- Dog Breed: Labrador Retriever
- Description: I have an attractive litter of 10 AKC purebred Labrador retriever puppies for Sale. They were born on July 29, 2011. They will be available to move to their new homes on September 9, 2011, when they will be six weeks old
I have 7 males still available: 1 yellow and 6 chocolate.
I have 2 females still available: 1 yellow and 1 black.
My dam is an AKC registered beautiful chocolate Labrador retriever and she is a great nurturing mother. My sire is an AKC registered beautiful black Labrador retriever with a blockhead. All my dogs are well socialized and have great temperaments.
The puppies are family raised and handled by both adults and children from birth. All puppies have had their dewclaws removed, regular dewormings, and will come to you with their first vaccinations and a vet examination. The puppies are registered under AKC and have full registration.
Please call me or email me for more information, more pictures either of the puppy or parents.
- Age: Baby
- Price: 500.00
- Location: Hempstead, TX 77445 (United States)
- Contact Number: 936-419-1554
There are two types of Labradors, the English Labrador and the American Labrador. The English bred lab comes from English bred stock. Their general appearance is different. The English bred labs are heavier, thicker and blockier. The American bred Lab comes from American bred stock and is tall and lanky. The double coat is smooth and does not have any waves. Coat colors come in solid black, yellow, or chocolate. There is also said to be a rare silver or gray color that is referred to by the AKC as a shade of chocolate. This color is controversial and some claim it is a Weimaraner cross, while others say it is a true mutation. The head of the labrador is broad with a moderate stop. The nose is thick, black on black and yellow dogs and brown on chocolate dogs. The nose color often fades and is not considered a fault in the show ring. The teeth should meet in a scissors or level bite. The muzzle is fairly wide. The neck is proportionately wide and powerful. The body is slightly longer than tall. The short, hard coat is easy to care for and water-resistant. The medium sized eyes are set well apart. Eye color should be brown in yellow and black dogs and hazel or brown in chocolate dogs. Some labs can also have green or greenish yellow eyes. In silver dogs the eye color is usually gray. The eye rims are black in yellow and black dogs and brown in chocolate dogs. The ears are medium in size, hanging down and pendant in shape. The otter tail is thick at the base, gradually tapering towards the tip. It is completely covered with short hair, with no feathering. The feet are strong and compact with webbed feet which aid the dog in swimming.
- Dog Breeds: Part Labrador Retriever and part mutt
- Age: 4 months old
- Description: I have a tan puppy that needs a good home. He’s had basic shots including 2 parvo shots. He’s a very loving dog with beautiful eyes. He gets along great with adults, children & other dogs. I ask only the cost of the parvo shots he has received ($17).
- Price: $17.00
- Location: Twin City, Ga. 30471
- Contact Number: 4783310543
- E-mail: email@example.com
The Newfoundland is a strong, massive dog. The head is broad and heavy with a slightly arched crown. The neck and back are strong. The wide muzzle is about as broad as it is deep, and rather short. The stop is moderate. The nose is generally black except on bronze-colored dogs, which have brown noses. The teeth meet in a level or scissors bite. The deep-set, dark brown eyes are relatively small and spaced wide apart. The triangular shape ears have rounded tips and are relatively small. The legs are well muscled, straight and parallel. The cat-like feet are webbed. Dewclaws can be removed. The tail is strong and broad at the base, hanging down. The double coat is flat and water-resistant. The oily outer coat is coarse and moderately long, either straight or wavy. The undercoat is oily, dense, and soft. Dogs that live indoors tend to loose their undercoats. Coat colors include black (most common), black with blue highlights, black with white markings, brown, gray, and white with black markings known as a Landseer. Note: in the USA and Great Britain the Landseer is considered the same breed as the Newfoundland, however in some European countries the Landseer is a totally different breed than the Newfoundland. Landseers in Europe have longer legs than newfies, Landseers are not so massive, they are more sporty dogs. In shows, they compete separately. Continue reading Newfoundland Information