Dog Training

Dog Training is an art and a science and requires knowledge by the owner and dog. We specialize in training dogs and owners. Let us help train your dog and educate you on the proper way to handle your companion and champion dog.

Sendher and Abe Christmas Puppies

Do not miss out on this breeding. Ready to go to your home just before Christmas. Make your $200 deposit now and the total cost is $1000. Estimated Breeding Date: 08/28/2015 Estimated Whelp Date: 10/28/2015 Estimated Pick up Date: 12/17/2015 Puppy Price: $1000 Sendher (Willhe Return to Sendher) Sendher is […]

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Labs-R-It Puppies for sale

Hope and Willhe Super Puppies

Hope and WillHe Super Puppies Hope and Willhe create some of the finest Labrador Retrievers in the country.  This is a repeat breeding and possibly the last between these two champion dogs. Estimated Breeding Date: 08/16/2015 Estimated Whelp Date: 10/17/2015 Estimated Pick up Date: 12/05/2015 Puppy Price: $1000  

Eye and Hip Dysplasia Guarantee

Labs-R-It guarantees the puppy’s eyes and hips until age 25 months.

The puppy’s eyes are guaranteed free and clear from congenital problems. Eye evaluation must be performed by a Board Certified Veterinary Ophthalmologist by the 24th month of age.  If shown to be PRA positive, we require a copy of the Ophthalmologist exam and report to be sent to us.

Hips are guaranteed to be O.F.A. certifiable at 24th month of age.  The following requirements are necessary to enforce this guarantee and they are the purchasers responsibility to see that they are fulfilled.

  1. The dog must be x-rayed by 30 months of age and the film submitted to O.F.A. for evaluation.
  2. The O.F.A. shall be the sole judge regarding the hip evaluation.
  3. If the O.F.A. finds the dog to be dysplastic the following requirements must be met to qualify for a refund.
    1. We are to receive a copy of the O.F.A written report and x-rays.
    2. If the dog is found to be dysplastic, a full refund will be granted upon the return of the dog and it’s registration papers, which will be signed over to us (the original seller of the pup).
  4. In the event that the dog is PRA positive or is found to have hip dysplasia, and the owner chooses to keep the clog, a fifty percent (50%) refund of the original purchase price will be granted providing that the dog is spayed or neutered and a copy of the said procedure is sent to us Prior to the refund.  There will be a six month time limit for refunds from the time the disorder was discovered.
  5. All freight charges are to be paid by the owner for the dog that is being returned.

All shipping, travel, test and other expenses shall be the responsibility of the buyer.

Labs-R-It guarantees the health of the puppy for seven days after receipt of your puppy. All puppies will be examined by our veterinarian before shipment and will come with a health certificate from the vet. We recommend you have the puppy examined by your veterinarian as soon as possible.


Why Choose a Labrador Retriever

Labs-R-It Labrador Retriever Breeding and Training Randy holding HopeThe Labrador Retriever is best known for their love to hunt.  Labs have incredible noses that easily detect scent, they are natural swimmers, and they love to retrieve allowing them to perform exceptional well in upland hunting and waterfowl hunting.

According the American Kennel Club, based on registration numbers, the Labrador Retriever has been America’s favorite purebred dog for 17 straight years.  The Labrador is a loving, playful and very intelligent breed.  The breed’s origin was Newfoundland.  The first records of the Labrador Retriever were in 1822.

Labrador Retrievers can be classified as ‘working dogs’.  They have been used as guide dogs for the blind, deaf and other handicapped individuals because of their trainability, temperament, intelligence, and social disposition.  Labradors have been utilized in nursing homes and as companion for emotionally challenged children and adults.  The armed forces and many police squads use the Labrador for tracking criminals and finding drugs, weapons, bombs, and even  people buried in snow slides.

Because Labs are so intelligent they are easy to train and very eager to please anyone working and playing with them.  The average Lab can begin command training (Sit, Stay, Here) around 6 to 7 months.  The most important command is “NO”.  No means No.   Your Lab needs regular exercise, playing retrieve and walking your dog give your Labrador a chance to play and exercise and bond.  Don’t over feed your dog and keep them trim.

Always, always buy from a reputable trusted breeder.  Good breeders will provide a health certificate, provide all the appropriate shots, they should be AKC registered, and they will provide you with a family tree.

Congratulations on an intelligent choice.  Your Labrador retriever is the best all around dog in my opinion.