Labrador Retriever Puppies for Sale in Ontario
Our Upcoming Litters
Our fall and winter plans are as follows:
- Miss Sueze – finally has come into season, was bred to Declan Thursday May 26th and May 27th – this was AI breeding. And our ultrasound on June 25th, has said we are expecting. However, they can only find 3 puppies, so we will wait till our xray is done on July 25th before we open the reservation list. Puppies are due July 26 – and home time will be mid September. Please do not contact us till the reservation list is open. Keep checking this link.
- Miss Everlee – Yes, came into season! Bred to our wonderful Mac-Man June 1st, and fingers crossed ultrasound is July 5th – and if positive, puppies will be due August 2 – home time at the end of September.
- Miss Charlee – although we missed her last heat – and she was not bred, we have decided to show her, and work on her championship title, and LOC June 2022 was her first show! – fingers crossed for this lovely girl – we will plan to be breeding her in October, for first of December puppies – home time would be February. Stay tuned to this link.
Applications will not be open till confirmed pregnancy.
Please do not apply till you see confirmation of pregnancy on this web page.
Please read the following on how to obtain one of our puppies:
Puppy Purchase Process (click here)
We do not take reservations on our puppies until we have bred and an ultrasound tells us we have puppies. We will announce our expectancy here.
YOU WILL LOVE OUR LABS
We wish everyone so much happiness with their new additions to their families and remember to send us pictures as they grow. Keep in touch and many happy tails!
Check out our kind words from our lab puppy owners – TESTIMONIALS
More Kind Words From Owners
Ooh Denise, we are totally besotted with your darling Errigal. He is beyond fabulous and has really settled in and having fun with everyone.
It was my turn to host our Irish Book Club tonight and Errigal was SO happy-out when Jim carried him in to meet my girlfriends. There were six of us, and each one wanted to hold him. His tail was wagging like crazy and he bestowed adorable kisses on each of them as he was passed gently around from one to the other.
You cannot imagine the sheer joy you, Reno and Errigal have brought into our lives. We cannot express the great depth of our gratitude to you.
After loving and enjoying our beloved Ivy for 10 years, in June of last year we had to put him down. He was the most wonderful loving “chilling” as my kids called him dog we have ever had. His Certificate name was Notta Warf of Greyden Golden and he was born from Corhampton’s Barley O Brady and Cinderleaf Greyden Golden.
It took us a long time to get over our loss, but we have finally come around and decided it’s time to bring in the next puppy which is the reason for my email. Please let me know when the next litter of puppies will be available, we would like another large male like Ivy was. We are hopeful to get a puppy in the spring?