We are a small hobby kennel located in Mobile, Alabama. We have been Lab people for a number of years. We take great pride in the quality breeding of our dogs. Our English type Labrador are bred for type and temperament. When you adopt one of our puppies you will not only be selecting a superb dog, you will be choosing a companion for life. All puppies will be sold with limited registration.
The Labrador retriever was bred in Newfoundland, Canada, to find and fetch felled birds, typically water fowl. It is one of the most popular companion and helper dogs. It is not by chance that the Labrador has become one of the most successful companion dogs in the world. Throughout its history, though inter-breeding and diversity of type have taken place, three attributes of the original ancestors of the breed have persevered: the short, dense coat, the otter tail, and the good natured temperament. Even-tempered, utterly dependable with children, loyal, devoted, affectionate, highly trainable are just a few of the adjectives which describe Labs. For these reasons and many others, Labs are the favored breed as guides for the blind and helpers for the deaf and paralyzed.
Labs require very little maintenance in comparison to other breeds. Because they are a short coated breed, they require minimal grooming. They should be exercised regularly to maintain muscle tone and fitness (as they love to eat, if not exercised sufficiently they tend to pack on the pounds). Contrary to belief, they do not require a lot of open space to run around and can live quite comfortably in an apartment with frequent leash walks (though it is a treat for them to go on outings where they can safely be unleashed and allowed to play ball or go swimming). Owning your own home with a fenced-in yard just means there's less walking for you. The Lab is, after all, most happy when his owner whom he loves above anything else (except his food, maybe) is happy.