The Only Love Money Can Buy

We breed for that special lab that will
be the next member of your family.

This year will be yet another year that the Labrador Retriever will be the number one dog in the American Kennel Club registry. This continues because it is the most versatile of all canines. Having the opportunity to experience the breeding and training of second and third generations has helped me refine our breeding program. Breeding and training has progressed to the point that we are consistently producing the family companion and the family hunting retriever.

I have dedicated the past twenty-five years to the development of quality Labrador Retrievers. Educating the new owners (fathers, mothers, and children) is a big part of my program.

Over the past five years, I have begun to know just what it takes to create the perfect Labrador Retriever for the family home and the hunting home. The Lab is now (1) Living in the house up to 90% of the time, (2) Accompanying Mom on her walks and even to the store, (3) Keeping the children safe in their home and yard, (4) Keeping the teenager from being lonesome in his bedroom, (5) Going to the family farm or ranch with the family, and finally (6) Going on an occasional hunt. It is with these needs in mind that I concentrate on my breeding program to produce that special Labrador Retriever. Trainability and temperament are traits that we strive to put in our pups. An intelligent Lab moves through our obedience and hunting retriever training program well and exhibits a constant desire to please.

Linda Palmer Weld