Introduction to puppy training
Between birth and eight weeks of age, a Susana Labrador puppy needs to be with and learn from his mother and littermates. A sweet yellow lab puppy, or a fox red puppy, or even a white Labrador puppy, we often have in stock. Please check our website or call us to find out the details on your newest addition. We have excellent trainers that we can recommend you to. We have trained all of our adults and young pups from birth using the rule of 7 technique, and stimulate our lab pups from birth to 8 weeks which is a typical age for a new family to come out and adopt one of ours. Between 8 and 16 weeks of age is going through what is known as the critical period. This is the time when the puppy needs to be introduced to the outside world and to people, fellow canines and other pets, and to new experiences. Between 8 and 12 weeks the puppy should be removed from his birth pack and brought into a human pack, where he will bond with the pet owners. If the puppy is left with his littermates too long, he will never be able to develop a strong relationship with people. Ideally, this Susana Lab puppy should begin his education before he is 16 weeks old. We only have a few breeding's a year so we can keep up with all the new pups and make sure they receive the love and training they need before they go home to join their human pack. Black Labradors are my personal favorite...although, the white labs are growing deeper in demand. Everyone seems to love a different color, so we try to have a nice variety of pups for you to choose from. Being from nice English stock, we are providing you with a calmer nicer family pet. If you do not see what you want on our website, be sure to give us a call so we may direct you and get you on our waiting list for that special English Labrador puppy that you have been dreaming about.