Emphasizing temperament and soundness. Companions – Hunting Dogs – Show


            We are planning for puppies born in December, ready to leave end of March 2022. Only keeping minimal reserves as I am DEFINATELY keeping some for myself. 




Chocolate, yellow & black all 3 colours   Brutus, Elvira & Mortitia

These two pups are from our chocolate girl and Cabus last year. Really happy with them.


So, just let me ask you….if it’s really, REALLY a true pure bred LABRADOR…how come I and many others of the true LABRADOR breeders ilk have spent the time, yes money, and weaned out the positive K loci dogs (i was lucky, my lines were older and they were untouched).  I have read some really wild and interesting facts tossed about on the Internet. Anyone that can string two words together is a master of the word/facts/entertainment. A few say they know who put the Weim’s  in there and others say something else.

So, without blaming anyone I am simply saying my Labradors are purebred, CKC registered, wonderfully reliable dogs that will be your companion being it hunting or couch buddy.  Of course you have to put the training in them. No, they are NOT house trained when they go to your home at 8 weeks of age. Really people…what you put into training you will get back 5X the results. We advocate positive methods. I don’t like using a clicker because I can loose my keys twice in a day so unless it’s imbedded under my skin forget it. Just a long 6″ leather lead and a chain correction collar do the trick. I have about 10 leads and can usually put my hands on 2 at any time.

The “choker” or correction collar is ONLY used during training. I’ll sometime tell you of the totally weird and wild “almost” causing death we have experienced with leaving those damn things on when our dogs left our control. Mine don’t have any collars on unless they are with me. Or I need to grab them if we have visitors. Of course we have 58 1/2 acres course they end up at my neighbours who automatically know if it’s a Labrador then it’s probably ours. thanks to Nicole and thanks to Debbie and Brent. If you want to see the cutest mini goats (babies incl) visit Barking Goats Farms. And watch for any Labradors sauntering down McGill Rd. 

Favourite Quotes…

“I have found that when you are deeply troubled, there are things you get from the silent devoted companionship of a dog that you can get from no other source.”
― Doris Day

“Any man with money to make the purchase may become a dog’s owner. But no man –spend he ever so much coin and food and tact in the effort– may become a dog’s Master without consent of the dog. Do you get the difference? And he whom a dog once unreservedly accepts as Master is forever that dog’s God.”
― Albert Payson Terhune, Lad: A Dog

When an 85 pound mammal licks your tears away, and then tries to sit on your lap, it’s hard to feel sad.” – Kristan Higgins

When ignorant folks want to advertise their ignorance, you don’t really have to do anything, you just let them talk.

Barack Obama



Centreville is in the beautiful township of Stone Mills.

 phone: 613-378-1730

email: samadamJo@gmail.com




Member of the Labrador Owners Club 

The following is the Canadian Standard for the Labrador Retriever. click and it should take you to the site.  
This is the website for the British Labrador Club. As announced by it’s home page it’s the Oldest Labrador Retriever Breed club in the United Kingdom and shows the Her Majesty The Queen as being the Patron:  http://www.thelabradorretrieverclub.com/
and just to be truly Canadian, the following is the
American standard from their Lab club 

Breed Standard



Pups from our last litter with Maeghan.

All our pups have been reserved.

One of my nearly black Lilies.