Connecticut Labrador Breeders

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For most dog owners in Connecticut, the toughest challenge has been to find a good breeder. This is why at Connecticut Labrador Breeders, we have done the running around for you. We screen our breeders and only work with those who meet our breeding standards. Our trained puppy counselors help you in finding the right breed and puppy. Our puppies are thoroughly examined for health concerns before they join your family. We do all this because we believe you don't just bring home a puppy, instead you bring home a relationship!

We place puppies in caring lifelong homes in Connecticut and across the US. All of the puppies available on this website are from our exclusive national network of the finest breeders and may not necessarily be located in Connecticut. Shipping is available.

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Welcome

The toughest part of buying a Labrador Retriever puppy is finding a breeder who can be trusted on their word. The sad fact is that some breeders aren't really providing purebreds but pass them off as so, causing some problems for their eventual owners. Here at puppies for sale, our goal is to eliminate these uncertainties while still providing you with high quality service. All the breeders and puppy counselors connected through our system have gone through a rigorous process to be part of this elite network. Rest assured that each of them have the right qualifications to offer only the best purebred Labrador puppies for sale in CT today.

Is the Labrador Retriever the Right Breed for You?

It only makes sense that you do some research before being absolutely sure that you are getting a Labrador Retriever. You should be aware that the Lab is one of the gentlest breeds, known for their ability to easily connect with children. A fairly large dog, puppies thrive best in a home with a fairly large yard for the pooch to play in. You should also consider the exercise needs of this four-legged bundle as the breed needs a brisk walk everyday thanks to it boundless energy. Although it can adjust to apartment life, the Lab will thrive best in a home with large spaces for running and exploring.

Labrador Retriever History

Classified within the Gun Dog group, the Labrador Retriever is a highly flexible dog with a rich history. They were originally used to help fishermen with their catch, even trained to jump off the boat and pull the nets. Today, they are trained for a wide array of jobs, including police work, retrieving, tracking, hunting, narcotics detection, search and rescue, police work and as a watchdog. They were also known as the St. John's Dog and were first brought to England during the year 1800s. Your puppy should be able to show promise in performing most of the tasks done by his ancestors – with proper Labrador puppy training, of course. All these qualities are what Connecticut Labrador breeders will be trying to maintain in their purebreds which is why it is crucial that you get a pup from someone who knows what he is doing.

Labrador Retriever Appearance

The Labrador Retriever is one of the most handsome breeds today with a height reaching 24 inches for the male and 23 inches for the female. Weights typically have a minimum of 60 pounds for the males while women follow a minimum of 55 pounds. Some guys could actually reach 100 pounds, which is really impressive.

As for general appearance, this would depend on whether the Labrador comes from English or American stock. The English types tend to have bigger body while the American is taller and slender. Both come in different shades of color from chocolate, black and even a shade of yellow. They have a double coat that sheds on an average rate. The short hairs make it very easy to maintain, requiring only frequent brushing.

The eye color can range from brown to hazel depending on the coat of the dog. Some of them may even have greenish or silver eyes with black rims. The head is broad with a black or brown nose. The muzzle is typically wider with the teeth, meeting at a scissors level bite. The eyes are set wide while the ears are pendant shaped hanging downwards. With a body typically longer than taller, this dog has a thick base tail that tapers down towards the tip. The feet are webbed which accounts for their excellent swimming ability. Connecticut Labrador puppies for sale may not have all these characteristics upon purchase but if buying from reputable breeders, the pooch will grow into those characteristics.


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Our Breeding Standards

We believe that our breeders should represent the quality we stand for, and we hand-select who we work with. Of the numerous new breeders we get in touch with, less than 15% get approved to become a part of our network! Below are a few of the factors we take into account while considering a breeder for our family:
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Our Health Check

We require all our puppies to undergo an extensive health check before they come home to you. This health check is performed by the breeder's veterinarian, who is required to fill out our Veterinary Health Report. This report, created for us by a licensed veterinarian, is designed to examine the condition of every puppy for:
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Our Partners

We believe bringing home a puppy is a huge responsibility, and we would like to ensure that our puppy parents are well-equipped with the knowledge and resources they need to help their puppy with the transition into the new home. We have partnered with companies whose values correlate to ours in terms of responsible pet ownership.
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