We are just starting out on our adventure of breeding Labradors.
Who we are
We have raised and bred German Shepherds and Shi'tzu. We got out of dog breeding as when we do something we want to do things right. Most markets are filled with low price pups when in reality to give quality animals and ensure they are taken care of (shots, DNA, Vet checks, and etc. These cost money. We have now moved to lovely Texas where I was stationed in Fort Hood. We didn't choose to breed JUST because of Texas. It just helped in the decision. My dad in 2013 as I was coming off Active Duty became very ill and was given a grim outlook of 5 years he would have to live. He stated he wanted a yellow dog. We got him a Yellow Lab, her name is Lacy. She has given my dad something we hadn't ever seen in the Shepherds or the Shi'tzus although cute. We call what they do is spread love and joy. My dad is way better now and he has been going strong. We now have Bindi Sue (Yes, I am a Steve Irwin Fan).
What can you expect from us?
As we are starting. Our plans are to stay with the pedigree of the labs. NO FANCY colors. I breed and work with our miniature cattle. I love the input of the breeders as the lab colors are connected to different lines just like our minis with the horns and no horns. As the silver gene is something new what we worry about is what genetics does it bring to the labradors. Our plans are just with my horses. We are looking to get our girl Bindi out to show her athleticism for her breed. What we love about the labs is their versatile nature. Hunting, sporting and family.