We are located on 5 acres just north of Richmond, Virginia in a small town called Beaverdam. Labradors have been the love of my life since my first Labrador, Nicki, when I was a little girl. In 2008 I finally got my first English style Labrador, Oscar, after I lost my 17.5 year old mutt, Buddy. Oscar was brought into our home to be a pet and a wonderful pet he is. In 2010 it was time to get Oscar a younger playmate, so I was off to Deep Run Retrievers to pick up his sister, Liberty. Liberty picked me that day and what I didn’t know at that moment was that Liberty had big plans of becoming a show dog! So here we are today, hooked on the world of showing dogs! We are also looking forward to participating in Rally events and therapy dog training. I can’t thank my family and friends enough for all of their support and guidance in our new adventure. My in-laws Eric and Trudy Soneson of Prospect Labradors, Gwen & Pat of Whispering Labs in Belgium, and Shannon White, our first handling instructor, just to name a few. Thank you all for all your guidance and help with everything! All of my Labs in my breeding program will pass all OFA and health tests before breeding in order to breed stock free of common hereditary defects. My litters are bred with intentions of keeping something for myself and all puppies sold will be sold with an AKC limited registration, which means puppies cannot be bred or shown in conformation events, but may still participate in hunt tests, agility, obedience and other performance events. My Labradors are all fed a raw diet and I follow Dr. Jean Dodds’ shot protocol. I am a member of the Labrador Retriever Club of the Potomac and the Labrador Club of Scotland.

Do not be fooled by breeders trying to sell Labradors any color other than Black, Yellow or Chocolate. They are not pure bred Labrador Retrievers. See the link No to Silver Labradors for more information.