Wilann Labradors

WELCOME TO WILANN LABRADORS

Annmarie and her Dogs

Wilann Labradors is located at our home in Suffield, CT. We share the love and care of our Labradors, but Annmarie is the primary one responsible for training and breeding. My love of Labradors began in my childhood when my family owned a wonderful Labrador mix. As an adult when I wanted to add a dog to our home I knew that a Labrador was the perfect choice because of its good nature and genuine desire to please.

Our first Labrador was a wonderful yellow boy we called Max. Max came from show and field lines. He became our beloved pet that grew up alongside our children. He lived to a healthy age of 15, maintaining his youthful love of life and our family right up to the end. We all miss him.

Toots (Tootsieroll Wilson Brownstone) joined our family two years later. She is a chocolate girl with American and English Labradors in her background. She is very intelligent and very friendly. She loves to train and show her talents in the Obedience Ring. Her daughter Candy (Wilann's Candy Cane) is proving to be equally intelligent. I continue to show Candy in Obedience and she is successfully completing Obedience Titles, most recently her Companion Dog (CD) and Rally Excellent (RE) titles. I am very pleased with both girls' training and accomplishments.

We added Calsam Wilann's Pecan Double Delight in 2012. I had been anxious to add a yellow girl to my mix and DeeDee is truly a delight! DeeDee is my first Conformation Labrador and has been doing very well winning her puppy classes. In 2012 she will begin to show her talents in the Obedience ring. Thank you to Kelly Rome of Calsam Labradors for the wonderful gift of DeeDee.

I am a member of two local Labrador Retriever Clubs, the Labrador Retriever Club of the Pioneer Valley (LRCPV) and the Labrador Retriever Club of Greater Boston (LRCGB) . I am also a member of the National Labrador Club, The Labrador Retriever Club, Inc. Additionally I participate in dog sports offered by various Labrador and All Breed clubs.

Our girls whelp and raise their puppies in our home. The puppies remain in our kitchen their entire eight weeks. They are raised in a family home environment while following the guidelines requested by service organizations. These include socialization with people of different sizes, ages and dress; various tactile experiences by introducing unique surfaces to walk and play on; introduction to numerous loud and sudden sounds; the beginning of crate training along with lots of petting and loving.

Before going home all the pups have begun or completed paper training and all are comfortable in crates, most comfortable crated alone as well as together. Each puppy comes with a health guarantee, has had it’s first veterinarian visit and vaccinations, has been wormed and micro chipped.

I breed infrequently, once every year or two. My girls have all their health clearances. The clearances can be viewed on their individual pages. Selected studs also have had full health clearances. My goal is to breed good Labrador conformation and temperament. I strive to produce healthy, sound, friendly and intelligent Labradors. Occasionally I donate to service organizations in memory of my godmother who died from Multiple Sclerosis.

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