When we make the decision to breed, we do so with the goal of improving the next generation and for the purpose of keeping a puppy for ourselves. In order to ensure that your puppies have the best possible start, we take time off from our regular day jobs to stay home and watch over "mom" and her babies. We take every precaution to ensure that our puppies are healthy and well adjusted for the transition to their new homes. Our puppies are born and raised in our family room by our family. They are exposed to our busy home and well socialized.
Utmost care has been taken in selecting the sire and dam of our puppies. They have been chosen for their ability to pass on the qualities for which there is no compromise; health and temperament. We breed for correct type and structure while perserving the true Labrador temperament - we breed to the breed standard. When we plan a breeding we undertake a comprehensive analysis of the pedigrees and ensure that mandatory health clearances are current prior to finalizing our plans.
All of the Labradors used in our breeding program have a minimum of hip and elbow clearances (OFA or OVC), have passed annual eye exams by a licenced Ophthalmologist and have been tested for Exercise Induced Collapse (EIC) and Centronuclear Myopathy (CNM).
We have invested enormous amounts of love and time into our puppies. Puppies that are not staying here will be available to approved homes.
Making the decision to add a puppy to your family is a significant emotional investment and an incredible journey. We encourage you to research the breed and prospective breeders. We are more than happy to answer any of your questions.
Our puppies are registered with the Canadian Kennel Club, microchipped, vet checked, dew claws removed, de-wormed, had their first set of vaccinations and come with a two year written guarantee against hereditary health defects.
All of our puppies are sold on manditory spay/neuter contracts.