OUR LABRADOR RETRIEVER PUPPIES
Soggy Acres was founded in 1998 by Jeff Fuller with the mission of creating Labrador Retrievers with excellent temperaments backed by industry-leading pedigrees. ALL of our stud dogs have their Master/ finish titles and all of our dams were fathered by males with the same. Our dogs go through a rigorous 2-year observation process before they are formally admitted to the breeding program. ALL of our dams and sires must pass both hip and eye clearances from the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) before a breeding is performed. Dogs without the right “look,” temperament, and drive are retired to their foster guardian family and are not bred.
Jeff Fuller is the ONLY dog breeder and Cabela’s Brand Ambassador. See more here.
We have several 2017 litters currently bred and will have more upcoming, in all three colors! Please email us at email@example.com to inquire.
If you have already decided to place your puppy deposit with us, please complete this form and send it to us with your check. Thank you!
HERE ARE THE UPCOMING LITTERS WITH AVAILABILITY:
We have two litters due in July, ready in September with dark yellow to fox red coats. There are room for both male and female picks in each litter.
We have a black and chocolate litter due in July, ready in September with room for black male and chocolate male picks.
We have an all chocolate litter with one spot for each male and female, ready in September.
We average about 10 litters per year, in various combinations of chocolate, black, and yellow pups. Most of our litters are born in spring & summer, when the bulk of our females come into season.
Please note that deposits are non-refundable.
- You will need to “puppy-proof” your house, much like childproofing your house for a baby. This means keeping electrical cords, shoes, household décor, and other items out of reach. Verify that your houseplants are non-toxic to dogs, and you may want to check your landscape plants as well.
- Your puppy will be very high energy, especially the first two years of his/her life, and will need adequate exercise. Labradors are much like children in that, if they aren’t kept busy with exercise and toys, they can “get into trouble.”
- You will need to make arrangements to have someone let the puppy out for bathroom breaks every few hours for the first few weeks you have him/her home, with the time intervals becoming longer and longer as the puppy ages.
- You will need to be prepared to let the puppy out for bathroom breaks a few times a night for the first few weeks.
- Your puppy will have potty training accidents. You may want to confine him/her to a room(s) with hard-surface flooring or older carpeting until he/ she has mastered this skill.
- We recommend crating your pup for one-to-two hours, then taking him/ her immediately to potty, then one-to-two hours of supervised activity, before returning him/ her to the crate. An unsupervised puppy can cause havoc and can even cause himself bodily harm.
If you aren’t sure that a puppy is right for you during this time of your life, consider adopting an older dog. You can always purchase a puppy later if your life circumstances change.
Still have questions? Contact us today at 262.215.9683 or at firstname.lastname@example.org