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Purebred Labrador Retriever Puppies2019-11-26T19:00:34-08:00

MidWest Purebred Labrador Retriever Puppies

All Fall 2019 Pups Have Been Sold Please Stay Tuned For More Litter Updates

Bells’ Labradors offers Purebred AKC registered Labrador Retriever puppies for sale in the MidWest and across the United States. All of our puppies will be registered and micro-chipped.  Our primary goal is to produce the best companion for a pet in the home, as well as a phenomenal hunting and pointing dog.

Due to the nature of our summer business in Ontario, Canada, our dogs travel with us everywhere. We typically start the colder months in the United States finishing clerical work in Minnesota. Much of the remaining time is spent in the Dakotas and Iowa hunting, visiting family, and rearing our responsibly planned Purebred Labrador Retriever litters. Gus and Bell have been on hundreds of float plane rides to the most remote regions of North America and have hunted many hundreds of miles across the Great Plains and Uplands of America and Canada. Collaborating with like-minded breeders to safeguard the future of this truly amazing breed of dogs gun dogs is extremely important to us.

Recent News
Current Litter
Available Pups

All pups have been sold!

Pups are ready for pickup in North Reno, NV Nov 25th

Please read This Update for current photos and descriptions!

Thunder [SOLD]

Our last rare Fox Red male!
Handsome white patch of hair on chest.
Has 3 white paws. Will Be 50-65 pounds.

Grace [SOLD]

Dark yellow with a streak of white on her face. Grace is the sweetest and FULL of energy!
She will be 40-55 pounds.

Max [SOLD]

Max Labrador

Solid Yellow Color
Will be 40-60 pounds

Cleo [SOLD]

Yellow

Light, Soft Spoken, Extremely Intelligent. Pointing & Trailing Already!

Chloe [SOLD]

Yellow

Machias [SOLD]

Red w/ Large White Chest
Loves to be cuddled!

Renamed “Louie” by the new owner!

Dusty [SOLD]

Fuller [SOLD]

Remmi [SOLD]

Red. Remmi will be Gus’ color!

Remmi has been renamed “Champ” by the new owner!

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How much will my pup cost?2019-11-05T04:18:01-08:00

A $250 deposit is required to secure your puppy. Accepted payments are: mailed certified check, money order, or Western Union wire.

General pricing is $1,600 for males and $1,900 for female whelps. An additional $107 fee will also be required to microchip your pup and register it with the AKC. We cannot make an exception to waive this fee. We want all of our pups to be registered with the American Kennel Club.

Breeding rights will be granted for an additional $600.

Pricing may be subject to change depending on who the sire and bitch is.

An additional sales tax will have to be collected depending on the state the sale is made in.

I’m interested. Where can I find more information?2018-04-26T11:40:41-08:00
I see a new litter was whelped. Can I see a pictures of the pups?2019-11-05T05:20:23-08:00

We  snap complete litter photos immediately after birth and more group photos in the weeks thereafter. Please check back for more litter photos.

The best individual puppy photos are taken after the first month. We look forward to individually introducing pups to you and the world through photos after week 4.

As a rule of thumb, time is generally best spent searching for and selecting the very best Labrador litter, then deciding the gender of puppy that you’d like. Please rest assured that you are making a fine decision when selecting one of our pups.

*Edit* Many customers have requested to view pups via FaceTime. We’d love to schedule a FaceTime viewing with you if our schedules align!

View Previous Litters

Meet The Parents

We have some of the finest Pointing purebred Labrador Retrievers in North America.
Future litters will have different sires and dams. Check back often.

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MEET GUS
MEET BELL
SEE OUR PEDIGREE

Interested In Our Future Litters?

   Bell and Gus had a litter in Fall 2019!

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More Info On Our Next Litter

Please stay tuned.  We have been talking with other prominent Purebred Labrador Retriever breeders and we will likely be making future litter decisions soon!

View Future Litter Plans

What Our Customers Say

“All of the hard work has paid off. Chase is a great hunter.” Chase is pictured here with his first duck at 10th months.

Ken Swanson - Council Bluffs, IA, Click To See Chase

“Clara is a wonderful addition to our family. She loves to please you! She loves to retrieve, sit, stay, and find it.”

Nichole Ryan • Reno NV, Click To See Clara

“Pup Zeke is now 50lbs and rock solid in the field. He is already out-retrieving more experienced dogs – He had 4 retrieves today. He has had up to 15 in one day!”

Justin Lake - Sioux Falls, SD, Click To See Zeke

“Maddie is doing well and wants to be outside a lot. She loves chasing a ball.”

Maddie is pictured after a hunt in South Dakota at 10 months.

