The seven puppies born of Windancing's Fire on the Mountain "Moody" and Windancing's Wednesday at Verdigris are three weeks old and a lovely little crowd of blooming personalities. Coats are gradually darkening, and their pigment is deepening into shoe-polish black. We have unofficially passed out names to aid the socializing process, and we now have the names Wells, Brick, Titus, and Pip for the boys, and English, Fern, and Kiwi for the girls to make everything a bit more fun until they move to their new homes and new names. We look forward to watching the pups grow in the next weeks and beginning to signal their evolution towards the same desirable qualities of their dam and sire including good bone, blocky heads, and intelligent, laid-back personalities, plus the added feature of lovely red coats.
For pictures of the dam and sire, as well as an extensive portfolio of immediate ancestry, please consult the blog post directly preceding this one.
With one male and one female spoken for, we are taking deposits to secure order of choice for the puppies' homing date of August 18. At that time they will have been wormed twice and received all requisite vaccinations. Puppies go to their new homes with a care kit including a week's supply of quality kibble, a comfort toy and blanket, and a portfolio consisting of AKC registration papers, pedigree, health record, sales contract, and training literature, plus a two year guarantee on hips, elbows, and eyes.
In addition to health and beauty, our dogs sport happy and confident attitudes as all puppies are individually socialized throughout their time with us to ensure the easiest possible transition into their new lives and the enduring temperaments into adulthood of loving, affable companions.
For more details regarding this litter, please contact us at LoblollyLabradors@gmail.com, visit our CONTACT page, or call/text us at 901.338.4321. We are located 30 minutes southeast of Nashville, TN, and glad to assist in delivery within a two hour radius.
Thanks so much for your interest in Loblolly.
Eve and Christopher Farrell
My family got our first Labrador when I was eight. I wanted a cat. Despite my initial reluctance and deep desire for a feline, our first Labs-- Spike & Princess-- brought great happiness into our household and marked the beginning of my lifelong love for Labradors. Eventually I got my cat, but with 35 years of experience with this breed, I am grateful for the beauty and joy of my family's Labrador heritage, and thus, I dedicate this page to the very first ones of my childhood.