We only have one or two Labs that reside in the house. The remainder of my Labrador Retrievers, live in a kennel.
That can be a challenge. Our puppies are in high demand. Most generally you will need to put a deposit down and get on a waiting list. Deposit are normally non-refundalbe unless we have a side agreement or a problem on our end.
Our puppy price change often, due to many factors.
This is a very important question. WE at Punk Hollow start handling our puppies from birth, and handling continues daily until they go home with their new adopted parents. Besides medical preventives, our Lab Puppies are evaluated, and tested which requires lots of handling. Then to add to the socialization, the puppies are handled and played with constantly by the staff and grandchildren.