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Gracie x Raider: Week 3 Socialization

With the current Covid-19 πŸ’‰uncertainty, we are taking extra precautions 😷 to protect the puppies. This means we will not have a nursing home or Lowe’s visit for this litter. The only time they will leave the farm is for their trip to the vet around 7 weeks and a few car rides πŸš™ to get them comfortable traveling experiences.


Our goal will remain the same, to expose them to as many different objects, locations and situations as possible.


🐾Been on 7 different surfaces,

🐾Played with 7 different types of objects,

🐾Been in 7 different locations,

🐾Exposed to 7 different challenges,

🐾Eaten from 7 different containers

🐾Eaten in 7 different locations

🐾Interacted with 7 new people, including children and elderly.


This is a great start to being well socialized.


πŸΎπŸ’› Black male - AVAILABLE


🐢 Ready April 18th. Full AKC, Puppy Culture primed.

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

🐢 Price, parent & litter details: GocheeLabs.com

🐢 Questions: 309-373-6722

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Sherrard, IL 61281

PHONE/TEXT:  309-373-6722

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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 white to fox-red), and chocolates (from light to dark).  Dilutes, dilute carriers and other color variations are not acceptable for our breeding program.  
ALL of our dogs are Dilute Free.