We are pleased to announce our beautiful chunky mixed litter of Red and Yellow Labrador puppies.
We will do our up most to match these beautiful puppies with the right families.
Mum is our family pet and we cherish her very much.
She is a loving, kind, intelligent and obedient girl.
She has been an amazing mum throughout and will pass on talented traits.
The puppies are raised in a family environment and will be very well socialised.
The puppies will leave with an extensive puppy pack including food, toys, training pads, scented blankets and flea treatments.
They will be microchipped, vets checked, wormed and will have thier 1st vaccination.
We ask that you keep us updated on the puppies progress from time to time.
We will always be a phone call away for as much or as little support throughout your adventure with your puppy.
We took great time in choosing the right stud.
He is one of the best health tested dogs in the country.
He is a fully trained gun dog but also a very much loved member of the family.
He has a calm, kind loving nature.
Hips, Elbows, Eyes DNA clear for SD2, EIC, CNM, HPNK, prcd-PRA and CNM
The puppies will be ready to leave at 8 weeks old.
Please call for more information
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