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As the puppies approach week nine, spring has arrived, and they have investigated every buttercup and chewed every twig to be found in our blossoming lawn. The two remaining puppies of the Vaugo and Clue litter, whelped January 11, we affectionately refer to as Gaucho and Margot-- until newly christened with their permanent names. Both are responsive and intelligent with the sweet temperaments and beautiful countenances of the classic English Labrador. They have been nurtured in our home by our family since the first day of their lives.
For more pictorial details regarding the development of this outstanding litter, please visit the Archives on this page. Serious buyers are welcome to contact us for more information, including a digital brochure of immediate ancestry, sire and dam pictures, health documents, etc. While the puppies are certainly beautiful in their own right, their true quality is better understood through an investigation of their ancestral heritage.
We thank you for visiting Loblolly Labradors where we continue the Windancing line of sound, intelligent, and lovely Labs begun over thirty years ago by my mother, Sandy Shreffler.
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.