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Home to The World's 1st Low Shedding Labrador Retriever, Low Shedding AKC Lab Puppies for Sale! We are the BEST Labrador Retriever Breeder in the USA. AKC Lab Puppies for Sale
Yellow, White, Chocolate, Black, AKC, English & American, Pure Breed, Labrador Retriever Breeders, Lab Breeders, Lab Puppies for Sale. Full & Limited AKC Registration Available.
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The statistics show a person purchasing an untested AKC Registered Labrador Retriever has an 87% chance that the dog will not be purebred, it will carry or be affected with a genetic disease, or it will develop hip dysplasia.
Pure Breed Guaranteed:
All USA Purebred Lab Parents are certified Pure Breed through DNA Breed Identification Testing. We guarantee a puppy adopted from USA Purebred Labs LLC is a pure breed Labrador Retriever. DNA testing must be administered through a Vet with microchip confirmation and be conclusive within 45 days from the date of adoption. The puppy must be returned and surrendered immediately and no later than 5 days from the date of the DNA report. We reserve the right to have DNA retested and microchip identification confirmed. If your puppy needs to be shipped back, shipping is at your expense but we will extend the return time by an additional 14 days. If tests conclude that your pup is not a pure breed, we will waive our comparable breeding service fee on a future litter, as mutually agreed upon.
BEWARE of breeders marketing "AKC DNA certified" - this test does NOT determine breed. This test simply collects DNA should paternity/maternity come into dispute.
Testing is not a Catch-All, we are not God. We are not an insurance company.
Although we employ more genetic testing than any Labrador Retriever breeder across the USA, genetic testing is not a catch-all and we are not God. We can only prevent a congenital defect or disease if it is apparent in our own breeding stock or have a way to eliminate it via genetic testing and selective breeding. Please understand that we cannot be a guarantor for everything and we will not take responsibility for anything more than what is listed on this page. We highly suggest buying pet insurance, at least for the first year of life, especially if an expensive Vet visit would be devastating to you. Please also understand that your pup's environment, diet, improper handling and exercise can cause adverse consequences, therefore, unless it is listed on this page, it is NOT covered.
Genetics Guaranteed (1):
All USA Purebred Lab Parents have passed 15 genetic disease tests to ensure that we will not produce a diseased puppy. We guarantee a puppy adopted from USA Purebred Labs LLC will not be affected by any of the genetic diseases we test for. Our guarantee does not cover testing, vet costs, or any other costs incurred. DNA testing must be administered through a Vet with a microchip identity confirmation and be conclusive within 45 days from the date of adoption. The puppy must be returned and surrendered immediately and no later than 5 days from the date of the DNA report. We reserve the right to have DNA retested and microchip identification confirmed. If your puppy needs to be shipped back, shipping is at your expense but we will extend the return time by an additional 14 days. If tests conclude that your pup has a disease that we test for, we will waive our comparable breeding service fee on a future litter, as mutually agreed upon.
Hips Guaranteed (1):
Daily Hip & Joint Support supplement is recommended through 18 months in age to ensure optimal joint & hip health.
We guarantee a puppy adopted from USA Purebred Labs LLC against genetic moderate or severe hip dysplasia. Our guarantee does not cover testing, vet costs, or any other costs incurred.
Almost all dogs with a "genetic" predisposition towards Hip Dysplasia will X-Ray as dysplastic by 4 months. If tests conclude that your pup has moderate to severe dysplasia before 18 months of age, we will waive our comparable breeding service fee on a future litter, as mutually agreed upon. In order to make a claim: 1) Your pup's X-Rays must be administered through a Vet with microchip identity confirmation with preliminary determination by OFA within 20 months of age. 2) The puppy/dog must be euthanized with microchip identity confirmation no later than 14 days from the date of the OFA determination report.
Although we think it's very possible that dysplasia has a likely genetic component, it's important to understand that dysplasia is not a genetic condition. It is estimated that only 15-40% of dysplasia is genetic related. 60-85% of dysplasia is environmental. Beware of articles that state Hip Dysplasia is genetic. To this day scientists cannot find any specific genes that cause dysplasia, thus any articles/information with conclusions based on the premises at this time is completely misleading. The biggest factors that cause dysplasia are your dog's environment, caloric intake, proper nutrition, weight is a major factor, type of exercise, and activity. Your puppy/dog must be kept at a healthy weight, be fed high-quality dog food, and should not be allowed to climb stairs on a regular basis or undergo strenuous exercise. Playing fetch for more than a few throws on a regular basis until they are 24+ months, is one of the worst activities that cause hip dysplasia. No organized running or jogging until they are over 18 months in age. Studies have shown that puppies & dogs who climb stairs or undergo such strenuous exercise at an early age are more likely to develop hip and joint problems later in life. Puppies under 3 months in age should not undergo organized exercise but should be allowed to openly play in a large yard. Exercise should be limited to 5 minutes per month in age up to a maximum of 45 minutes, twice a day. For more information on proper types and amounts of exercise, please go to the Care & Training page under "Exercise".
In 1997 A large study of Labrador Retriever puppies concluded dogs fed 'free choice' have a much higher rate of hip dysplasia. The free-fed dogs were also quite a bit heavier as adults than the controlled portions group -- by about 22 pounds on average.
