We are pleased to announce the arrival of Edith’s first litter, to our own stud dog Carson.
The puppies will be Kennel Club Registered.
She has had 2 girls and 6 boys chocolate Labrador puppies. Both girls have now been reserved and we only have boys left for sale.
Both mum and Dad are from working lines. Edith has 16 FT CH in her 5 generation pedigree and Carson has 17 FT CH in his 5 generation pedigree.
Edith’s father is Open Field Trial Winner – Nothglen Crumble and her Great Granddad was the renowned Styleside Xanadu
Edith has 2/2 hips and 0/0 Elbows.
Carson is 0/0 hips and 0/0 Elbows. Carsons parents were both 0/0 hips and in his 5 generation pedigree there is a total of 5 dogs with 0/0 hips. He is also a current working stud dog.
These puppies have outstanding health and pedigrees.
Both Mum and Dad can be viewed as they are our pets.
Puppies will be Vet Checked, wormed & flead, micro chipped and have their first vaccinations. They will come with 4 weeks free insurance and we are happy to offer help and guidance.
Puppies will be 8 weeks old 8th December and ready to go to their forever homes.
If you would like one of puppies or have any questions please get in touch. The price is £3000 per puppy and we ask for £500 deposit.
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