The goal of Love's Labradors is to produce superior chocolate, yellow, black, and fox red Labrador Retriever puppies. I compete with both the females and the males to test their soundness, birdiness, flushing and pointing, and steadiness in AKC, HRC, and APLA competitions. My puppies find homes on the West coast and all across the country. I breed for puppies that are:
I test for genetic abnormalities and diseases including EIC (Exercise Induced Collapse), CNM (Canine Myopathy), DM (Degenerative Myopathy), PRA-PRCD (Progessive Retinal Atrophy), and RDOSD (Retinal Dysplasia and Ocular Skeletal Dwarfism), CT (Copper Toxicosis), HU, SD2, Eye Refractory (near sightedness). Hips are cleared by Penn Hip or OFA. Elbows cleared by IDEXX or OFA.
I look for caring and loving homes for the puppies. I expect potential homes to have a fenced yard, be past Labrador Retriever owners or have raised a puppy of another breed, and be able to provide the care that these angels deserve. I care for these kids and I want the love and care to continue in their new home.
Please look at the litter table to see our available black, yellow, fox red, and chocolate puppies.
At 4-months-old Zephyr is already excelling at being a Colorado dog! Whether we're hiking in the mountains, swimming of any kind, anywhere, or just walking around downtown Denver, he is everything we hoped for and more! He's smart as a whip, athletic, eager to learn, and always ready for a new adventure! His head is developing beautifully and his body is already becoming lean and muscular. Everywhere we go people stop and admire him and comment on his good looks- Meredith & Mike
Now, the little guy couldn't be more handsome, affectionate and incredibly smart. He is now 12 weeks old, arrived 5 days ago and we do not kid you that he is already house trained! He goes to our back deck door and sits patiently for us to open the door and then he goes down the 12 steps, does his business and runs right back up. He learned to go up and down stairs, get house and crate trained in less then a week!- Marcella Pascualy and Richard Veith