Puppy Purchase Information
|Our Puppy Placement Process
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Once we announce the "go home" day for your litter
if you cannot pick your puppy up on this scheduled
day please let us know. We are more then glad to
keep the puppies a few additional days, for a nominal
fee, until you are your family are prepared to bring
them home. We have no problem holding your
puppy until your family is ready for them but we must
make a nominal charge to cover our expenses during
this time. If in the event your puppy stays longer and
is due for an additional set of shots we can do these
for you as well and add this to your final balance.
All puppies are sold with a AKC Limited Registration .
The understanding and time that goes into raising a
litter of puppies is something that we take very
serious so we do not give full registration. If you are
a established breeder and interested in one of our
dog or bitch may produce. In your puppy packet on
go home day is all the available paperwork to register
your pup with the American Kennel Club.
All puppies that are purchased come with Health and
Genetic Guarantee. Please click here for details.
|The Puppies are
raised in the Lower
Level of our home
in my office which
is right next to our
Family Room. So
they are socialized
everyone in our
home including all
of our Labradors as
|Once the litter arrives, we will provide you with weekly updates on our girls last weeks of pregnancy and the 8 weeks the
puppies spend with us. We do this by sharing email's, video's and pictures. We know how exciting purchasing a puppy
can be for you and your family so we love to share in that joy with you. If you are interested in visiting your puppy while
they are here they are available for visits right around seven weeks old. It is at this time that they have been Veterinary
cleared, had their first booster shot, and are very socially aware of everything going on around them. Please understand
that we do this to protect our puppies and ensure they are the healthiest when they begin to go home. Our puppies are
available to go home after they reach 8 weeks of age. Once each litter arrives we announce their "Go Home" Date so all
of you can plan ahead.
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|As the puppies begin to be weaned from their mother we
introduce them to Puppy Food starting with a "Gruel Mixture"
(Shown Right) As they continue to grow in your home we
suggest you place them on any "Quality Puppy Food" we
suggest Royal Canin Labrador Puppy or a comporable food.
They are also partially potty trained when you pick them up as
they will be introduced to the outdoors (weather and season
permitting) from week seven (after their 1st Shots) and of
course while they are here they will receive lots of love.
The medical care that your puppy will receive while in our care
is very important to us. All of our puppies are Initially examined
by our Vet in our home during the first 72hrs after whelping.
This examination is to ensure mom and puppies are all healthy.
They will be dewormed every two weeks while they are here as
well as receive a weekly bath and nail clipping. At seven
weeks of age each of the puppies are again examined by our
veterinarian and then we give their initial booster shots. We
want to ensure our puppies go home with everything they need
to start their new lives. All of this is documented in your puppy’
s chart and a copy of this information is provided to you when
you pick up your puppy.
Raising quality puppies is a priority to us.
|Labrador's come in 3 Colors Black, Yellow, and Chocolate. A Yellow Labrador can range from a lighter
Yellow to a Dark Red(Fox Red) and a Chocolate Labrador can range from a Lighter Chocolate to a Darker
Chocolate. They do not come in SILVER.
|From day 3 to day 16, we perform the 'Super Dog' program to start early neurological stimulation. Our puppy area in our home
includes tunnels, slides and a variety of other stimulating toys, that you will see in our weekly photo's as the puppies grow. We also
begin to introduce "clicker" training as long-term some of these puppies will grow to be service dogs for "Alpha Bravo" so our goal is
to produce the all around puppy that will do well in my home, your home, and as service companions.
All puppies are introduced to different types of ground, such as, concrete, gravel, grass, carpet, tile, wood, etc. Because we believe
in an all purpose Labrador, some of our puppies are introduced to gun fire and feathers before they leave our home for those looking
for Hunting Partners.
We provide our puppies with what we feel to be the best start to their lives.
|All of the dogs in our breeding program are proudly registered through the AKC, OFA, CERF and receive their CHIC
The biggest question we get is " Is a Puppy Picked for us or do we get to choose a puppy?"
We have been asked this question many times and our answer is always the same. We start temperament testing on
each litter at 5-6 weeks and document what we are seeing with each puppy after each test, each week. As we develop
this information we compare it to the Puppy Questionnaire you filled out with us so we can determine your household
make-up (Other Children or Dogs), your activity level, and long-term what you are looking for in your puppy such as just a
companion, hunting partner, or potential therapy dog. As we compare the documentation on the temperament testing to
your questionnaires we develop an idea of what puppies would do best in your home. We then narrow that down to your
1st and 2nd Choices on your Deposit Contract and allow you to pick which puppy fits your home. Our goal is not only to
make sure you obtain the forever friend you are looking for but to also make sure we are doing right by our puppies and
not placing them in a home that has expectations that he/she would never live up to.
|If you are interested in one of our puppies please fill out our questionnaire to start the process of being placed on one of our
waiting lists. Once your deposit of $200.00 is received we will place you on the desired Upcoming Litter. Once the litter arrives
and we are past the first critical "72 hours" it is then that we will confirm with you that we have a puppy available for you. In the
event that "mother nature" does no work with us you can choose at that time to have your deposit refunded or transferred to one
of our upcoming litters.
Once the litter arrives, and we guarantee a puppy for you, your Deposit is NON REFUNDABLE (ALL REASONS) We have held a
puppy for you and declined other families. However your deposit is transferable to use towards any future within the next 2
years from the date it was originally received.
Please understand we are not a puppy factory filling orders, the wait could take up to a year depending on breeding cycles.
Lynneville Labradors ALWAYS reserves the right to hold any puppy(s) for our breeding program.
If you have a specific color or sex please make sure to let us know and include anything that will help us place a puppy that will
work best with you and your family.