Here is Dottie. She is 2 years old in March 2022, I am looking to give her 1 litter of puppies. Another labrador only, don't wish to mix breed. Dotties grandparents are KC registered. Dotties mum & dad aren't and neither is Dottie. I want Dottie as my home pet so I wasn't too worried about papers for her. Dottie is a yellow short haired lab. Dotties Mum, Lucky is a short hair yellow lab. Dotties father, Woody is a short haired red fox lab. Both 3 years old without any health problems. Photos of mum & dad can be shown if required. Dottie has been brought up around young children & teenage children. I've recently a baby myself so Dottie is also familiar with babies. Dottie has an amazing personality and temperament, she's our perfect family pooch with lots if loving to give. I am either looking to pay a stud fee or I am open to allow pick of the litter. Any more enquiries please contact myself
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