Current Puppy Litters:

6-10-24 UPDATE: Great news; finally have a healthy litter of 7 and they are all doing great! I had added a worming medication three years ago that I think was the problem with the fertility.

Beckett and Annie are the proud parents of 5 boys and 2 girls born 5-28-2024.  I will be e-mailing all folks with deposits waiting to see who is ready for a puppy in 6 weeks.

10-30.23 UPDATE: If you have paid a deposit, please send me an email with an updated mailing address so it can be returned.

10-16-23 UPDATE;  Last week Sparkles had 4 puppies; 2 died within 2 days and the other two are still less than a pound, fighting for their lives and are bottle fed every 2-3 hours.  Annie had one male puppy who is doing well.

For the last two years, I have had no puppies or very few puppies from my breeding’s, so I took my four females to a breeding specialist where we did many very expensive tests, administered antibiotics and bred them using high tech procedures and timing.  And so, about 10K later, I am now up all hours of the night feeding puppies and quite sleep deprived and broke.  After some soul searching, I decided to shut down my kennel.  I can’t continue this; time or money wise. I will be returning all deposits.  Sparkles, Ester, and Lily are looking for forever homes.  I will breed Annie her next heat to Beckett and hope for one puppy.

I have a young group of one boy and three girls who will be turning two starting February 2024 and I can proceed with their hip & eye certs amongst others.  I will hope they will pass and then be breed able and hope for normal size litters without huge expense. But, I don’t want to keep folks waiting forever for a puppy and I know other Labs can be found.

GCH. CH. Simerdown’s Gallatin “Beckett”

X Dornschatten “Annie”:

Bred: End of March 2024

Due: 5/28/24

Ready for homes: 7/30/24


Six puppies were born 5/28/24, but the 7th one was unable to make any progress down the birth canal, so Annie had emergency surgery on the 29th. Puppy 7 slowly come to life once freed and after a few hours gained full strength for nursing and is doing great. I nick named her “Miracle” as no one expected her to still be alive.