WHO WE ARE
We are a small family-owned kennel in Duxbury, MA, situated on 15 acres. We agree that the Labrador retriever is both a therapy dog and the perfect working dog and family friend. Every year we collect a few litters of chocolate laboratory puppies, black laboratory puppies, and a yellow Labrador retriever puppy. My lovely wife, Debbie, and daughters, Lynn and Caroline, do a great job of socializing in every litter with every dog, so our lab puppies are excited when it's time to leave home for their new homes and families. My breeding philosophy is to breed our females to males who are titled in several venues based on breeding to broaden the bloodlines of the chocolate labs and yellow labs by out crossing the greater genetic pool of the bloodlines of the black lab puppies for sale. We usually breed APLA-titled males and I never have to ask the owner if the marking skill is "hunts" by their dog and titled in the AKC or HRC.
OUR BREEDING PROGRAM
Our lab puppies for sale program start at 1 week old with Early Neurological Stimulation. Lab Puppies are born undeveloped, so we can make a difference by doing a series of exercises to boost our Labrador retriever puppies' growth, making a difference for the rest of the life of the puppies. With continuous training and simulation, age appropriate, up to 7 weeks old, we follow this up. The fundamental basis for a good future is this relaxation and preparation!
Prenatal Treatment and Ultrasound
Even prior to birth, your puppy receives outstanding treatment. From their diet and nutrients to prenatal veterinary treatment, our pregnant dams receive special attention. When the puppy is boned, born blind and deaf, your puppy is only able to perceive the world at this point through scent and touch. In one of our comfortable whelping quarters, puppies will spend time nursing and keeping warm with their mother. Dew claws are removed prior to the age of 5 days.
Family visits begin and we encourage you to engage in early neurological stimulation delivery. Don't worry; we're going to show you precisely what to do! Different touches (rough, smooth, soft) and a number of smells and tastes are encountered by puppies between weeks 1 and 2. By the smell, they also get to know you! We begin hearing and visual stimulation in week 3 as the eyes and ears of puppies expand and grow.
Our puppies continue to socialize with our parents, loving employees, and our grown-up pets. Puppies learn that neither toys nor puppies are human beings and need to be respected. No jumping or chewing on humans is tolerated. Basic commands, like go Potty, No, Sit down, and Come, are added. Lab Puppies are introduced to doggie gate, to kennels.
Using the Volar aptitude test, we pair puppies with families. For years, our families have had faith in this process and are never disappointed. If it includes life as a family dog or delivering a particular service, we match the talents and personalities of each puppy with their potential work.
Lab puppy is a lovable, family-friendly dog that we all know and love! For 25 years running, labs have become the most common breed in the United States. Labradors were once one of the oldest known races, and were bred as strong, active hunting and swimming dogs. Today, they are known for their outgoing and lively attitude, and they are highly intelligent and devoted pets. These pups have a high level of energy and thus need a substantial amount of exercise. Labrador retrievers are an extremely versatile breed, as they can excel everything from K9 policing to endurance to service work for the disabled. Full-grown labs are medium in scale, typically between 55-75 lbs.
Labrador Retriever puppies are the kind, family-friendly puppies we all know and love! Originally bred to be big, active retrieving dogs, Labrador Retrievers soon became the most common breed in North America, a title that has been retained for the last 25 years. Today, the Labrador Retriever puppies are renowned for their outgoing and lively attitude and outstanding intelligence and devotion. Labrador Retrievers are quick to train and learn commands faster than other breeds, which is good news for any hunter or outdoor man.
Like all dogs, though, there are certain things to keep in mind before you decide to buy a Labrador Retriever puppy. Labrador Retriever puppies have a high level of energy and thus need a large amount of exercise. They need the new owner who can provide them with the exercise and socialization they need. Labrador Retriever puppies often appear to shed and, like most lab puppies for sale, slobber on household items such as slippers and tennis balls.
Lab puppies are extremely versatile and intelligent, all of which have won them jobs as K9 police officers and guide dogs. While all Labrador Retriever puppies are smart and adaptable, they can vary in size and color. Labrador Retriever puppies will weigh anywhere from 55 to 75 pounds and show coat colors in black, yellow or chocolate. The best way to find the right Lab puppy for sale is to partner with a renowned breeder. Both I and my wife are reputable Labrador Retriever breeders who produce the healthiest Labrador Retriever puppies for sale in the United States.
Rest assured that all of our Labrador Retriever puppies for sale receive a rigorous health check so that you know they are as happy and safe as they can before they join your family. If you're searching for a black lab to keep your company on long walks, or a yellow lab puppy for sale to accompany you on your fishing boat, you couldn't have picked a better breed to fall in love with.