Welcome! Liberty Creek Labradors is dedicated to breeding top-quality, all purpose, "English" Labrador retrievers.
Specializing in chocolates labs. All of our Labradors have superior pedigrees with champion blood lines making them ideal for the conformation ring, obedience, hunting and hunt test, agility, and couch potatoes.
Liberty Creek maintains high standards.
. The majority of our puppies go to loving pet homes, health,
temperament and type is our top priority. Our Labrador
puppies excel in type, soundness, temperament & natural
retrieving ability. We occasionally have blacks and chocolates puppies available to approved homes. All of our breeding dogs are cleared of any hereditary joint and eye abnormalities through the Orthopedic Foundation of America and a Board Certified Veterinary Ophthalmologist.
Our puppies are raised in the home, with constant exposure to people, so that they develop the true Labrador temperament, the hallmark of this wonderful breed. All puppies will be well socialized, up-to-date on vaccinations and fully de-wormed before they go home. Puppies released to their new owners no earlier than 8 weeks of age. New owners received a puppy folder containing the following: a record of immunization, a schedule, follow-up care instructions and health booklets, a pedigree, copies of parent's health clearances and pictures, an
American Kennel Club registration application, plus a list of tips and recommended books, and a "Puppy Basics" sheet to get you and your new companion off to a good start.
Puppies are raised one litter at a time and showered with love and affection. Corey,
Hunt Club Miss Corey CD,WCI,WC,CGC / TDI our foundation bitch,
was a beautiful dark chocolate. She produced some wonderfully tempered beautiful puppies with tons of attitude for the show ring and retrieving desire for the field and a strong desire to please including
Liberty Creeks Southern Belle, BOB, BOW at the 2006 Hoosier Labrador Retriever Specialty under prestigious Judge Marion Lyons.
"He's sturdy enough to challenge the iciest water and heaviest cover to bring in fallen game. He's brave enough to serve as the invaluable ally of British police officers. He's reliable enough to be the eyes of sightless persons around the world, putting meaning and self-respect back into their lives. He's handsome enough to be the cynosure of countless admirers wherever fine dogs are shown and he's wise enough to be the gentle playmate of the smallest child while providing pleasure and companionship to the entire family. This wonderful combination of qualities is why the Labrador Retriever is one of the outstanding favorites among all breeds today."
-- Helen Warwick