Welcome to Lone Tree Labradors

Rhenee and I spend a lot of time and effort in working with and caring for our dogs. Our dogs are working companions and they’re training or hunting with us almost every day of the year. This bond gives /good-persuasive-speech-topics us direct insight into their drive, physical abilities and disposition. This in turn allows us to understand the traits of a Labrador that will produce a puppy that will have the desire to work hard and passionately in the hunting arena as well as have the disposition to relax in the house and be a wonderful family pet.

Our Dogs being very good and sitting still

Our Dogs

Needless to say, we are very particular about the homes we place our pups in, so we will have many questions if you decide you are interested in owning one of our pups…
a litter of Puppies sleeping

Upcoming Litters

Pups are examined by our vet at 2-3 days old when their dewclaws are removed, when they have their first round of puppy vaccinations and before being sent to their new homes…
Dog Training in the fields

Dog Training

Our heated and air-conditioned kennel for dogs in training and for our dogs has individual outdoor access and all kennels have Kurunda beds…

Interesting fact...

Most guide dogs are Labrador Retrievers. In fact, over 70% of dogs used by Guide Dogs of America are labs. The site states, “…we have found them to be the most successful breed used for guide dogs.” If that’s paper writers not a good enough reason to adopt one of these lovable pups, I don’t know what is!