Obesity can increase the severity of dysplasia. Extra weight can accelerate the degeneration of joints. Dogs born with genes that make them prone to hip dysplasia, if allowed to grow overweight, will be at much higher risk of developing the disease, and subsequently, arthritis as well.
USA Purebred Labs & Top Notch Labradoodles hip dysplasia statistics.
As of 3/27/21, we are 9 years operational and have homed just over 500 puppies. Out of 500+ puppies, only 1 has reported unverified hip dysplasia (client refused x-rays which is the only real way to determine dysplasia). That's 1/5 of 1 percent compared to 12% across the board for Labs. That's 1 per 500 versus 60 out of 500. Clearly, we are doing something right. We think it has to do with educating our clients about proper exercise, nutrition, weight, and OFA testing the parent's hips and only breeding dogs with good or excellent hips. We will update these statistics with any future reports of dysplasia.
Unless otherwise agreed to in writing, you must notify us within 1 day from the date of evidence and the dog/puppy must be euthanized no later than 14 days from the date of evidence before a claim will be paid. Please be sure to click on "Serious Illness" & "Congenital defects" for the legal definition in which the Health Guarantee covers. Please understand that we WILL NOT pay for any treatment costs.
Your pup must be reasonably cared for, kept away from non-vaccinated animals, be vaccinated in a timely manner, and kept away from high-risk public places described below until 1 week after the pup has received its 12 weeks "all in one" and Rabies vaccinations. If you bring your pup to a high-risk public place such as a dog park or boarding facility, health guarantee parts 1, 4, & 5 are void. If your pup qualifies for a claim under our Health Guarantees, we will waive our comparable breeding service fee on a future litter, as mutually agreed upon.
There are 6 parts to the Health Guarantee:
1. Serious Illness - Good for 60 days from the Date of Adoption. Excludes Parvo & Distemper (Parvo is the 4th part of our Health Guarantee, Distemper is the 5th part, see below). Written evidence must be from a certified Veterinarian and must be concluded that a serious health problem was present before adoption or the result of our care.
2. Congenital defects - Covers defects that are life-threatening for a period of 2 years after the date of adoption. In this event, we require statements from 2 different licensed DVMs (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine) of your choosing, confirming such an event. The DVM's statement must conclusively show cause. We reserve the right to employ a 3rd party DVM and confirm microchip identity.
3. Congenital defects that are non - life-threatening (2) - Covers defects that are non - life-threatening for a period of 2 years after the date of adoption. Defect must significantly reduce your pet's quality of life and your own enjoyment of your pet and be a defect that cannot be cured or reasonably mitigated. To make a claim, we require a statement from a licensed DVM (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine) of your choosing, confirming such an event. The DVM's statement must conclusively show cause/condition/disease/syndrome. Please note, hips and joints are specifically excluded.
4. Parvo - Arizona is #1 for Parvo infections. Parvo is the most deadly disease to pups. If your pup passes away from parvo within 21 days of adoption, we will waive our comparable breeding service fee on a future litter, as mutually agreed upon. All pups are covered for Parvo guarantees regardless of package.
5. Distemper - Arizona is #1 in the nation for distemper infections. 80% of puppies die that are infected with it. Distemper is the 2nd leading cause of death in pups. If your pup tests positive for distemper within 14 days of adoption with a high percentage for distemper, we will waive our comparable breeding service fee on a future litter, as mutually agreed upon. All pups are covered against distemper regardless of package.
If your pup has the telltale symptoms of distemper: Runny eyes, nose, coughing, sneezing, lethargy, vomiting, and diarrhea and you suspect that your pup may have distemper, please bring it to the emergency animal hospital and request a distemper test. Distemper will cause a low amount of white blood cells in their urine starting 3-6 days after infection and before outward symptoms occur. Please note that if your pup was vaccinated for distemper within 30 days it often causes a false positive. You must have your vet find what percentage of distemper shows in the test in order to determine if your pup has distemper or not. If your pup tests positive for distemper, contact us immediately, ultimately we may recommend euthanization. The chance of survival is 20%. Pups that survive may go on to suffer neurological problems in the future.
6. Sudden Death - Death is covered for a period of 2 years after adoption for congenital defects. Please see the Serious Illness & Congenital explanations/limitations above. In order to submit a claim, an autopsy is required. If the autopsy concludes a high probability of being caused due to congenital defects, we will waive our comparable breeding service fee on a future litter, as mutually agreed upon.
Please be aware that there are many common household chemicals, cleaners, and food that can result in death due to exposure/ingestion. Some of these are listed here but are not limited to Chocolate, Xylitol (a sweetener), Grapes, Raisins, Macadamia nuts, Avocados, Onions, Garlic, Salt, Tea Leaves, Coffee, Alcoholic beverages, Raw Yeast Dough, Spoiled Foods, Fatty Foods, Tylenol, Sleeping Pills, Household Cleaners, and other chemicals. In addition, pups should not be overplayed as this can also result in death to a young pup.
Specific Exclusions to ALL Health Guarantees: Health problems resulting from an injury or accident due to your negligence, parasites, worms, viral or bacterial colds, viral or bacterial infections. Coccidia, Giardia, Clostridium, Umbilical Hernias, or Entropian eyelids.