Scroll through our current posts for information regarding the breed,
our kennel news, and upcoming litters.
Please see below for pictures and details of a pending litter.
If you are interested in Irene, a one year old red female currently available for adoption, please refer to our Adults to Adopt page and/or email us at LoblollyLabradors@gmail.com
We are excited to announce the imminent birth of a litter of black pups due late June, thus ready for their new families in late August. (The puppies pictured above are from a 2018 litter, but are shown just in case you need a visual ;)
Both parents ( Click here to see Donaghy; here for Maggie; and refer to the slideshow below) are lovely souls: beautiful, affectionate, and intelligent, and the scion of a long heritage of thoughtful breeding for conformation, disposition, and health.
These pups will be raised with care, cleanliness, and security in an indoor, climate-controlled environment where they'll be attended to as they mature, receiving developmental levels of socialization that entails daily handling, graduated introduction of novelty, noise desensitization, and controlled outside visits. By eight weeks of age, we'll have administered three de-wormings and the initial round of puppy vaccines. At pick-up we send puppies home with a portfolio, microchip, written health contract, health records, pre-paid AKC registration, care guidelines, a supply kit of sundries, and a week's worth of quality kibble (we feed Victor Hi Pro-Plus to our pups).
After pups are born and availability in terms of sex is established, deposits of $1000 towards the full purchase price will determine order of choice. Initial deposits are non-refundable but transfer in perpetuity should a family need to defer adoption for extenuating circumstances. The balance is due at pickup.
As the pups grow, I send out weekly Puppy Reports with pictures and details so that your family can enjoy their maturation until adoption at 8 weeks. While pre-established order of choice structures the selection process, we offer information and insight on disposition, energy level, and attention valence-- as requested-- to families to assist in the selection process of individual pups.
We welcome any questions that you have and are glad to provide further details: LoblollyLabradors@gmail.com
If in your inquiry, you would share details of your family and intentions, we would be appreciative as it's important to us that each Lab pup go to a conscientious home where it will be valued as an integral member of the family.
Eve & Chris 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.