What IS a "Reputable Breeder"?

A Reputable Breeder...

  • screens their dogs for genetic problems. They should be able to tell you about the genetic problems in the breed and show proof that the parents of the litter are free of those problems.
  • does not breed dogs "to make money" or so "our children can experience the miracle of birth." A reputable breeder breeds to advance their breeding program and for their love and devotion to purebred dogs.
  • will tell you the good points as well as the bad points of the breed. They want to make sure you are fully aware of what to expect before you buy the puppy. Cute little puppies grow into big dogs. Will you be happy when that cute little ball of fuzz turns into an 80 pound, shedding fur factory?
  • usually only breeds a litter if they intend on keeping something out of the litter. They are breeding to further improve their breeding program, not just to produce puppies for pet buyers.
  • should be able to provide you with a pedigree of the puppies, not just a copy of the parents registration papers. A pedigree usually has at least three generations of the puppies' ancestors listed.
  • usually participates in some sort of dog related events such as dog shows, obedience, agility, field trials, etc. They do something with their dogs.
  • usually belongs to some sort of dog club (i.e., all-breed club, obedience club, breed club, etc.).
  • is willing to give you references from previous puppy buyers. Those new to breeding should be able to give you references from other breeders of their breed or dog club members. They aren't offended if you ask them for references. Talking to references will help you to judge the character of the breeder.
  • believes in service after the sale. If a puppy buyer has grooming questions, feeding questions, or training questions, the breeder will be there for you long after the puppy is no longer a puppy.
  • will usually insist puppies sold as pets be spayed/neutered or placed on an AKC limited registration. The limited registration makes the dog exempt from having any of its offspring registered by the AKC.
  • will usually take back any dog of their breeding at any age. Reputable breeders do not want to find out a dog they bred has been left in a pound or dumped by the roadside. They assume a lifetime responsibility for the canine lives they have put on this earth.
  • Would never sell puppies through a retail outlet, animal broker, or laboratory.


  Available Puppies and Older Dogs   

Litter of black and chocolate and an all yellow litter due early spring

We do not have any older dogs at this time.

 Please click on the link to the right to complete the application

     All the dogs we breed are from C.R. Labradors breeding's and owned   

    by us or our friends and partners with C.R. Labradors.  

  All of our dogs in our breeding program live in the house and part of a family and not kennels, pups  

   are also whelped and raised in the home with children.

New Puppy owners must agree to house our puppies indoors as family pets.

All puppies are Wormed 3xs, have their first set of Shots,

Micro-chipped and are litter box trained.  

We take a $300.00 deposit and puppy pick is in the order of deposits.

The Balance of 1,800.00 is due when you pick up your puppy.


Deposits are only refundable if we do not have the color or sex you are wanting.

This is due to people jumping breeders because they found a puppy 

they can get sooner or cheaper. This practice makes it difficult for responsible breeders to plan their breeding.

Please do your homework and pick your breeder before putting down a deposit.

Most breeders know each other, if you want a puppy sooner or we do not have what you are looking for we can try and refer you to another breeder.  


Bond and Shiloh Will have an all yellow litter due March 2024




Bond & Roxie's Litter

Due late MARCH







Some of our Puppies


Cali, Mitch & Spirit