When purchasing a pup from Frosted Pine Labradors you are not purchasing just a puppy. You are purchasing your new family member from breeders who love their furry family members and want to extend that to your family. We pride ourselves in producing pups from our adult dogs who are genetically health tested for the most common diseases that are found in Labradors and have OFA hip clearances of excellent or good, OFA elbow clearances of good or normal and are cleared by OFA to have no congenital heart defects.
Cheap is never a word we would use to describe our dogs or pups. We put way too much effort, heart and care into our dogs and every pup that leaves here with their forever family to be considered a cheap puppy.
Included in the price of your pup comes health and hip guarantees, early socialization and stimulation, vet clearances, dew claws intact, age appropriate immunizations, dewormed every two weeks, lifetime breeder support and a puppy care package to get you started. We welcome you to contact us with any further questions.
We produce AKC registered black, chocolate, yellow, charcoal, silver and champagne Labrador pups.
Price for limited AKC registration is $1300, this means no breeding rights. Limited pups will be sold ($2000) with full AKC breeding registration and that is at my discretion and only to approved to breeding programs who value health, temperament, care and betterment of the breed, we take great pride in what we do and what happens to all of our pups.
Deposits are accepted to hold a pup from a current or future litter, price is $300 and is nonrefundable but can be transferrable a limited number of times. Puppies will not be held for you unless we have talked, and you have placed your deposit. The deposit amount will be part of your total amount due. Remaining payment is due on or before puppy go home day and must be paid in cash or agreed upon alternate payment method.
Please be sure to check out our education tab to learn more about diseases that commonly effect Labradors and what that can mean for your pup. You can have two very healthy adult Labradors that produce puppies who can be affected when you are breeding with no genetic health testing. The diseases are very preventable, and I encourage you to do your research on the breeder you choose. A normal yearly vet check can not verify that a dog is not a carrier of genetic diseases therefor able to pass that along to offspring if paired with a mate who is also a carrier.