We have no litters available at this time. When we have an upcoming litter we will update on this page. Please check back with us at the end of May.
We are available most days of the week and weekends.
Since this is also our home we do have times that we are not available and or have errands to run.
Visits, pick ups, and drop offs are by appointment only!
Please call or text us @ 210-777-1464
Price, Payment and Deposits
Black, Yellow and Chocolate puppies are 1000.00
250.00 to reserve
Silver, Charcoal or White are 1500.00
500.00 deposit to reserve
Since the deposit is non-refundable, please contact us prior to placing a deposit
The remaining balance for the puppy, we prefer cash or check.
If you would like to pay the remaining balance with a credit card a 3% fee will be added.
To keep our puppies healthy and free from communicable diseases we will not
allow any visits to our kennel until the puppies are at least 5 weeks of age.
During the 5 weeks of age is when we will schedule visits for "Puppy Picks"
Puppies are introduced to dry food at 4 weeks of age.
They will be ready to go to their new homes at 7 weeks of age.
We believe that the 7-9 weeks of age period is the best bonding time with your new addition.
In certain cases we will let the puppy stay with us until 9 weeks of age.
After 9 weeks of age there will be a 25.00 a day boarding fee.
Please contact us prior to placing a deposit. It is important to us to know something about your family so that we know that our puppies are going to great homes and for you to know more about what to expect from adopting a Lab. Also this helps you to know for certain which puppy or pick is available.
For your convenience we accept:
Born at six ounces looking so sweet,
Born with two eyes two ears and four feet.
Growing like wild flowers out in the field,
Learning each day bout the world and its feel.
By three weeks it's moving around on all fours.
Searching each corner, the den and much more.
By four it is eating mashed food that is warm,
Yet still counting on mommy to keep it from harm.
By five it is steady on all four little paws,
Its jumping and playing, and using its claws.
By seven it is time to be moving along,
To a loving new family, where it soon will belong.
Leaving its mother, playmates and kin,
To start a new life with its family of friends.