The Labrador Retriever is a solid, muscular dog, slightly longer than tall, with a short, water-resistant double coat. They have a broad head and thick nose. Eyes are chestnut or hazel. The English Labrador version is heavier, thicker and stockier. The American Lab is usually taller and slimmer.

Labs are loving and affectionate. They’re loyal and want to please. They love water and are friendly with children and other dogs. They crave human attention and need to feel part of the family.

The dogs are easy to groom and usually live for 10-12 years.  They NEED exercise everyday, but, if they get this, are fine for condo living. Training is highly recommended.

Labrador Retrievers are the number one favorite dog in the U.S. today.  The AKC recognizes the chocolate, black and yellow color.

About the Labrador
<a href="">Flash Required</a>
Flash Required
Above, one of our pups from previous years, below our beautiful yellow male, the father to our yellow & platinum pups.

Platinum Labrador Retrievers is inspected and approved by the AKC.
The gentle, intelligent and family-friendly Labrador Retriever from Canada continues to be the most popular breed in the United States, according to AKC® registration statistics. This versatile hunting breed comes in three colors – yellow, black and chocolate – and because of his aptitude to please his master they excel as guide dogs for the blind, as part of search-and-rescue teams or in narcotics detection with law enforcement.
A Look Back
Labrador Retrievers, originally from Newfoundland, were initially used in work alongside fisherman, helping to pull in nets and catch fish that escaped from fishing lines. After being crossed with Setters, Spaniels and other Retrievers, the Labrador Retriever honed its skills as a true retriever. From this point in the breed’s history, "Labs," as they are affectionately called, were bred primarily to perform as an efficient retriever of game, with a stable temperament suitable for a variety of activities beyond hunting.

Right Breed for You?
An ideal sporting and family dog, the Labrador Retriever thrives as part of an active family or as a trusted hunting companion. A double-coated breed which sheds seasonally, regular grooming keeps his coat at its water-resistant best. Because of his even temperament and trainability millions of Americans own a Labrador Retriever as a pet.
If you are considering purchasing a Labrador Retriever puppy, learn more here.
Sporting Group; AKC recognized in 1917
Average size: from 55 to 75 pounds
Outgoing and devoted companions; Water dog