Wildrose Kennels is the oldest and largest breeding and training facility in North America specializing in British Labradors.
Recognized twice by GARDEN & GUN MAGAZINE
"BEST OF THE SPORTING SOUTH", 2009 and 2011
Wildrose MississippiThe 143-acre training grounds in Oxford, Mississippi include seven water sources, one seasonal stream and a variety of fields and woodlands ideal for the development of outstanding waterfowl and upland game retrievers. We offer exposure to a variety of game, including ducks, quail, and pheasant, in the most realistic hunting environments possible to meet our clients' expectations.
The kennels are housed in four separate covered facilities. Each pen is constructed of 5 x 10 or 10 x 10 welded steel panels. The kennels are not enclosed to assure that dogs remain weather acclimated.
Health Care Facility
The 1750 sq. ft. health care facility offers the finest care for our puppies, dogs in training and mature animals. An on-site veterinarian technician administers our comprehensive health-care program. Individual health records are maintained on all litters and on each dog at Wildrose. Dogs in training receive a physical each month including dental cleaning and nail care. Wildrose takes great pride in providing each dog with the finest nutritional diet, clean facilities, and proper health care.
Wildrose ArkansasThe Wildrose river training facility is located in the picturesque Ozark Mountains along the Little Buffalo River just outside the quaint village of Jasper. The facility is located in the most rugged part of the Ozark Mountains offering exceptional training opportunities for hunting dogs and adventurers. (www.theozarkmountains.com)
The grounds include a spacious lodge with an English garden at riverside and two metal buildings on 39 acres of rough, rugged river terrain. The Little Buffalo River teaming with fish meanders for 2/3 of a mile on the east border of the property. We are only a stone's throw away from the Buffalo River National Park. The area is home to elk, bear, turkey and deer.
Wildrose ColoradoLocated at Clear Creek Ranch in Granite, Colorado, a 580 acre ranch formerly an Orvis-Endorsed fly-fishing destination, is host to one of our summer training programs for hunting dogs and adventure dog certification.
The ranch is located at 9,000 feet with Clear Creek meandering through the valley offering fast-moving, cold water mountain streams, willow marshes, ox-bow pools, all bordered by fabulous sagebrush country and dense forest. Bordering the ranch is direct access to Clear Creek Reservoir, public camping and The Colorado Trail. Fishing and rafting on the headwaters of the Arkansas River are just three miles away.
Wildrose Teton Valley, IdahoWildrose in partnerships with Blixt & Co., Teton Valley, ID offers world-class gundog experiences on the most athletic driven shooting grounds in North America. Blixt & Co. is known for its authentic driven shooting estates in Idaho which are synonymous with magnificent shoots abroad. Wildrose clients can benefit from the most intensive gundog training exposures available for their retrievers outside the United Kingdom.
Wildrose training staff operates onsite June through November annually offering training courses for basic (starter), seasoned and finished retrievers. Each dog will experience a diversity of rugged terrain, massive gunfire exposure and unmatched opportunities for game bird recovery on both driven and rough shooting walkups. On a shooting day, dogs are exposed to thousands of birds with the opportunity to pick up hundreds, affording unparalleled opportunities for retriever work.
Wildrose Labradors will be developed as superb wingshooting companions through our field-proven, uniquely balanced training methodology, The Wildrose Way. As always, our emphasis remains on steadiness, quiet and patient behaviors while afield combined with brilliant gamefinding abilities, the definition of a Gentleman's Gundog.
Contact Ryan Alderman, email@example.com, 228-218-6341, for training availability:
Contact Blixt & Co., firstname.lastname@example.org , 307-733-5450 for driven shooting opportunities.
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Wildrose on PremisesWildrose, in Oxford, operates a sporting accessories store offering the finest in training supplies and rugged, outdoor clothing. We are authorized dealers of Orvis, Filson and Beretta clothing and accessories. All items are field tested and approved by Wildrose staff. Visitors are welcome during business hours and you can shop online at www.wildrosetradingcompany.com.
Wildrose is a fulltime breeding and training facility. Visitors are welcome. Please call in advance of your arrival so we may schedule your visit.
Kennel Business Hours
Our normal business hours are:
8:00 to 11:30, 1:00 to 4:00, 7 days a week
8:00 to 5:00, Monday through Friday
9:00 to 4:00, Monday through Saturday
Wildrose Arkansas & Colorado
By Appointment Only
Driving DirectionsOxford Facility
The Wildrose Training facility is located 70 miles south of Memphis, Tennessee, just outside the town of Oxford, Mississippi. Leaving Oxford on Hwy. 6 east toward the town of Pontotoc, Mississippi, you would travel 12 miles past the Hwy. 7 exit. Exit right on county road 425 (12 miles east of Oxford). The facility is located 2.5 miles south on CR 425 on the right side of the roadway. CLICK HERE TO VISIT - SLIDESHOW!
Printable map and driving directions (.pdf document)
The Wildrose Arkansas Training Facility and lodge is located 2 miles north of Jasper, Arkansas, on scenic Hwy. 7. (By Appointment only) CLICK HERE TO VISIT - SLIDESHOW!
Map to Wildrose Kennels - Arkansas
Located 18 miles north of Buena Vista, Colorado, exit at Clear Creek Reservoir, follow North County Road 390 3 miles. CLICK HERE TO VISIT - SLIDESHOW!
Map to Wildrose Kennels - Colorado
Teton Valley, Idaho Facility
Directions to Wildrose Teton Valley From Driggs Idaho Take Hwy 33 towards Rexburg. Pass through Tetonia Turn Right onto Idaho Hwy 32 In 5.5 miles turn left onto Woodrush Rd. Proceed straight into the driveway. You will see a large metal quansite hut, small red house and the kennels are in the back.