Tess is curently in heat and well will breed her with Dusty as soon as she is ready. This will be a repeat breeding. It will be a black and chocolate litter.
Check the previous litter out here.
We regularly have chocolate, black and yellow labrador puppies.
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Why buy Labrador Puppies from Sierra Valley Labs
All our Lab puppies are born and raised in our home. We put a lot of energy into raising puppies. We are involved with them from birth. They are loved all day long. They are exposed to children, adults, older dogs, loud noises, household items, scented to wings, duck calls, a early start with obedience and potty training.
All Labrador retriever puppies for sale are guaranteed to not be affected by Exercise Induced Collapse (EIC), Cystinuria, Centonuclear Myopathy (CNM), Degenerative Myelopathy (DM) or Progressive Retinal Atrophy (prcd-PRA) through genetic testing of the parents.
Our lab puppies are well on their way to being potty trained before they're placed in their forever homes, as we've incorporated the misty method .
Labrador retriever puppies will have a complete puppy packet including information on shots, worming schedule and medication that has been given, that you will need to share with your vet. A written guarantee, and the basic schedule of sleeping and feeding that the puppy has been raised on will also be some of the information in your puppy packet.
AKC Northern California labrador puppy Breeder
All of our labrador puppies are registered with the American Kennel Club with limited registration, micro-chipped and ready to be enrolled in the AKC ReUnite program before they go into a new family home. This service is included in the purchase price of your puppy.
Our labrador puppies are also sent home with a supply of their current food and feeding schedule. We feed large breed puppy food to insure they grow up healthy and avoid any problems with dysplasia as recommended by the AKC.
We also send them home with a receiving blanket that has been with them for some time. It has the scent of their litter-mates and their mother to ease the transition to their new home.
We had a litter of Chocolates born on October 12th, 2020. They'll be ready to go home the first weekend on December, the 5th and 6th.