All of the puppies that we offer to new homes are a result of our commitment to
breeding an excellent Labrador Retriever that is an ideal representative of the American
Kennel Club Labrador Retriever breed standard and has a calm, loving temperament. Our puppies
can be used in the many different areas that well bred Labradors excell in from strictly a companion/
family dog to a hunting partner, performing service work as a therapy dog, or performing in agility
and obedience contests. Every puppy that we produce is the result of tweny five plus years of researching
and working with Labradors from different parts of the United States and from countries throughout Europe.
Our goal is to produce a puppy that will grow and mature into what many people refer to as an "English"
Labrador or a lab that has a square, boxy head, a soft kind expression, and thick bone. We believe we
achieve that goal as is evident by the many pictures of our puppies from the past that are on this website
as well as our adult Labradors all of which we bred except for a small handfull of our current labs.
All of our puppies are throughly checked over by our veterinarian, receive their first round
of shots, and are wormed at least one time.
In addition each puppy is implanted with an AVID microchip for permanent identification
purposes as well as help dog owners recover their lost dog. All puppies will also be sent
home with a detailed binder that will include color pictures and biographies of both the
sire and the dam, color copies of both the sire and dam's health clearances, the puppy's
veterinary record, health guarantee, literature and tips on how to raise your new puppy,
pedigrees on both the sire and dam, and color/black & white photos of the puppie's ancestors.
The purchase price for one our puppies depends on the litter however our prices
start at $1200 for black, chocolate, and yellow pups and $1500 for fox red pups. Each pup will have their
price listed on their individual web page. Full registration (breeding rights) with the American Kennel Club will
be a higher cost to approved individuals/breeders. For specific
questions concerning a price of a puppy please contact us or send an email for further details.
The price listed is a guideline and at times we may have
a litter in which the pups are more expensive due to using an outside stud dog, many times a
finished champion or a dog that has a proven track record of producing exceptional labradors.
We accept deposits ($150.00) on puppies either before or after the litter is whelped.
This deposit will hold a puppy for you in the litter.
Picks in a litter are determined by receipt of a deposit. Deposits placed on a puppy that is born are non refundable.
We are happy to show you puppies
and their parents as soon as a litter is old enough to be viewed, usually after two weeks of age.
The majority of our puppies are sold before they are born due to a solid reputation
that is spread by people who have one of our labradors and the veterinarians that they take them
to. If you have any questions about one of our labradors or a litter that we have planned or are
expecting please send us an email and we will get back with you. Before making any appointment
we ask that you and the members of your household are ready to
committ to all of the responsibilities involved with being a responsible and caring dog owner.
Turk & Chloe
An all light yellow litter due in early October 2020.
These pups will have very strong English characteristics like their sire and dam. The pups from this litter represent our seventh generation of breeding on
Turk's side. The shade of yellow on these pups will be a very light yellow, almost white with dark black pigment around their eyes and on their nose. This is a
repeat breeding and the pups from their previous litter were outstanding. We are only accepting deposits for male pups from this litter.
Please click on one of the pictures below of our available adults. Please understand that the majority of our adults are crate trained, have a
calm loving temperament, and are very laid back, however they are not housebroken which is not difficult when using a crate and keeping them on a regular schedule.