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Pet Parade

Courtesy photo / Chris Urstad and Gary Larose Hangar Labs (L-R) Cinder is the old black lab, Chignik is the new, months old lab pup, followed by Kvichak (Kwee-Jack), named after the legendary Bristol Bay river near Naknek in Southwestern Alaska. The three black labs are bird hunting partners for their aviator masters. When not at home or in the field, they’re at their respective hangars, either Gary Larose’s or Chris Urstadt’s.

Pet Parade

Hangar Labs

Courtesy photo / Chris Urstadt and Gary Larose (L-R) Cinder is the old black lab, Chignik is the new, months old lab pup, followed by Kvichak (Kwee-Jack), named after the legendary Bristol Bay river near Naknek in Southwestern Alaska. The three black labs are bird hunting partners for their aviator masters. When not at home or in the field, they’re at their respective hangars, either Gary Larose’s or Chris Urstadt’s.

Courtesy photo / Chris Urstadt and Gary Larose
(L-R) Cinder is the old black lab, Chignik is the new, months old lab pup, followed by Kvichak (Kwee-Jack), named after the legendary Bristol Bay river near Naknek in Southwestern Alaska. The three black labs are bird hunting partners for their aviator masters. When not at home or in the field, they’re at their respective hangars, either Gary Larose’s or Chris Urstadt’s.