yellow and black labrador puppies

Hello,

Thank you for visiting my website about Labrador puppies for sale by registered Labrador breeders.

I have been involved with Labradors and breeding for many years, and I am a registered Labrador breeder with Dogs NSW (previously known as the Royal NSW Canine Council).   This is also recognised by the Australian National Kennel Council (ANKC).

WE HAVE PUPPIES!

Born on Sunday 12/11/17! If you are seriously interested then please do not hesitate to contact us or complete a Puppy expression of interest form online.

Main site

Most details are at our sister site, which is our main site, at Truebred Labrador breeders NSW Australia. I encourage you to visit that site, as there is various information, pictures, videos, plus more.

Labrador puppy pictures

There are a few pictures and videos of some of our previous Labrador puppies. Many more are on my Labrador breeders website.

All of our puppies are Vet checked, vaccinated, microchipped, wormed, and come with free pet insurance, care guide, registered pedigree papers, vaccination certificate, plus more.

black and yellow labrador puppies

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REMEMBER – OUR MAIN SITE IS AT THIS LINK:   LABRADOR PUPPIES FOR SALE – IT HAS PUPPY DETAILS OF OUR CURRENT PUPPIES

There are three official colours for Labrador puppies, and these are black, yellow, and chocolate.   I breed mainly black Labrador puppies and some yellow (golden) Labrador puppies.

Various health screening assessments are made of the pup’s parents, and these include (for example) hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy (PRA), and exercise-induced collapse (EIC). These tests are conducted in various ways, including x-rays and DNA tests.

Unlike some commercially oriented breeders, we do not have a large number of Labradors, and they are all kept with us, in our home yard, and as part of our family.   We believe this is very important to ensure excellent socialisation of all of our Labradors, including puppies.

From our experience, we have found that well-socialized puppies make the transition to their new homes with less difficulty (for the pups and the new owners), and are more relaxed, easier to handle, etc than those that have not been adequately socialised.

We too have obtained puppies from some breeders and have the first-hand experience with the difficulties presented when a puppy is not adequately socialised.   Some of the difficulties observed have included (for example) hyperactivity, barking, jumping, unable to be touched, restless, etc, etc.

Please do not hesitate to contact me if would like any further information or details, and thank you for visiting my Labrador puppies for sale by registered Labrador breeders website.