Landry's Lone Star Labradors

Landry's Lone Star Labradors has access to over 10,000 acres of excellent training grounds. Dogs will be trained in different kinds of terrain and a variety of water situations to complete their program.


Various levels of training programs are offered to fit the customer's needs:

  • Gun Dog Program/Complete Basic Program and Handling Program - approximately 4 months for non-handling dogs and 6 months for handling dogs
  • A complete Basic Program and Transition for Field Trial and Hunt Test dogs

  Advanced Program for All Age Dogs and Master Hunters

  • Field Trial, Derby and Qualifying
  • Hunt Test- Master, Senior, Junior


Landry's Lone STar Labradors Trainers
Three littermateLandry's Lonestar Labradors Trainers brothers place in the Derby at the Triple DQ in Norco, LA.

It is highly recommended that training begins at 5 months of age for Hunt Test or Gun Dogs; for Field Trial puppies, 12 weeks. Before that time, you may expose your puppy, at first, to shallow water on warm days. Also, introduce your puppy to birds.  Rubber bumpers will be used in training, so alternate with your puppy a bumper most of the time, with a bird occasionally. This should always be a "fun time" with no pressure. 

Dogs are transported in a 12-hole custom-made, stainless steel trailer equipped with exhaust fans and 30-gallon water tank. Also, a 2-hole custom-made, dog box with fans is in the bed of the truck. Fourteen dogs can be trained and carried at one time.

Every dog is personally trained by Francis Landry who has been competing dogs since 1984. He has titled many Master Hunter, Senior Hunter, and Junior Hunters.  He has won many Derbys and Qualifyings.