Don Bowers - North Minnesota, Click To See Maddie

“Omg. . .Yes, Bella loves water and the snow. She weighs 55 lbs. She is so Beautiful”

Bella is pictured taking 1st place at a jumping competition at 7 months old!.

Charles Morris - Minneapolis, MN, Click To See Bella

Our Services

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
  • We require full payment before we sign over the AKC registration papers.

  • Microchip implant and lifetime activation, plus the AKC registration, will be done by us for the additional charge of $107, as we will register the pup for you. This is not optional, as we want all our pups registered and microchipped.

  • Law requires us to collect a sales tax. This tax will vary depending on which state you purchased your pup in.

  • If you’re unable to pick your pup up we can consider safely shipping your pup for roughly $450 – this will have to be discussed. 

  • We guarantee your puppy’s health against congenital and/or genetic defects for 24 months.

  • A $250 deposit is required to secure your puppy.

  • We require that you pledge to have your Labrador spayed or neutered. A contract for breeding rights can be drafted for $600. The tenets of this contract and surcharge are strictly to establish an agreement with the new owner that he/she will breed with love, care, and responsibility to protect the genetic constitution of the Purebred Labrador Retriever.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much will my pup cost?2019-11-05T04:18:01-08:00

A $250 deposit is required to secure your puppy. Accepted payments are: mailed certified check, money order, or Western Union wire.

General pricing is $1,600 for males and $1,900 for female whelps. An additional $107 fee will also be required to microchip your pup and register it with the AKC. We cannot make an exception to waive this fee. We want all of our pups to be registered with the American Kennel Club.

Breeding rights will be granted for an additional $600.

Pricing may be subject to change depending on who the sire and bitch is.

An additional sales tax will have to be collected depending on the state the sale is made in.

How Are Payments Handled?2018-11-02T20:52:26-08:00

We encourage you to contact us to confirm the total purchase price for your pup before making a deposit.

The $250 deposit must be paid via a mailed certified check,  mailed money order, or Western Union.  When mailing the deposit, please provide whatever proof you can that your deposit is in the mail. Our puppies tend to go quickly.  It is easier for us fulfil your puppy request if you submit proof that your deposit is in the mail as soon as possible.

The remaining balance can be paid by cash, money order, certified checks, or Western Union on or before the day you pickup your puppy.

We’re looking for a purebred Labrador as a family pet. Will a Pointing Labrador be suitable?2018-04-26T11:41:35-08:00

Yes!

Although our primary goal at Bell’s Labradors is to breed dogs with exceptional hunting abilities, it is important to note the marriage between field ability and companionship. Your Pointing Labrador will have high intelligence and a need to please. You will love it as you would a close family member.

What dog food is recommended?2018-04-26T11:41:35-08:00

Hunting dogs are athletes and are sometimes much leaner than pet dogs of the same breeds. A Labrador being worked hard during a hunting trip will require 2,000 to 5,000 calories per day! Experts in hunting dog nutrition recommend feeding dogs a diet that has at least 25% protein and around 20% crude fat. Many big-box stores do not sell dog food that will keep your Labrador at peak performance and health.

There are a small handful of high quality brands for your Labrador. We recommend Nutri Source dog food.

I’d like to see the pups. When is this possible?2019-11-05T04:21:56-08:00

It is necessary for the pups to have had their vaccinations and be 8 weeks old. We have expectations that you will pick up your pup at the first viewing. Making accommodations  to view the pups earlier is difficult for us.  An earliest pickup date for each litter will be announced. Unfortunately no exceptions can be made to claim your pup early.

*Edit* Many customers have requested to view pups via FaceTime. We’d love to schedule a FaceTime viewing with you if our schedules align!

I’m interested in a pup. Can you please explain the process?2018-04-26T11:41:35-08:00

Being the first to place a deposit of $250 guarantees you the pick of the litter, and each choice thereafter is also determined by the order in which deposits are received. Please make sure to specify a gender preference.

Deposits are not refundable, but after making a deposit, you are welcome to select a pup from any future litter. In the rare case that you are not satisfied with your pup, we can replace it with a pup from the same litter or a future litter after the pup is returned.

I see a new litter was whelped. Can I see a pictures of the pups?2019-11-05T05:20:23-08:00

We  snap complete litter photos immediately after birth and more group photos in the weeks thereafter. Please check back for more litter photos.

The best individual puppy photos are taken after the first month. We look forward to individually introducing pups to you and the world through photos after week 4.

As a rule of thumb, time is generally best spent searching for and selecting the very best Labrador litter, then deciding the gender of puppy that you’d like. Please rest assured that you are making a fine decision when selecting one of our pups.

*Edit* Many customers have requested to view pups via FaceTime. We’d love to schedule a FaceTime viewing with you if our schedules align!

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