Our mission is to produce the healthiest Labrador puppies possible. Our litters are extensively researched before breeding takes place. Adults are not bred until they have been deemed to be healthy, free of genetic defect, and possessing balanced temperaments. We are proud of the puppies we produce and eagerly await each litter. Litters are planned well in advance and reservations are recommended.
We cannot promise how many puppies will be born in each litter, or how many of each color or gender will be born. We build litter lists and communicate placements to the best of our abilities based on typical litter averages and prefer to under estimate slightly so that no one is disappointed. Mother nature cannot be controlled and sometimes we do end up with small litters or breedings that do not take. Every effort is made to keep families informed every step of the way.
**Litter timelines are estimates, based on predictions of when females will come into heat. Updated April 5, 2020**