksmoor Bounty CD RN
 
Meadow is the peacemaker in our pack, making sure that everyone is behaving and intervening when Glory and Caroline engage in rough play. Her hobbies are eating grass, and chasing after any ball that is not thrown for her. Just like her half brother and her mother, she has a very sweet temperament. She has lots of nicknames, Meadzy and MeadyMoo are the most popular.

Hawksmoor Pondview James CGC, RN
 

 

James is my special boy from a special girl, Vixen, who died much too young. He was born an old soul; never a crazy silly puppy. He is thoughtful and enjoys watching rather than joining in the play with the rest. Although his name is "James" after James Taylor, he has many nicknames: Jim, Jimmy James, Jimmy Bean or Jimmy Cocopuff. He lives for the retrieve and is rarely without a ball or bumper in his mouth. As my mama's boy, he is often found lying on my feet.