Sire: Afinmore Alain JW ShCm
Dam: Magnavalleys Paint It Black

D.O.B:  09/12/2017
Colour: Chocolate

B.V.A eye scheme: Unaffected 05/06/2018

Hip Score :-

Elbow:-

Optigen P.R.A: Hereditary Clear

C.N.M: Hereditary Clear

H.N.P.K: Hereditary Clear

E.I.C: Clear

D.M: Clear

SD2: Clear

***Multi Crufts Qualified 2019***

Louis is our new addition, from Florence’s first litter . He is a cheeky, cheerful little boy , full of mischief. He is fitting in well with the rest of his lab relatives, being quick to learn to be respectful of his elders . We are very excited about him joining his Mum & Uncle Finn in the showring later in the summer, it’s been a long time since I’ve shown a chocolate!! But for the time being he’s going to enjoy being a gorgeous puppy.
Louis had his debut in the showring at The Labrador Retriever Championship Show, though not placed he was shortlisted to the last 8 in a fantastic class of 18 minor Puppy dogs. He was 6mths on the day & took it in his stride.
He has carried on his success in the showring winning many first places & group placings at Open Shows . WE are delighted that Louis has qualified for Crufts 2019, being placed 3rd in a very strong minor puppy class at Paignton Championship Show, & again at Bournemouth Ch Show , Richmond Championship show , West of England Labrador Retriever club Championship show ,where he was also awarded Best Chocolate in Show.  What  a little star.

Judges  Critique:- “Magnavalleys Man On The Moon “ Appealing 7 mth old chocolate dog, very well put together for his age. Well laid shoulders , nice depth of chest , good topline & tailset , & turn of stifle. Moved with drive . Still a baby but time on his side to mature well . Best Puppy & Gundog Puppy Group 4.

Louis had a super day out at Richmond Ch Show & was placed second in his last minor puppy class & second in his first puppy class …

Judge’s Critique:- Mr Robin Pollock (Pollham)

” Magnavalleys Man On The Moon, Good head, soft expression, short coupled body, front & rear well developed, moved well , close up to first”