All of our puppies are sold on a Limited AKC
We are small hobby breeders that love
our Labs and our privileged to own an excellent line of Labradors. We strive to
produce the dog that America fell in love with; one that is not hyper, but
an ideal companion dog, eager to learn and is at home in the hunting field
as in the back yard.
Our goal is for the
original intent for the breed, the all versatile dog. Thus, we do not
only breed from English lines, nor solely from American lines. Our
puppies have the American stamina and athleticism, with some of the
English build for better strength and bone substance. Our goal is also
to provide you with a family companion and/or hunting dog that will be
with your for a dog's lifetime. Thus, we do the preliminary genetic
testing, x-rays, bloodwork, etc i to do what we can to provide this. Look at our dogs
below and you will see good bone size and strength. You will also see
that they are long legged .
We can see why the Labrador Retriever has been
voted the Most Popular breed in America. Labs have held that title with AKC
since 1991 with Yorkshire Terriers in second place. In 2008, there were
100,736 Labradors registered with AKC compared to the next in line, 41,914 Yorkshire Terriers.
Labradors are known to love children as much as they love being out in field
playing in water and mud. They are eager learners and score high in
We have dogs here representing
generations of our bloodlines.
Currently we have 2
litters of puppies, both by the handsome Magnum! One
momma is Amber and one is Selah. Read more below!
Amber is a daughter of
Goldie and has much of the same
temperament, along with her big broad head.
Goldie is retired now and spends her days with us in our barn.
Amber's sire is Phoenix from Richochet Labradors. Amber is a
blend of the English and American lines., but has much of the
stockiness of the English. She does have good drive and would make
a great hunting dog. Amber had her prelims done and was given a good
by OFA. We also have done PRA testing on the eyes of all of
our pups and know that none of the pups can have the genetic eye
Selah was one of our puppies that I kept from
Annie and Tank. As you might be noticing, all of my females are
related in line and this makes it so I have a good feel as far as
temperaments. Selah is out of Annie, who is out of Dandy, who
is out of Goldie, who is out of Chester, who is out of Nina. Nina
was our first lab! Here is
link to the litter that Selah was from.
I AM Selah
Clementine is pictured here with
Winston at 5 months. Clementine's sire is Phoenix who has been the
top dog at Richochet Labradors for years. Clem is a daughter of Annie
(see below row) and is a quiet, petite girl. Winston is huge and my
"monster." He looks like one of my miniature horses when I glance down
the pasture and see him running in the grass.