Crystal’s puppies are almost 4 weeks old and were moved to new digs where they could be outside more readily. They are becoming accustomed to dry food and are starting to explore their world and learn about each other. The boys are the top row and Gold. The girls are the bottom row and Purple. Pink and Purple get an extra photo in the middle. Just 2 little ladies needing to find their new families – Purple and Baby Blue. We’ll keep you posted.
Crystal has a lovely litter of yellow puppies. Mom and puppies are doing well. The puppies should be ready for their new homes July 11. There are still both males and females available to good homes. We will keep you posted.
The males are pictured in the top photo and the females are in the bottom photo
Kassie has been a great companion for us as well as giving us many litters of lovely puppies. Born May, 2012, it is time for her to retire. We are looking for a family who will enjoy her and give her a good retirement home. Kassie is a typical lab in that she loves the outdoors and all that entails. She also enjoys her inside time with her family.
We will keep you posted.
This is going to be a different winter here at Dora Lee as we’ve found we need to take a break from raising puppies until summer. Some of you have your names on our puppy list and were hoping for a winter or spring addition to your families. Unless we hear from you, we will contact you when there are puppies available – probably summer time. In the meantime, you may wish to check out other kennels.
We appreciate the interest and support shown Dora Lee Labradors over the years and hope to resume our breeding program later in the year. Take care. Stay well. We’ll keep you posted.
Finally! For all of you who have been patiently waiting for the Canadian Kennel Club registration certificate for your 2020 Dora Lee puppy, they were mailed last week! We just received the first of them a week ago although they were “issued” many months ago. CKC uses the date the data is processed as the date of issue and then it took months to get them printed and in the mail to us.
We do hope all of your puppies are doing well and you are enjoying the new member of your family. Take care and stay safe.
And all the puppies has an excited family just waiting to see which one will be theirs. The boys are the top row and the middle photos and the girls are the bottom row and left and right middle. Everyone did really well for being outside on a cool 7 degree day but the sun was shining for a change so we ventured out. At 4 weeks they are still developing, some a little faster than others but another week or two will make a big difference. We will be watching carefully as their personalities are just starting to take shape. They are certainly a happy, tail wagging group when they see you coming. Now the fun begins as they begin to explore this big wide world. We’ll keep you posted.
Introducing Crystal’s 2020 litter by Cody. At 5 days of age they are all doing well and growing like weeds. There is a wide range of colour with most of the lighter puppies being females and the males being a little darker. They should be ready for their new homes November 6. And, all the puppies are reserved by their new families. We’ll have new pictures in the next week or so. We’ll keep you posted.
Here they are! Kristy’s puppies are now 4 weeks old and ears, eyes and legs are developing nicely as they start to explore their surroundings. Personalities are just starting to emerge as they interact with each other. The 2 girls are in the top two corners, with the black fellows next and the chocolate boys center and bottom. All have families anxiously waiting to take them home and the big question of which one goes where will be determined in the next few weeks.
She kept us waiting but finally Kristy has given us this beautiful litter of puppies. The 2 chocolates on the left are females, with 3 black males in the center and 4 chocolate males on the right. All have been reserved by their new families! These puppies have a lot of growing to do but give them a month or so and you won’t recognize them. We’ll keep you posted.
Kassie’s pups have done well and are almost ready to go to their new homes. The girls have been the most popular but everyone now has a new home to go to. Kristy will have our next litter mid May – those puppies should be black and/or chocolate.