Top registered Labrador breeder NSW Australia
Truebred have been breeders of Labrador puppies for sale in New South Wales (NSW) Australia since 1997. They are registered Labrador breeders with Dogs NSW, Sydney, Australia.
Our puppy breeding program is required to meet strict and mandatory standards for the breeding, care, etc. of the Labrador puppies.
What that means to you is that you can be assured of the level of care, welfare, and attention that our Lab puppies and their parents have received. This results in you getting a Labrador puppy of the highest quality and health etc.
We consider ourselves to be small-scale Labrador Retriever breeders and only breed a few litters of Lab pups per year. This allows us to be able to spend more time with the pups individually. We feel that this is important, and adds to their socialisation, behaviour, and/or temperament for when they go to their new families. Our reviews are a testimony to this.
If you want to buy one of our Labrador Retriever puppies, then please note that our Lab pups normally sell quickly (and we believe they represent good value, given the high quality). Often they are adopted by families at various destinations throughout Australia. Many go to families in the Sydney, Central Coast, Newcastle, Wollongong, and regional NSW areas. We also have happy puppy owners in various other locations, such as WA, QLD, VIC, other parts of Australia, and overseas.
Each of our Lab puppies for sale is provided to their new owners with a range of items etc, which include (for example) free insurance (conditions apply), dog ebooks, pedigree (registered) papers, vaccination certificate, microchip documents, puppy care ebook, and puppy pack. We also offer a customer satisfaction guarantee so that if within 3 days the puppy is not acceptable to you for any reason, then we take the puppy back and refund you 50% of the purchase price.
The Royal Canin puppy packs that we provide at no extra charge include some great items, such as:
If you would like your Labrador puppy delivered, then that too can be arranged. For example, our Labrador puppies have gone to various destinations, such as Sydney, Central Coast, Newcastle, regional NSW, Canberra (ACT), and throughout Australia. Puppies can also be collected directly from us.
We have been able to negotiate some terrific prices for air delivery, which include:
Our Labrador puppies are bred in a family environment and are socialised with other dogs, children, adults, etc. They also enjoy their rural five-acre property.
These quality Labrador puppies normally go to their new homes when they are at least eight (8) weeks of age. This is for a couple of reasons.
Firstly, they are Vet checked, vaccinated, microchipped, etc. at six (6) weeks of age. Then they remain with us for the further two (2) weeks to help their immunity to respond etc. to the vaccination before they leave us.
Secondly, it is our understanding that it is also a law for puppies for sale in NSW not to be sold or leave our care until they are at least eight weeks (8) of age. We believe that this is sensible, especially so that the Labrador puppies for sale are of adequate maturity before going to their new homes, and to also allow for their immune system to adequately respond to the vaccinations.
To optimise the individual development of the puppies, and to also help with the transition to their new families, the puppies are fed individually before they leave us.
The parents of the puppies are screened for various conditions, including hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy (PRA), and exercise-induced collapse (EIC). They are also from champion bloodlines.
Some providers are selling puppies well in excess of $2500 each, and with less testing or screening for health conditions, and having lower quality parentage lines, etc. Even some pet shops, such as in Sydney, are charging more.
The parents of our current puppies are valued at about $20,000, due to their premier quality, pedigrees, health screening, importation from overseas, etc. So, our puppies are competitively priced at $2500 each. Details on obtaining a puppy are here.
Photographs of some of our Labrador puppies from past litters here: Labrador puppies pictures.
We hope to add more puppy pictures plus any updated information.
Please note that we normally do not have any chocolate Labrador puppies for sale. Black and golden yellow Labradors puppies are our preference.
As our Labrador puppies normally are all ‘adopted’ and go to their new homes at eight weeks of age, due to their popularity, we suggest that if you are seriously interested in obtaining one, please act quickly. Details on obtaining a puppy are here.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you any inquiries in relation to Labrador puppies for sale in NSW Australia. Please note that we try to keep our website up-to-date with details of any impending or proposed Labrador puppies for sale.
Some of our reviews can be read here.
A: The cost of Labrador puppies in Australia can vary considerably. Some can be reasonably cheap, and from people who do little or no testing of the breeding stock, have bitches and pups with poor diets, and generally poor care. Prices go up to the more premier quality Labrador puppies which come from quality breeding stock that have registered pedigrees. Also breeding stock are tested for various health conditions, and the dogs and pups are well cared for.
A: Our Labrador pups are $2500.
A: Firstly, buy from a registered and experienced Labrador breeder, and who are registered with the Australian National Kennel Council (ANKC), such as Truebred Labradors. Secondly, ask to view the test results for the pup’s parents, which should include test results for the conditions of Hip Dysplasia, Elbow Dysplasia, Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA), and Exercise-induced Collapse (EIC). The acceptable hip scores for Hip Dysplasia should be no higher than the breed average (which is about 12.6), and ideally, as low as possible. PRA and EIC tests can report parents as being either CLEAR, CARRIER or AFFECTED. The best results for PRA and EIC should be that both parents are CLEAR. If one parent is a CARRIER then the other parent should be CLEAR. If one parent is AFFECTED then the other parent should be CLEAR. I would not buy a puppy if both parents are reported as being CARRIER or AFFECTED. Or if one parent is reported as being CARRIER and the other is AFFECTED.
To help better understand DNA test results for parents of puppies, here is a table that sets out the different combinations of DNA test results for PRA and EIC, and what I consider to be acceptable and the risk levels:
Due to the testing and screening procedures that I use, NONE of my puppies will be affected by PRA, HNPK, or EIC.
If you wish to confirm my registration as a registered breeder, then you can view my Dogs NSW/ANKC details here.