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DOGLESS IN SAN DIEGODear Tripper, This year my husband and I resolved to add a new member to the household…the family dog. We have two active boys ages four and six and felt they were missing out on their boyhood and childhood by being dogless. Thus began the search for the perfect family dog, which for us was a yellow Labrador. Being an active member of the postmodern world, we began utilizing search engines in the quest to find the perfect dog. Much to our delight was a site called Labpups.com with the winning slogan “home of the non-hyper family lab”! Myriad visits on the web site and several phone calls later we were sold on our newest little member of the family…Chloe. We sent her to school first and anxiously awaited her arrival date to our home in San Diego. What a delight it was to finally meet her! She is as sweet as pie and everyone we meet can’t help but comment on how well behaved and beautiful she is. Chloe has brought much joy to our home and she has also brought us closer together as a family. The boys are outside playing more than ever and we as a family enjoy taking “adventure” walks with her. Thank you labpups for giving us such a wonderful dog! Love, Russ, Diane, Joshua and Caleb
The Wood Family has professionally raised Non-Hyper Family Labs for over 25 years. Focused on Health and Temperament as the first two points in their breeding program. Nestled on 7 acres in Charlotte, NC, the Wood family has placed their Lab puppies with many satisfied families, all over the world.
Charlotte, NC has become Lab capital of the world. The concept of non-hyper was foreign to the breed prior to the late ’80′s. Tripp Wood, Sr. figured out that field trial Labs were becoming more prevalent and easily confused with the traditional celebrated hunting Lab. As puppies, it’s nearly impossible to distinguish the difference, even with a well trained eye.
Your new puppy’s’ traits are passed down through from his or her parents. Therefore, it’s extremely important to have the right chemistry in the parents, before having puppies. The breeder determines the chemistry (or traits) of the parents the he or she chooses to breed together.
Being in a hurry to meet a calendar date to get a puppy can force one to sacrifice the “right puppy for a puppy right now”. This is a lot like playing the lottery, finding a puppy, other than one we’ve bred, that will bee a non-hyper family Lab is much more difficult. We always encourage families to take the time necessary in selecting the right family Lab puppy. This will pay dividends well into the future!