Truebred Labrador breeders and puppies – NSW Australia
We breed both golden (yellow) and black Labrador puppies, and they normally go to their new families from when they are eight weeks of age.
Before we provide a few more details about our puppies, we want to clarify that a Labrador Retriever is the correct and proper name for a Labrador. It is NOT a cross-breed between a Labrador and a Golden Retriever. We receive a number of emails about this, and just wanted to clarify.
When we have puppies available, notice of this will be placed on our Puppy Update page. We try and post updates regularly.
Also, we do have a litter of purebred Labrador puppies that were born in early February 2015. They should be available to go to their new families when they are eight weeks of age. You may be interested in reading about how to buy a Labrador puppy from me.
This is Bella (born 21/9/09) below, and is a registered, purebred, black female Labrador Retriever. She has been screened for various conditions, such as hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy (PRA), and exercise induced collapse (EIC). And as can be seen from the photo, is a proven breeding female. She is registered on the Main register. We are offering her to a suitable new home, for $1500.
We hope that the above and our website has been of assistance. And please do not hesitate to contact us if any further details etc are required in relation to our Labrador Retrievers.
Please note that our registered breeder kennel name is Truebred. Another Labrador breeder has used ‘truebred labradors‘ on their website and have been asked to remove this, so they have changed it to ‘true bred labradors‘. So please be aware.