People and their dogs . . . all part of the family. Share your puppies/dogs . . . and tell everyone why you love them. Here are a few comments from family members and owners:
Duke is my 2 year old Chocolate Lab. A pup of Whiskey and Royal, Duke is energetic and absolutely loves chasing his ball! He's still growing and is a complete bed hog at 65lbs. He has been so easy to train and is the perfect companion for me.
This is 6 month old, 44 lbs Bailey, out of Jaxson and Jazzy.
Bailey is the perfect pup! She LOVES people, kids, and other dogs. She
has the best disposition, and is built like her daddy Jaxson. She's
everything you would ever want in a Lab! Circle B Labs is the best!
That's why I'm getting my second pup (Silver) out of Bacardi &
Whiskey, in about a week. There's no better breeder around, than
Circle B Labs!
A few months later . . .
Here's my 2 Circle B Lab pups. The chocolate, is a female, "Bailey". She's an 11 month old 60 lb bird dog, out of Jazzy and Jaxon. Bailey is SO sweet, and everyone loves her. My silver is a male, "Jager or Jagermeister". He's a 6 month old, 56 lbs of pure laid back sweetheart. Jager is out of Bacardi and Whiskey. He should be my 100 lb sweet, retriever when he grows up, and he loves to be next to me all the time. Circle B Labs breed sweet, wonderful, great disposition Labs. I wouldn't buy from anyone else!
Hi! Ruger is almost 1 and I can't believe how fast time has gone!
We're moving to Texas in 6 months and might be looking to get him a
buddy. I'll keep in touch and check on your silvers! This is this morning! We had a weird amount of snow show up today!
A few months later . . .
Hi! My friends want one of my dogs puppies! Would you want to breed him at all? I don't know how to go about that and I don't want a bunch of puppies lol
Let me know!! Thanks :)
We love our sweet, smart boy. He is 6 months old now.
Happy we chose him. He has been playing fetch and antler training
well. He was easy to house break and has good behavior. The pic is a
little old. He will make an excellent stud dog for my girls. Thank you
Rowdy at 6 months about 70 lbs. He doesn't stay still long enough for a
picture! This is 9 month old pic. Rowdy out of Jaxson and Marley. Almost 9 months.
Here is another photo of Sterling. He continues to be an amazing pup. I've had so much fun with him. He is so well behaved and such a wonderful boy. I get to see another pup from you next week. There is one from your place that goes to the same doggy daycare from time to time, I can't wait to see him . . . Also, how much does Whiskey, his father, weigh? Sterling is 50 pounds and solid at almost six months. He's a good looking boy!
Sterling Update: Sterling is now one and doing fantastic. I wanted to let you know what a wonderful pup he is and let you see a photo of him. He is just over 80 pounds. He is short, stocky and buff. People always comment on the perfect lab build that he has. He loves to swim, is wonderful with kids and plays well with other dogs. He's extremely calm and well natured. He's been this way from day one with me. Everyone still comments on how gorgeous he is and wants to know about him. He knows he's a handsome boy and prances about, he's quite the show off. Thanks again for helpings me connect with him last summer, he has been a true joy.
Please, share your thoughts as well as information about the puppies who joined your family from Circle B Labs.
Circle B Labs would love to hear from you. Tell us about your buying experience as well as your new found friend.
Give Circle B Labs a call today at (253)-307-4677 if you have any questions about Labrador Retrievers in general, or our puppies in particular. We would love to hear from you.
The Labrador Retriever was developed in England in the mid 1800s.
Labrador Retrievers are sporting dogs.
Besides hunting, Labs work as assistance dogs for people with disabilities, as search and rescue dogs.
Labs need to be brushed on a regular basis (about once a week) to keep them clean.
A Labrador with correct temperament is never hyperactive.
Since 1991, they have been the top registered dog with the AKC.
Most Labradors, show and field bred, make great hunters.
Although very protective, Labradors are generally not reliable guard dogs.
Labradors tend to be good with children.
Labradors love to swim. In general, they take to swimming quite naturally.
Labradors used to come in three colors: black, chocolate, and yellow, but now breeders have introduced silver labs.
Aside from the color itself, there are no differences in the dogs.
Two sets of genes, not one, control a Lab's coloration.
Bored Labradors may bark, but excessive barking is not generally typical.
Labs love to be with people.
Labs are energetic and enjoy being active, playing games, and participating in activities as simple as fetch.
Both sexes make good pets.
Labs are not shy or nervous dogs, which means they are usually not afraid of things.
Labs love to put things in their mouths!
These dogs are very independent, which means that sometimes Labs want to do things their own way.
Training should start early.
Here are some Labrador Retriever basics: