Our puppies price range is $2,000 to $2,500 depending on pedigree, litter, and age.

The deposit to hold a place in the picking order is $500. Deposits are non-refundable.

I'm sure you have noticed a large price range when researching breeders. You are probably wondering how the price can range for $500 to $3500. The saying "you get what you pay for" is true when looking for a puppy. Reputable breeders price their puppies based on health clearances, pedigree, and time.

Proper breeding takes an incredible amount of time, work, money, and sleepless nights. Responsible breeders do it for the love of the Labrador breed and with the intent to improve the health, temperament, pedigree, and genetic soundness of the breed.

Our girls are monitored throughout their entire pregnancy. I am always with my females throughout their entire delivery. The health and safety of my girls and their babies is my top priority. Whelping can take up to 24 hours which means no sleep and lots of coffee for me. Having a litter of puppies is very costly when doing it right, there are vet visits, medication, whelping supplies, high quality food, and supplements just to name a few. This does not include emergency C-sections if delivery is not going well.

The first week of our puppies lives are crucial. Puppies are monitored every two hours, day and night for the first week. The second and third week they are checked every 2-3 hours. Throughout these first three weeks we check their weight daily, give supplements, worming medicine, and probiotics. Puppy bedding is cleaned daily to promote good hygiene and health. This equals lots of dirty laundry and time. Puppies eyes and ears begin to open around two weeks of age. This is the beginning of their introduction into the world. We take great care in introducing them to their new world in a way that makes them feel successful. Over stimulation can be damaging to a puppy so we take puppy steps to ensure that doesn't happen. Starting at 4 weeks we work on potty training, positive interactions, having soft palettes, and coming when called. Our puppies are socialized with children, adults, cats, chickens, and adult dogs.

Our dogs are a part of our family and as such they live inside with heating and cooling, are given high quality food and the best veterinary care.

Each of our dogs come from amazing pedigrees, are certified through the OFA and have 15 DNA tests to ensure the optimal health of each breeding.

When considering adding a Labrador to your family please keep in mind their lifespan is 10-15 years or longer. Having these health clearances will help to minimize potential inherited defects which will greatly benefit your puppy, overall happiness, and your checkbook. So please do your research and ask lots of questions. A reputable breeder will be happy to answer tons of questions. Breeders are teachers and should be more than willing to help educate the public. I have been doing research on Labradors for many many years (I'm still learning new things) and I love teaching people about them.

We stand behind the Labradors we help to create. We offer lifetime breeder support and are always available to answer any questions you have. We look forward to working with you and watching your new puppy grow up healthy and happy.

Please keep in mind the AKC is just a database of AKC registered dogs. The AKC encourages health testing and proper breeding practices. However, they do not enforce it. It is up to the buyer to ensure they are getting a puppy from a responsible breeder.