All animals used in this program are proven detection dogs, dogs who have been proven to produce quality detection dogs, and line outcrosses to dogs proven to be strong, willing, and capable hunters in the field to maintain genetic diversity.
All animals used in this program are fully health tested for degenerative joint and eye disease as well as breed-specific genetic testing (see litter pages for health information).
Litters are whelped in our home and raised in a home environment until they leave us. Puppies practice individual crate training and are comfortable being crated alone prior to leaving us. Puppies practice house training and have begun to be conditioned to relieve themselves outside prior to leaving us. Puppies are exposed to a wide variety of different people, noises, dogs, animals, surfaces, and objects throughout their development. Puppies are conditioned to seeking and hunting behaviors in preparation for future advanced detection work.
Dams are fed a scientifically-based diet of Royal Canin HT 42d from the start of their heat until the 42nd day of gestation. They are then fed a diet of Royal Canin Medium Starter through the end of gestation up until puppies are weaned. Puppies are continued on this diet until they leave us or until 12 weeks of age. These diets provide scientifically recommended, physiologically accessible essential fatty acids and researched nutrient complexes to promote high levels of physical and neurological development.
We are invested in the mission and potential of an AKC detection dog breeding cooperative and look forward to working with other breeders and kennels to proliferate a domestic supply of working Labrador Retrievers for detection purposes. If you are a breeder, we encourage you to contact us to discuss cooperative breeding efforts.
Puppies are primarily sold to federal, state, local, and private agencies who use dogs for detection purposes. All puppies will undergo aptitude testing throughout their development and placed at no younger than 8 weeks into the most appropriate agency or career field. Those interested in a puppy for detection work should apply using the form below.
While the primary function of this breeding program is to produce and provide high-quality detection dogs, those aiming to purchase dogs for sporting or service purposes will be contacted if a puppy does not show appropriate aptitude for detection work. Those interested in a puppy for sporting, service, or companion purposes may apply using the form below.
All puppies are sold with AKC limited registration- full registration will be available once each dog has undergone and passed full health and genetic testing- minimum: hips, elbows, eyes, CNM, EIC, prcd-PRA, dilute genotype (DD).
Because we are constantly analyzing and evaluating our program, we recommend all buyers register with the AKC and perform hip and elbow grading and eye evaluations at maturity (>24 months of age).
Some puppies may be sold on a co-own basis. These animals will be intended to be used in our breeding program. All expenses related to breeding, including genetic testing, are paid for through Kaiser K9. Females will be fully released to you permanently once the female has had between one and four litters (if possible for the individual) or if she is determined to not be suitable for breeding. Male dogs sold as co-owns may only be fully released to you once it is determined the dog will no longer be used at stud or if he is determined to not be suitable for breeding. All co-owned breeding animals will only be fully released on a sterilization contract, unless prior arrangements have been made.
Puppies are priced at $1,500.
Buyers are responsible for all shipping costs, including but not limited to health certificates, airline-approved kennels, and airline shipment costs.
Fahren had a litter of 7 puppies!
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If you are interested in this litter, please fill out the puppy application below.
We have 1 puppy available at this time.
Please complete the above application for consideration.
Once your application has been accepted, you will be notified and placed on a waitlist.
A $250 deposit is required to hold your spot; deposits must be received within 7 days of notification of application acceptance. Deposits are non-refundable unless no puppy is available. All deposits are general deposits and not sex or color specific.