MyLabrador’s Professional Breeding
Labrador Retriever puppies of the highest pedigree from selected parents in terms of morphology, character and health.
Seriousness, competence, passion.
MyLabrador’s is a professional breeding for Labrador Retriever selection in the 3 colors (black, yellow and chocolate).
We breed Labrador puppies for selection, character and typicality only one breed in the colors allowed by the FCI standards.
We are recognized with ENCI (Ente Nazionale Cinofilia Italiana) and FCI (Fédération Cynologique Internationale) affixes, with health authorization IT022FC037 issued by the ASL of the Emilia-Romagna.
By choice we are a Labrador kennel small in the number of subjects bred but “big” in the quality of work we do with our puppies on a daily basis.
In the first few weeks of life, all of our puppies undergo a neurosensory stimulation in order to achieve an excellent balance in their relationship with humans and other dogs, all of which will allow for an easier integration into the new family.
All our puppies are sold only after 3 months and 21 days of age with puppy kit, health booklet, complete vaccination cycle, Campbell test, transfer contract, dog registry office registration, health documentation, FCI/ENCI pedigree of the highest pedigree, 7 genetic tests on hereditary diseases with deposited DNA and official HD/ED dysplasia control certification of the parents at 1800 € + VAT (2000 € + VAT Redfox puppies).
All our puppies follow special courses in order to prevent possible behavioral disorders and undergo the “Bio Sensor Program” from the first days of life.
Each MyLabrador puppy is sold fully weaned, wormed several times, with 3 vaccinations up to full cycle, health record booklet, health declaration from the referring veterinarian, microchip and registration with the dog registry, FCI/ENCI pedigree, official certifications for parental dysplasia exemption and 7 DNA genetic testing for Centronuclear Myopathy (CNM), Degenerative Myelopathy (Exon 2 DM), Exercise-Induced Collapse (EIC), Hereditary Nasal Paracheratosis (HNPK ), Retinal Dysplasia (OSD), Progressive Retinal Atrophy (prcd-PRA), Skeletal Dysplasia-Nanism (SD2), Hair Length and Coat Color, accompanied by our puppy guide and contract of surrender.
By our, deliberate, “ethological choice,” puppies can only be adopted after 3 months and 21 days of life.
Our breeding protocol is that our puppies are born, open their eyes, begin to walk, are weaned, and are socialized ONLY and EXCLUSIVELY within our property, under our eyes, in our hands, and cared for by the referring veterinarian.
We NEVER delegate this responsibility to a third party. Because we want to be sure to deliver you a “100% MyLabrador’s” puppy.
We are EXTREMELY attentive to the selection of the future owner (individual and family), their lifestyle and the environment in which one of our puppies will live. This, in order to assess the compatibility and sustainability of the commitment required to manage a puppy (and future dog).
For this purpose, these must be people we consider suitable to care for and live closely with a puppy. We do not discriminate against anyone: the goal is only to “optimize” the quality of cohabitation of the “human-dog” pair (in the interest of both the family and our puppies).
Only after a meeting at our headquarters in Emilia Romagna, upon precise arrangements, can we later consider a home delivery of the puppy.
Breeding with passion!
ENCI-FCI-recognized professional breeding with MyLabrador’s affix entered in the Breeder’s Register.
Suitability for trade, training, breeding and keeping of companion animals (R.L. Feb. 17, 2005 No. 5 – Resolution of G.R. No. 736, 09.05.2005) No. 5327, 26.03.2012
Authorization Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry
ASL Authorization (IT022FC037)
Authorization Municipal Technical Office
Authorization Chamber of Commerce and Crafts R.E.A. FO337409
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