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Your asking alot, low end of the pole for a quality bred dog, and then looking for a specific shade of color, good luck it may take you along time. Your not likely going to be able to find a dog with any health clearences for that kind of money. I recommend waiting a year double the money you plan on spending and then start your search.

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I completely agree. For $700-800 you get a dog with all health clearances from a reputable breeder. That can save you a lot in the long run. Would be tough and potentially expensive to deal with bad hips, eyes or something like EIC. Plus, the puppy is the cheap part... Consider all the food, shots, first aid items, training supplies, crate, etc.

If you can manage to save a bit more, I have a good breeder I could refer you to. I got a black lab pup from him with all clearances and he's showing great potential as a hunting dog.

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I was looking for the same thing for over a year, I finally picked one up a few weeks ago. It is not ivory but very light yellow. Be prepared to spend a long time looking or up the amount your willing to spend.

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spend the extra money now. It will save you much much more in the long run on health problems.

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If you are looking for the "Ivory" phase of the yellow lab be prepared for more of a yellow later in the dogs life. My boy just happened to be pure white his first couple years but has gotten more yellow as the years have gone by. He still is fairly white but nothing like he was his first years. I got him for under $200 with papers but it was a friend's backyard breeding.

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