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Labrador retrievers originated in Newfoundland in the 1500s; they were bred to become water dogs. With their short paint and webbed paws, they made a wonderful addition to fishing boats. Labs are used for pulling in fish of all spokes or nets filled with fish. The brood stayed exclusively in Newfoundland until the 1800s until they were imported into England and were later recognized in 1903 but the English kennel club. Once in England many people begin using them for hunting and shooting. By the 1900s, they were incorporated into American farmers every day lives, and in 1917 American kennel club recognize this breed. As the time went on, these loving pups began to get recognized for their wonderful temperaments and their patience with children and became a staple in many family homes. Labs typically Range from 55 to 80 pounds and come in black, yellow, and chocolate. Labs are great hunting buddies and can sprint up to 12 mph in a 40 seconds! Labs take up 70% of America’s guide dogs according to the guide dogs of America. To top it all off a black Labrador retriever named Bosco was even elected mayor. According to the American kennel club, labs are America’s favorite breed. The breed has taken the top spot in akc’s rankings of most popular breeds for 28 years in a row, this is the longest reign of any breed in AKC history.



We brought Vanilla Bean home on September 30th. She is sweet, funny, feisty, and smart! She has already learned commands sit, down, and paw at 12 weeks old. Bean has brought smiles to our whole family!♥

Kelli Nold, Realtor

My family would not be complete without the 3 little pups that live with us now. Funny, adorable and well-trained Labs are a perfect addition!

Anna Simpson


These are the most cute, kind and loving puppies in the world! Love the breed and love my babies very much! Thank you so much for your wonderful job!

Jamie Parks


Being an owner of such a wonderful puppy is an extremely responsible thing! Thank you for all your help and professional assistance with our pet.

John Walker


Food. Love.


High energy combined with lots of smarts lends itself to disaster when the dog is not properly cared for. It’s imperative that Labs receive appropriate amounts of exercise, The proper food, bath, care and brain activities. Be caring and responsible a puppy is just like a baby.

How to Train?

Labs love to play and have tons of energy. Exercise and play!
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How to Walk?

Who let the dogs out? Let everyone in the area know how awesome it is to walk a Lab!
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How to Equip?

Labs take a lot of space. Make sure you have the time in your life for them!
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How to Play?

Labs love to play! They are friendly and energetic, so please keep them busy!
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How to Care?

Keep your pup safe from medical emergencies by regular check-ups with your local vet.
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How to Groom?

Spa, massage and facial – Labs take it all. Give your pups regular wash, cut and vet check
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How to Treat?

Labs do not need special diets or treatments. If you would like to add supplements for their joint or overall health please consult your veterinarian to figure out what is best for your pup!
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How to Feed?

Yes, Labs are always hungry. You could never feed them enough. So how to feed Labs?
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