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Dixie/Raider puppies week 7: Our final week with mama and littermates!


All that remains this week is for plenty of great socialization experiences and final checks on health, vaccinations and microchips before we leave for our new homes. Our people are going to focus more on bell potty training, using our name when calling for food, and sleeping in our crate through the night, only getting up for a 2am potty break.

As the week draws to a close, we will be entering the next fear period which means we will startle or jump at strange sounds and sights. Socialization MUST begin immediately.

We’ve been introduced to the concept of sit, wait, heel (loose leash walking), crate training, potty training, manding, and resource guarding. The final concept of these tasks hasn’t been realized yet. Puppy Culture can help new families finish the training we’ve started.


Why do we follow and promote Puppy Culture? It is our desire to raise smart, emotionally stable puppies. We encourage new puppy families to invest in Puppy Culture because it makes having a new puppy a more enjoyable experience.


🏡 Ready 06/19/20. AKC registered, Puppy Culture primed.

✏️ Adoption form: Formlets.com/forms/5877e68914dd5e026ad13725

🐶 Price, parent & litter details: GocheeLabs.com

💭 Questions: 309-373-6722

📚 Pick up where we leave off? Invest in Puppy Culture BEFORE you bring your puppy home. shoppuppyculture.com/#a_aid=586d1fe5c07f4

🍖 What will they eat? Life’s Abundance All Stage Lifesabundance.com/GocheeLabs


We are taking reservations for the following planned litters:

Fall ’20 Fox Red, Spring ’21 Black, Spring ’21 Yellow


To get familiar with Puppy Culture and pick up where we leave off, we encourage new puppy families to invest in the following PRIOR to getting your puppy:

📀 Puppy Culture DVD's,

🐷 When Pigs Fly training book and

👀 Attention Is The Mother DVD.

These can be ordered here: www.shoppuppyculture.com/#a_aid=586d1fe5c07f4

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ADDRESS:

Sherrard, IL 61281

PHONE/TEXT:  309-373-6722

Dilutes are known for skin and organ health issues.  Because we care about the long term health of the puppies we produce, we only support the ethical breeding of Labradors in the traditional colors of black, yellows ranging from ivory to fox red, and chocolates from light to dark.  Dilutes, dilute carriers and other color variations are not acceptable for breeding.  
ALL of our dogs are proudly Dilute Free. 
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