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NEW LITTER ALERT !
Reservations Open 3/27/2020 – Set Up appointment in advance to secure your position
RELEASE DATE – May 14th ( 8 Weeks old )
All Puppies Come With First Set Of Shots ( Distemper / Parvo) , De-Wormed and Micro-Chipped
12 Puppies Available
3 Yellow Labs – 3 Males
3 Black Labs – 2 Males / 1 Females
5 Chocolate Labs – 3 Males / 2 Females
1 White Lab – 1 Female
Contact Us Today to Schedule a Visitation and Reservation Appointment
Reserving requires a 50% Non-Refundable Deposit and Remaining Due at 8 Weeks when puppies are Released.
All Color and Gender Puppies are $1200 With AKC Papers
**All Silver Or White Labs Differ in price **
Payments – We Accept Cash, Chase Quick Pay, Zelle , Paypal (Extra Fee ** Links to credit cards )
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Puppies First Few Days
HISTORY OF THE BREED
Labrador Retrievers were recognized in England as a Kennel Club breed in 1903 and first registered by the AKC in the United States of America in 1917. Labradors were originally called a St. John’s Dog or lesser Newfoundland dog.
The Labrador Retriever started as a water dog in Newfoundland, a shipmate and duck retriever. Labradors are very versatile dogs and began their popularity in the 1800’s. They are well know for their outgoing and gentle personality. The breed is always eager to please and non aggressive toward humans and other animals. In 1991 the breed topped the charts as the most popular breed and has been in the #1 spot ever since.
Labradors can be food hogs and will eat everything in sight if given the chance. Proper exercise is required to to release their energy and maintain a healthy weight, playing fetch will also satisfy their need to retrieve. Labradors are known to be lap dogs, wanting to be where ever you are. They love to cuddle and be close to their owners and require much needed attention. Labradors are great with small children especially growing up with them and will be great protectors of your family.
Weather your looking for a Chocolate, yellow or black lab they all have one thing in common, they are lovable additions to any family who are willing to put in the proper time needed for this breed. Weather your looking to raise a hunting dog, a show dog or even a companion make sure you do your research on the breed and can dedicate your time to the new addition to your family.
Growing up with labs in our families sparked our interest in the breed and their loving any loyal personalities. After loosing these members of our family many years ago we decided that we wanted to bring the breed back into our lives. After carefully picking out our two labs from two very strong and healthy bloodlines , we then decided to breed them once they became of age and we felt they were ready to breed. They are well socialized with humans, other dogs and many farm animals on a small farm in san tan valley. Each parent is monitored by a vet for health and defects prior to breeding. Abbie the mother is also monitored along her pregnancy to make sure she is in top health condition for her and her pups. All puppies are hand raised and socialized from day one, exposing them to noises , new surroundings , and human interaction along with our nanny dogs who watch over the litter. We take pride in our litters and love placing our puppies in homes we feel fit for this breed. We love staying in touch with our past customers , receiving report cards and photos along the way. Some of our past puppies have grown into therapy dogs, ranch hands, hunting dogs, show dogs and many more.
Let us help you pick out a new member for your family….