No puppies at this time. Next litter planned fall/winter 2017. Inquiries welcome.


Typical Boyne Puppies


At Boyne Labradors, we only breed a litter when we are looking to keep a puppy for ourselves. We breed for temperament, soundness, conformation and performance ability. Our puppies are born in our home and socialized with other dogs and children. We take pride in ensuring that we do our best to have the healthiest puppies possible. As such, all the dogs in our breeding program are over two years of age and have all their clearances. When making breeding decisions our dogs and the dogs we look for have OFA clearances for Hips, Elbow and Hearts. They also have their eyes cleared through CERF annually by a board certified ACVO Veterinary Ophthalmologist and are DNA tested for Progressive Retinal Atrophy through Optigen.

Boyne Labradors believes in producing well adjusted puppies. To do this we do a few things including the “Early Neurological Stimulation” program.

Additionally we follow the “Rule of 7’s” as prescribed by Pat Hastings, author of “The Puppy Puzzle”:

The rule of 7’s states that puppies should have:
- Been on 7 different surfaces,
- Played with 7 different types of objects,
- Been in 7 different locations,
- Been exposed to 7 challenges,
- Eaten from 7 different containers,
- Eaten in 7 different locations,
- Met and played with 7 new people.

By the time our puppies are ready to go home at 8 weeks, they will have had their first vaccinations, been given a health check by a veterinarian, had a CERF eye evaluation and will be microchipped.

If, after reading this, you are interested in finding out more information about puppies from Boyne Labradors, please send us a >questionnaire. We look forward to hearing from you!


Enjoy the pictures from our Gunny X Bree litter in 2010


Viva, Sue and Ziva




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