4/3/2020 -It appears Mother Nature has decided there will be no more Labrador puppies at Canterbury Tails. After 23 years of breeding, it is a difficult chapter to close. It’s been fun, educational, and meaningful. I am sorry to those who have been waiting for a puppy. I am grateful to those who added one or more of my puppies to their familes over the years and thus became part of my family.


champion Labradors

All puppies are sold on limited registration with a spay/neuter contract. Puppies are born in the house, properly exposed to household activities, socialized  appropriately, and go to their new homes at 8-9 weeks of age. They are up to date on vaccinations, micro-chipped, checked for parasites, and eating well on their own (not a problem for Labs!).

I am a fanatic about developing puppy brains as well as bodies. Canterbury Tails pups are exposed to tunnels, mazes, steps, even a puppy teeter totter and merry go round! They are also used to walks and exposed to stream water. Nails are clipped regularly as babies and puppies are handled frequently to make future care a breeze. Canterbury Tails puppies are well prepared for the future! You may check out adults and past litters on Facebook. 

Sorry, I  do not ship puppies in cargo. I also do not accept deposits until I know I have a puppy for you.

I do keep a waiting list. Canterbury Tails puppies are special and worth the wait!

Read my blog about breeding:  Stress of Breeding

Contact me at ctlabsnicandyrags@gmail.com

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