Big Sky News
January 1, 2020
We have new process
for reserving your
Big Sky puppy.
Please go to the "Reservations Page."
Annie X Cooper—All Black
Joplin X Rocko—All Chocolate
Molly X Bullet—All Yellow
These 3 litters are all due
Mid March 2021. Puppies will
he ready to go to new homes
Mid May 2021.
Get your reservation in now. Go to the reservations page.
Big Sky Going For The Gold Litter
Big Sky Baby’s Got Her Blue Jeans
Big Sky Box O' Chocolates Litter
Big Sky Historic Towns Litter
Big Sky Charlie's Angels Litter
Big Sky Rock & Roll Litter
Big Sky Jazz Legends Litter
Big Sky Country Music Litter
The video is of Ticca,
a four month old
Cooper X Pepper Big Sky Lab pup. Kevin Hall is her owner in Washington State. Really nice work with her Kevin. That's a bird dog folks! Pepper is a full sister to DeCan's Baby's Got Her Blue Jeans On, aka Ms. xBlue.
DeCan's Big Sky Dillon
Goes To A Wyoming Veteran!
Thank You For Your Service Branden!
DeCan's Big Sky Lincoln
Goes Free of Charge To A Wounded Warrior in Billings, MT.
Thank you for your service Mackay!
Meet Sgt. (Retired) Mackay Mathiason and his beautiful family. Mackay's crew drove from Billings to Missoula, MT to pick up their new Labrador Retriever pup, DeCan's Big Sky Lincoln. Sgt. Mathiason served in Mosul, Iraq where he was severely wounded. He received multiple commendations and The Purple Heart for his service. Big Sky Labs has recently gotten involved with The Wounded Warriors of Montana. The Mathiason family was the first to receive a free Big Sky pup. We hope to give more pups in the future. This entire family has sacrificed for our country. Thank you for your service Mathiason family!
What Makes A Big Sky Lab Great?
If you want a great bird dog, get a dog from great bird dog lines. The only way you can truly know that the sire and dam of your pup is a great bird dog is to either hunt behind them, or to look at the pedigree and titles behind the dog. Great field trial retrievers have been rigorously tested and their offspring can be counted on to carry these same genes. It's just that simple. Taking a Labrador Retriever through a field trial championship is an amazing accomplishment that take years, and $1,000's of dollars in training and campaigning expenses. When the dog becomes a National Champion, you have a one in a million Lab. Bottom line is that when you want a great field Labrador Retriever, go to the great field trial lines to get a great bird dog. At Big Sky Retrievers the linage of our bird dogs is as good as it gets.
The second part of the equation for Big Sky Retrievers is family. Every week I get a call or two from people who have recently lost their best friend or hunting partner--a cherished Labrador or Golden Retriever. At Big Sky Retrievers we believe that the best way to recover from the loss of one of these great dogs is to get a great Golden or Lab puppy. A pup that was bred for the field, but also bred to be a devoted family friend who is able to wind down in front of the fireplace or lay his head in his master's hands for a little rub behind the ears. We so enjoy being able to send these special people home with a new friend, not to replace their old pal, but to move on, and begin enjoying life again. It's important for you to know that we sell Family & Field Labs. and Goldens. We sell a lot of pups to loving, non hunting homes. Can I tell you a secret? I've never met a Lab who was distraught about not going hunting, if he was loved and cared for by folks who thought he was great. Tennis ball or pheasant, a Big Sky Labrador Retriever is a dog for everyone in the family.