Selecting a Puppy
Does the puppy appear healthy? A good healthy puppy will have clear, shiny eyes that are free from discharge. Its coat will be glossy with a minimum of flaking skin. It should be alert and playful. Read more now!
Each year ads bombard us with images of adorable puppies wrapped in red bows waiting under the tree for excited children who will shower them with love and attention. But during the hectic holidays, this may not be reality. Read more now!
It is the opinion of the Labrador Retriever Club, Inc. that a silver Labrador is not a purebred Labrador retriever. The pet owning public is being duped into believing that animals with this dilute coat color are desirable, purebred and rare and, therefore, warrant special notoriety or a premium purchase price. Read more now!
It has become increasingly popular among non-profit organizations to offer Labrador Retriever puppies ‘for sale’ at auctions as a means of raising funds for the organization. The Labrador Retriever Club, Inc. opposes Labrador Retrievers being donated and sold at auction for any purpose, charitable or otherwise. Read more now!
Apply for a Directory Listing
The LRC Breeders Directory is comprised of Labrador Retriever breeders who have been LRC members in good standing for at least two years and support the goals of the club. Read more now!
The Labrador Retriever Club, Inc. retains the unilateral right to refuse to list any breeder, whom in its opinion, has not adhered to fair and reasonable breeder practices. Contact the LRC Breeders Directory Program Coordinator in writing if you have a complaint about a breeder. Read more now!