We do not have any puppies available at this time and do not have any planned litters for 2018 or 2019.
Photos and videos of previous litters can be seen on our Facebook page.
For information about our upcoming litters or for referrals to other breeders, please email us.
Labrador Retriever puppies are so much fun, but they are also a lot of work. They require supervision, training, veterinary care and lots of time and love.
As Labradors are retrievers, they are often very oral, meaning that they like to put just about anything in their mouths.. this means chewing on furniture, your prized leather boots, fingers, etc.
Labradors also shed... a LOT. Be prepared to find their hair on every piece of clothing, in your freezer, in the drawers, etc. No matter how much you clean, vacuum and brush your Labrador, it gets everywhere.
If you are looking for more information about Labradors, please read this article and these FAQs.
We are a hobby kennel and only breed a litter when we are keeping a puppy for ourselves. Prior to breeding a litter, both the dam and sire have thorough health testing (OFA hips/elbows/cardiac/eyes, genetic testing for EIC, PRA and other conditions).
All puppies are sold on AKC limited registration with a mandatory spay/neuter contract, which means that they cannot be bred. Limited registration allows the owners to enter all performance events such as rally, obedience or hunt tests, other than conformation
Puppies are whelped and raised in our home until they go to their new homes around 7-8 weeks in age. They receive plenty of human and dog interaction, as well as introductions to many household noises and items. Puppies are dewormed multiple times, receive their first vaccine and microchip before they go to their new homes.
We carefully evaluate the puppies' temperaments and match them with the buyers based on compatibility. Typically we don't choose our puppy until 6-7 weeks of age.