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Huntsdown Labradors Frequently Asked Questions…

Huntsdown Labradors Frequently Asked Questions

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Huntsdown FAQ

Huntsdown Kennels has been breeding quality English type Labradors for over 40 years, since 1976. You can visit the Our Past page for more on our history.
Yes. Huntsdown Kennels is permanently registered with Canadian Kennel Club and a are lifetime member. Huntsdown is also registered and inspected by the NB SPCA. In addition we have a stellar reputation for breeding quality labradors since 1976.
Huntsdown Kennels is in Belleisle Bay near Hampton, New Brunswick. You can visit our contact page for our full contact information, location and a map to find us.
You can check our Available Dogs page for a list of all currently available puppies and adults.
Puppies are de-wormed, examined by a veterinarian, and have their first vaccination before they leave for their new homes. Also our puppies are sold on non-breeding agreements and will be registered with the Canadian Kennel Club.
Puppies should go to their new homes between 8 and 10 weeks of age. As this is the optimal and healthiest time for a puppy to transition from his/her litter to their new family.
Yes! We welcome visitors, however visits are by appointment only. Please contact us via our contact page to book an appointment.
English Labradors, like all labs, are loyal, obedient and playful making them the perfect breed for family pets, as well as hunting dogs, show dogs, guild dogs and other working dogs. The English type is bred to conform more to the 'breed standard'. The English Lab's head is wider with a more pronounced stop, their muzzle is shorter, the face is fuller and they have a thick neck and barrel chest compared to the appearance the American or Field type Labrador. They also have the famous thick "otter tail" and a thick, double, water-resistant coat.