Everso
Proud...
The dogs below are results of our breeding program here at Everso Labrador Retrievers, and
are successful competitors in their respective fields. Some have become therapy or service
dogs aiding those in need. We are Everso proud of the dogs and their humans for the work they
do and the things they have accomplished.
Rae Rae Everso Labrador Retrievers
Everso Raspberry Beret
Out of our wonderful Cabela! "Rae Rae" is Am. Ch. major pointed.
She is much loved and owned by Maren McCleary.
Everso's Winchester Black Diamond RN,CGC,ThD
Registered Pet Partners Therapy Dog
Chester
Frozen semen available
Everso's Elizabeth
"Lizzie"
CH Springcreek's Remington's Chunk X
Everso's Syncronize This WC
Everso's Melody Maker
"Marley" is CH pointed and a multiple Best of Breed winner

Multi BISS CH Julesby Hey Good Lookin'  X  
 Everso's Under The Cherry
Moon
Owned by:
J.C. Lawson, Cody, Wyoming
"Chester"
Multi BISS CH Blackwings Laffite X
Intl. Ch. Beau Mondes Cabela Girl CGC
OFA Good, Elbows Normal, CERF
He's the second therapy dog I trained and by far the most
"natural".  Chester was first in class in Basic Obedience,
flew through the AKC Canine Good Citizen test, and is
now registered with Pet Partners (
www.deltasociety.org)
as my pet partner.  We work at Swedish Medical Center
on a weekly basis and our big handsome boy brings a lot
of joy wherever he goes. Stefanie, you truly breed Labs
for conformation and temperament and Chester is no
exception!"
Lizzie is a Paw Pals dog.
she is going to be a tank (nice conformation). She will be appearing in our 2009
Paw Pals Calendar. I’ve attached the calendar shot for you to see. She is going to
be Miss May.  For this calendar, we took photos of our dogs with the Colorado
State Patrol, Florissant and Pueblo Fire Departments, the Colorado Springs K9,
SWAT and Patrol Divisions, the Paws to Read Program, El Paso County Search and
Rescue and the California Highway Patrol. It has been a blast and I’ll be sending it
to the printer next week. I’ll let you know when it comes out.
We had a booth in a huge craft fair this past weekend and she was a hit with the
patrons. Her little nubbins just catches everyone’s attention and makes them
smile!
Thank you for everything Stefanie"
"Key"
Key is a recent graduate of Freedom Service Dogs and
now serves Josh to increase his quality of life by
assisting him in daily activities.
Ch. Remington Jessmor Walk On By JH  X  Everso's Under the Cherry Moon
"Gunner"
Stefanie,
I imagine you remember Gunner, the one year old I got from you in
April of 2007.  He doing great and I'd like to post his pictures and info
about him.
We got our first Labrador in 1980 after considerable research into the
best dog for our family and 30 years later we find it is still our choice.  
We didn't get Gunner until he was almost one as we wanted to adopt a
Lab after our last Lab passed away.  The human kids were older and
gone from home and so the pressure wasn't on to get a puppy.  Of all
the Labs we have had Gunner is most friendly and easy going
everyone is his friend or will soon be his friend he's very insistent.  I
was inspired to get Gunner certified as a therapy dog after reading
about other dogs on your web site.  As of October 2009, Gunner is a
Delta Therapy Dog.  His first "job' was to work with second grade
autistic kids.  He endeared himself to the whole school and he can't wait
until next school year to see who will be his fan club.
Gunner has one brother,Parker who is 9.  Parker was just diagnosed
with aggressive bone cancer so playing and biking with Gunner is out
and Gunner's therapy dog instincts are kicking in as he follows Parker
around the house offering toys and comfort.

Sincerely,
Christine
Albuquerque, NM
Another Everso Pet Partner's Dog
"Caleb"
Hi Stefanie,
I wanted to update you on Caleb, the last little guy we got from you. He is now in advanced training with me and is
just now mature enough to settle into the more intense training. He is a very sturdy boy and gorgeous as all get out.
When he came to me from his puppy raiser in San Diego in October, he was very immature, not focused, and high
energy. Since he has been here, we've worked on rules and etiquette in the house and out and about, and he is
conforming to the them.
Just recently, he's become very lovely and cuddly. I really like him and hope
that he continues to train well. Please enjoy the pictures and know that
he's in great hands and doing very well so far!!

Thanks again for a wonderful boy.
Sandy
Paw Pals Assistance Dogs