We are pleased to announce that our beautiful working Foxred Labrador has had her first litter of healthy puppies born 02:05:2021, we have 5 boys left looking for their forever homes.
All puppies are thriving and doing well, the mother is KC registered with a lovely temperament.
She is a brilliant working dog, she is a keen worker and always wanting to please.
Her Father is ( Polo ) Patanavic Mint who is health screened 0:0 hips & elbows, clear eye test PRA clear, CNM clear, ELC clear, Narcolepsy clear, unaffected by TRD, GPRA, HC Hence all puppies sired by this dog cannot be affected by any of the major and in some circumstances lethal health issues.
He is the son of field trial champion, Eastable Harry winner of the C.O.M in both 2010 and again in 2012 in the international Gundog league retriever championships, there are many field trial champions in the pedigrees.
Sire to the puppies, is Rosso Fyn of Pigeonman ( Blade ) darkest Foxred in the country, Blade is clear of 237 DNA genetic health tests, officially the most extensively heath tested Labrador stud dog in the UK.
Hips 5:4, Elbows 0:0 clear eyes 20:01:2021, all puppies are KC registered with all the correct paperwork, Vet health checked, Flied and wormed up to date, they will have their first vaccination and will be micro chipped.
They come with 5 weeks free puppy insurance, we are happy for viewing of the pups in person - Covid safe.
£2600 per puppy with a £500 non refundable deposit.
Please don't hesitate to call or message Donna for more information.
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A recent nationwide survey revealed that the Labrador Retriever is Britain’s top dog. This comes as no surprise since the Lab has topped dog registrations in the UK for many years now. But polls and canine registrations aside, why do many love this dog breed?
Retriever breeds never fail to excel in field work or any dog sports. Two of the most popular retriever breeds are the Labrador and Golden retriever. Both dogs show uncanny ability as they stride with great speed and grace to different trails either in cold water or rough terrain. Undeniably, these dogs surpass the expectations of dogs as “just pets”.
The Labrador retriever has been one of the top pups in the world for so many years. In fact, as mentioned in our previous blog, the Lab has topped dog registrations in the UK. How to take care of a Labrador retriever puppy? Knowing proper nutrition and feeding practices for a Labrador puppy are key to achieving optimal health.