Our Litters

November 2022 update

Exciting news for Lincoln County Labradors LLC!

Ultrasound has confirmed our breeding of 4XGMPR TC-1 HRCH UH Manny’s Gold Glove and CPR SHR Carmel Princess of the Ponderosa. This will be an all yellow pointing litter that produces in the field while knowing how to shut it down when at home. Mel is expected to whelp this litter around December 18th with puppies going home around February 11th. Puppy price is $1,000. We are currently taking $250 deposits to hold a pup with the balance of $750 due at time of pick up.

We are excited about our upcoming litters and will have updated information when it becomes available. Our dog pairings produce some of the finest pointing labs in the region. They are very talented with great natural instincts and come from great vetted blood lines. Our puppies have even temperaments, strong retriever skills and they can run all day. Outside of the fantastic hunting characteristics, they also make amazing family companions when it’s time to turn it off. See below for all of the care practices we implement on each of our puppies.



AKC/UKC registation

Well socialized to children and other dogs

Introduced to birds

Deworming and 1st vaccines

26 month health guarantee

Vet check

Dew claws

AKC reunite microchipped

Lincoln County Labradors, LLC Guarantee

Puppies from “Lincoln County Labradors, LLC” are guaranteed to be free from genetic defect of the hips and eyes until the age of 26 months. If your dog is diagnosed with hip dysplasia by the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (O.F.A.) or diagnosed with an eye problem that can only be hereditary as determined by the Canine Eye Registration Foundation (C.E.R.F.) we will replace your dog with a puppy from a similar breeding. We will require all documentation from O.F.A. or C.E.R.F., and written verification from a veterinarian that your dog has been spayed or neutered. The dog must be registered with the prefix “LCL” with AKC and/or UKC and not transferred to any other owner. O.F.A. will be the sole judge of your dog’s hips, and C.E.R.F. will be the sole judge of your dog’s eyes. Your dog should have its hips checked at 24 months of age, and its eyes examined by the time it’s 12 months of age. Dogs with problems found after turning 26 months old are not covered under this guarantee. If the dog has been used to sire or whelp a litter before being examined, this guarantee is void and this guarantee is valid only to the original purchaser of the dog.