Previous Litters

Previous Litters 2018-11-20T22:11:51-08:00

We are proud and privileged to help rear Labrador Retrievers that strictly follow the set standards of this wonderful breed… and our customers are too!

We are truly grateful that people search high and low for breeders that maintain the high integrity of the purebred Labrador Retriever – dogs that instinctively want to work hard for you and please you. A person or family couldn’t ask for a better life companion.

We’ve been doing this for a handful of  years, but have just recently started to document the miracle of every litter.
Listed below are our previous litters. We hope you take the time to click through some pups and get to know them as we have gotten to know them. 

April 2018 Litter To Gus and Bell

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Rose [SOLD]

Rose

Kong [SOLD]

Yeller [SOLD]

Patch [SOLD]

Male Pup 3

Rusty [SOLD]

Curious Rusty

THOR [SOLD]

Thor

Prince[SOLD]

Prince
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How much will my pup cost? 2019-06-20T09:38:37-08:00

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 $1,800 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.

Puppies retrieved in South Dakota are taxed at a 4.5% rate by the state. Prices are in United States Dollars.

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? 2018-04-26T11:41:35-08:00

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.

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