We have a litter of 7 black labrador pups, 3 are reserved. Their is 1 boy and 3 girls available. Mam is River our 3 year old yellow lab she has an amazing nature and temper, she is a family dog and is great with children and other pets she can be viewed in our family home with the pups. Dad is a chocolate stud his grandad is byron de gaul. he also has an outstanding nature he has been health checked elbows clear. Hips 3/5=8. Eyes clear of MRD, TRD, HC, GPRA, RPED certificate can be shown. River and dad both come from working/gun stock lines. 13 FTCH leadburn etc in rivers 5 gen papers also on pups maternal grandads side he comes from a long line of drakeshead and Sandringham (the queen's labradors) aswell as SHCH on pups maternal grandma's side(Jet who is show built). papers can be shown for river and the stud. Names can also be entered into kennel club where you can see the line of drakeshead and sandringham. The quality of these pups and our previous litters really show in them they are absolutely stunning and are extremely quick to learn. pups will come with kc papers, 5 weeks free insurance, microchipped, wormed and flead, puppy packs including blankets and Teddy with mams and pups smell, food, treats, toys, birth certificate, paw print, photo of your pup. Can leave home on or after 17th of June when they are 8 weeks. Aswell as owning mam we also own pups grandma jet who is 5 and great grandma darcy who is 8 the two black labs in the photo. They also have amazing nature's which is why we have kept this line going all three of them can be viewed with pup. No expense spared with these puppies and we want them to go to loving homes. Pups will be used to family noise as kept In our house at all times with children and pets around. Viewings are very welcome when you have picked a pup you will be kept up to date, sent photos and videos of your chosen pup. So much love and training goes into them they will make an amazing best friend. They are very advanced for their age and are quick learners will also make great working dogs. A £200 non refundable deposit is required when picking a pup
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