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our kennel news, and upcoming litters.
We hope that you are doing okay out there, and that despite the anxiety and hardship of the current crisis, your family is safe and well and feeling optimistic. We are lucky enough to be holed up out in the countryside of TN with a bunch of affable Labs, so we're doing okay, too, and thanks so much to the many of you who have contacted us with well wishes and kind thoughts. (We put up a lot of dog food, but did stop short of hoarding... although figuring out that line took some circumspection.)
We are hopeful for a litter in May out of Neko and Donaghy: the pups will be all yellows, most likely on the lighter end of the spectrum. While we do have some reservations already, we believe we will have availability, so please contact us for more details at LoblollyLabradors@gmail.com if adopting a puppy in July sounds like a good plan for your family.
Please do peruse our website to understand our history, practices, and intentions. We are committed to the welfare of our individual dogs and the breed as a whole, so our first priority is finding family placements for our Labs that are equally committed to lifelong, conscientious care. We appreciate when people share their history and intentions with us in their inquiries, as adopting a puppy is a matter of mutual trust.
Take care, America.
Eve & 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.