Labradors Club Breeders List
Adding a labrador puppy to your lives should be a pleasurable experience from the moment that you first contact a Labrador Club Breeder, to your taking home a healthy happy puppy.
Breeders using this website are members of The Labrador Club and have done so according to the declaration below. (Please read)
|Breeders with bitches positively in pup, or with puppies available, are marked with this logo|
|BREEDERS ARE LISTED BY KENNEL NAME AND ARE ROTATED PERIODICALLY|
09 431 5881
03 543 2091
09 530 8746
Cowan Heights Kennels
|Black Hills Labradors
03 445 3549
0274 168 780
07 829 5654
|Declaration agreed to by Breeders on this list|
I understand that in doing so I undertake to breed according to the NZ Kennel Club Code of Ethics*, and breed from Labradors that are registered with the NZ Kennel Club, and they have had the necessary health clearances. We have taken as our standard those recommended by NZKC Accredited Breeders Scheme and there may, in the future, be changes to these.They currently are:-
- Hip and elbow Radiographed and scored by a recognised panel
- DNA test for PRA [ or both parents DNA clear ] So this means if you breed a puppy that is by a clear over a carrier (that meaning it can only be clear or carrier) you can then put it to a clear dog
- A current eye certificate.[ within 12 months]
I will also support the Labrador Club by making club contacts available to the new owners and, ideally, giving a Breeder Pack [ Handbook plus 6 months membership ] to the new owners of my puppies.*
The NZ Kennel Club Code of Ethics
- Owners should properly house, feed, water and exercise all dogs under their care and arrange for appropriate veterinary attention if and when desired.
- Owners should not allow any of their dogs to roam at large or to cause a nuisance to neighbours or those carrying out official duties.
- Owners should ensure that their dogs should wear properly tagged collars and should be kept fully leashed or under effective control when away from home.
- Owners will clean up after their dogs in public places or anywhere their dogs are exhibited.
- Owners should agree without reservation that any veterinary surgeon performing an operation on their dogs, which could alter the natural confirmation of the animal, should report such an operation to the New Zealand Kennel Club.
- Owners should not agree to breed from a bitch in any way which is deleterious to the bitch or the breed.
- Owners should take care to ensure that when selling dogs there is a reasonable expectation of a happy and healthy life and will help with the rehoming of a dog if the initial circumstances change.
- Owners should provide written details of all dietary requirements and give guidance concerning responsible ownership when placing dogs in a new home.
- Owners should not sell any dog to commercial dog wholesalers, retail pet dealers or directly or indirectly allow dogs to be given as a prize or donation in a competition of any kind.
- Owners will not knowingly misrepresent the characteristics of the breed nor falsely advertise dogs nor mislead any person regarding the quality of the dog.
- Owners will ensure that all relevant New Zealand Kennel Club documents are provided to the new owners when selling or transferring a dog.
|End of Declaration|
They have signed a declaration with the NZKC to fulfil the requirements of the NZKC Accredited Breeders Scheme (NZKCABS).
An NZKC Accredited Breeder is someone who:
- Ensures their breeding stock and progeny are NZKC registered.
- Advises new owners about the NZKC Register that the dog is recorded on and explains any endorsements that may be applied to the puppy and why they have been applied.
- Permanently identifies breeding stock by DNA profile and microchip or tattoo.
- Makes use of health screening schemes (as they become available), relevant to their breed, on all breeding stock.
- Ensures their puppies are well socialised before going to their new homes.
- Provides written advice to new owners on feeding, worming, socialization, exercise and future training of their puppy.
- Provides a written record (from a veterinarian) on the immunisation measures taken to date on the puppy.
- Is available to give reasonable post sale advice to the new owner.
- Will assist if necessary in the re-homing of the dog, for whatever reason throughout the dog’s lifetime.
- Will advise the buyer of any know inherited disorders that the puppy or adult dog may be predisposed to which may cause health welfare problems during the dog’s lifetime.
- Provides the new owner with a Sale and Purchase Agreement, detailing any of the endorsements that may have been placed on the dog.
- Advises the new owner about the requirement and recommendations that apply to them as an Accredited Breeder and also make the buyer aware of the NZKC Complaint Process.
- Provides written advice, in the Puppy Sales Wallet on the continuation of socialisation, exercise and future training.
Important – The Labrador Club is not liable or responsible for any puppy bought from a breeder promoted on the Labrador Club website.
If you do feel that a breeder has not honoured the above declaration please correspond with the Club in writing.
The Labrador Club does not guarantee the service of breeders on our Breeders page and the buyer should review and take responsibility for all contracts with the breeder.
The Labrador Club does have a Code of Ethics and we strongly suggest you read it.