Free female Guardian Puppy Available Spring! Click Guardian Placement Program below,
t On occasion we will have an adult Labrador Retriever who is going to be retiring from breeding that will be placed into a forever home. When our chocolate labs are ready to retire from breeding, they are in the area of 5 or 6 years old. Once we make a decision to retire a dog from our breeding program, and if we don't have the space to keep it with us details of the adoption will be placed here on the website. At that point you are invited to send us an application from our contact us page being sure to indicate in the comments which dog you are interested in. Many of our Labrador Retrievers live a full life between twelve and fifteen years old. Please also check our Breeder Available Puppies page for a current listing of Labrador puppies for sale.
We have a Beautiful Adult 3 yr old. Female Chocolate Lab who will be ready December 29th. She is very willing and eager to please, will show her belly to strangers and would be a submissive female should you have another dog at home to introduce her to. The perfect family for her would be one with the time to spend with her, one who loves doggie cuddles and one who has the time and desire for daily exercise. For more information and pictures please apply using the link on the right.
We have a second beautiful 5 year old Female Adult Chocolate Lab available winter/spring of 2019. Apply now being sure to provide us details about the home you are proposing for our girls and for more details and pictures.
When we place a retiring dog into a home we make a donation to the Wallaceburg Animal Shelter of 100% of the proceeds to spend as they see fit. We do our part to keep dogs out of shelters by requiring non breeding agreements, scanning our clients for suitability, taking dogs back from people who have run into an unfortunate circumstance and contributing financially to the local shelter.
We discourage people from buying a Labrador Retriever from back yard breeders as it is irresponsible breeders who don't perform eye, hip and elbow clearances prior to breeding, they often don't look into the background of the dogs they are using to ensure there is no recent relation of the male to the female or they don't screen their clients properly for suitability. This can result in people changing their mind and wanting to place their dog into a shelter, or even wrong people getting a Lab when they really aren't set up to have a pet or maybe they can't make the commitment for the lifetime of the dog.