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Got Game Bird Dogs is a small kennel located outside of Manhattan KS.  Jesse and Kelli Nelson, along with their children, Will, Olivia and Lucy, raise Golden Retrievers, Labradors, and Doodles.  It was decided that breeding both of the American favorite, child friendly, and hunting breeds would be a positive experience for their children and teach some important life lessons along the way; especially in the area of responsibility and caring for others. Then the popularity of the doodle was noted. This is what led to the start of the kennels, Got Game Goldens, with three golden retrievers, Laci, Sumo, and Bear. Then there is Brock, of Got Game Labs, the white Labrador stud.  Pearl is Brock’s mate. She is a beautiful white english female. Finally, with Got Game Doodles, are Claritin "Claire" and Allegra "Alle" for the avid hunter with hypoallergenic needs! Jokes aside, Doodles make excellent hunting dogs.  Got Game Bird Dogs is licensed through the Kansas Department of Agriculture and has certification of satisfactory inspection through the American Kennel Club.  See license below.

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In 1984 my dad bought me my firs love, “Casey.” Casey was a beautiful chocolate Lab. He was my best friend, went everywhere with me, and my childhood friends all, to this day, remember him. We breed quality Labrador’s (Golden’s and Doodles) with the idea in mind that each pup could be some little girl’s (or boys) best friend.

In 1984 my dad bought me my firs love, “Casey.” Casey was a beautiful chocolate Lab. He was my best friend, went everywhere with me, and my childhood friends all, to this day, remember him. We breed quality Labrador’s (Golden’s and Doodles) with the idea in mind that each pup could be some little girl’s (or boys) best friend.

When Casey passed away in 1996, I spent considerable time looking for someone to fill that void. Jonny (pictured at top as a puppy) was my next love. Jonny “Jondog” finished high school with me, went to college with me, was there when I got my first teaching job, and stood at the door to greet me when I brought home my son from the hospital. The pictures of both Casey and Jondog hang in our shop to remind us why we do what we do.

When Casey passed away in 1996, I spent considerable time looking for someone to fill that void. Jonny (pictured at top as a puppy) was my next love. Jonny “Jondog” finished high school with me, went to college with me, was there when I got my first teaching job, and stood at the door to greet me when I brought home my son from the hospital. The pictures of both Casey and Jondog hang in our shop to remind us why we do what we do.