Question - What is the cost for one of your pups?
Answer - At this time we sell our pups, male or female for $1800 for black, chocolate, yellow, and fox red.
Question - What is the cost for a deposit on one of your pups?
Answer - The deposit is $150 and is not refundable, only transferable until the puppy is 7 weeks of age. At 7 weeks of age if the deposit holder
no longer wants to commit to the puppy that we are holding for them then the deposit can be transferred to a pup from a future litter or forfeited. In order to hold a puppy we
need to know the gender and color of pup that you want.
Question - How are pups selected from a litter?
Answer - Pups are selected based on the order that deposits are received. Deposit holders are able to select pups inthe order that deposits for a litter
are received. Pup selection from a litter is done when the pups are ready for their new home.
Question - Do you breed English Labradors?
Answer - Yes. The majority of our Labradors are what many people would refer to as English Labradors. We refer to the physical characteristics ourour Labradors
as English type which means that a Labrador will have a square, boxy head with a short muzzle. They will have significant bone and muscle in their front legs and chest and will present
slightly shorter than what an American bred Labrador would.
Question - Does the color of the Labrador dictate behaviors and physical health?
Is there any difference in temperament, physcial soundness, and overall health in Labradors based
on their coat color, i.e. "Are chocolate Labradors more prone to skin problems, are they more
hyper than black or yellow Labradors?"
Answer - We are asked this question quite a bit and I always give the same answer the only
that coat color dictates is what color hair you will have to vacuum or sweep up in your house. One
has to remember that in a given litter all three colors can be present. We believe it is hard to say that one puppy would be
better than another puppy in its litter based on its coat color considering the pups have the same parents
Question - What steps are done to ensure that a puppy is healthy?
Answer - All pups will have a complete physical from our veterinarian. We utilize Animal Clinic Northview in North Ridgeville, OH. Pup will have at
least two shots; neopar which is a parvo specific vaccine and a DHLPP booster shot as well. Pups will also be wormed several times prior to going to their new home.
Question - Do the pups have their dew claws removed?
Answer - Yes. All pups are taken to the vet prior to one week of age to have their dews removed. Occasionally a dew claw will grow back, however
it is not that common.
Question - Will my pup be microchipped?
Answer - Yes. All pups are microchipped using a Home Again chip that we get from the American Kennel Club. Your information can be registered to your
pup's microchip number when you register your pup with the AKC.
Question - Should I register my pup with the American Kennel Club?
Answer - Yes. All of our pups are eligible to be registered with the American Kennel Club. Upon registering your pup is also eligible for pet
insurance for an introductory period of time. You are also able to register your pup's microchip number with your information when you complete the AKC registration
Question - Do you have a interview process or questionnaire for me to fill out in order to be considered for one of your pups?
Answer - No. It is our belief that people are good and will do what is right with the pup. We do communicate the challenges that may occur with
raising a puppy if you do not have enough time to commit to the process.