We are small breeders and can only keep so many dogs.
That is the only reason any of our dogs may be leaving us. In
order to continue breeding quality dogs we have to add a new
pup every year or so, since we don't believe in over breeding
any one dog.

We give you a month to see if this is the right fit for your
household and our dog. If it doesn't work out you can bring the
uninjured dog back to us and we will return any money we
received from you. We just want to make sure this will be a
good fit for our dog.

Normally we retire our breeding dogs when they are around 5
to 6 years of age that way they have a long life with their new
owners. Labs live to be about 13 to 15 years so these retired
dogs have about 6 to 8 years of a good life still ahead of
them. We sometimes have these great retired adults
available at reasonable prices to families or older couples
that aren't able to raise a puppy or young dog that will require
lots of training. Not every family has the time or patients to
train a Lab pup.

Most of these dogs are crate trained, leash trained and have
been house trained. We don't over breed them so we retire
them after about three or four litters so that they can spend the
rest of their life with a loving family that may have only a few or
no other pets. These dogs are sold as family pets, not
breeding dogs, so they are to be spayed or neutered.

Sometimes we will keep a “pick of the litter” puppy for awhile
to see if they might be of show/breeding potential. Therefore
we sometimes we sell them as younger adults. We also take
back any dog or pup that doesn't work out with the new
families or if something changes where the family is no longer
able to care for the dog. So we would be interested in what is
planned for them and what their living environment would be
before we send a dog out to a second home. We try to make
it be the last time they have to change families.

As for price we are more concerned in the home they will be
going to. The home is more important than the money. We
want it to be a permanent place for them where they will get
lots of attention. Our family raised dogs are used to using
doggy doors for the kennels that have buildings attached to
them. As for being in our house we only allow most of the
dogs in the kitchen that has doggy gates on the doorways.
We live out in the country with lots of dirt, mud and water so I
keep the dogs off the carpet. When we leave the house most
the dogs go into wire crates if they are staying indoors.
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