Labrador Retriever Puppies For Sale In New Hampshire

All of our Labrador Retriever puppies for sale in New Hampshire have been independently screened and certified.

Then look no further than the Labrador Retriever, America’s most popular dog breed for over a decade. Named after the territory where the breed was founded on the island of Newfoundland, the Labrador Retriever is famous for its happy-go-lucky nature, friendly attitude, and lasting loyalty. Because of these incredible qualities, the Labrador Retriever makes for an excellent pup for active families and pet parents who want a loyal companion for years to come.

The Labrador Retriever Puppies for sale in New Hampshire is a large breed dog who weighs between 55 and 80 lbs., depending on the dog’s gender. This breed is playful and requires regular exercise, and a home with a yard or a walkable location, such as a nearby park, is ideal for this kind of active dog.  

Labrador Retriever Puppies For Sale

Top 5 Advantages of Labrador Retriever Puppies For Sale In New Hampshire

  1. Labrador Retrievers are highly intelligent and eager to please their pet parents. Due to this breed’s smarts, Labrador Retriever puppies are easier to train than some other breeds. This trait means that the Labrador Retriever is faster to housetrain and quicker to learn basic commands like sit, stay, and lie down. 
  2. With their enthusiasm for life, a Labrador Retriever can brighten up anyone’s day. If you want a loyal companion who can put a smile on your face or who will comfort you and stay by your side, the Labrador Retriever is the dog for you. Whether you are going for a run or relaxing in the backyard, your Labrador Retriever will be with you every step of the way.
  3. Because of their history as a bird dog, Labrador Retrievers have a “soft mouth.” This dog breed was bred to retrieve birds from ponds, streams, and fields, and it was important that they bring the birds back without damaging them. The “soft mouth” ensures that this dog breed bites down gently. This breed characteristic is one reason why Labrador Retrievers are ideal family dogs. They get along well with children and other family pets because of this gentle trait and playing fetch with them is less likely to result in a nip or bite.
  4. The Labrador Retriever breed is known to be healthier than most other canine types. Like any purebred dog, the breed does have some common genetic health concerns; however, Labrador Retrievers are more likely to remain healthy than other breeds. 
  5. Labrador Retrievers are incredibly patient. They will tolerate young children who may hug them, pull on their fur, or touch their face without snapping or other negative reactions. Patience is also a quality that marks the Labrador Retriever as worthy of being an emotional support dog, therapy dog, and search-and-rescue dog.

Labrador Retriever Colors

BLACK

CHOCOLATE

YELLOW

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Pricing/Colors of Labrador Retrievers For Sale In New Hampshire

$500 – $1200 –  Black; the entire pup is a solid black color with a shiny, sleek coat. Very rarely, some pups will have occasional white spots. Black is the most common color in this breed.

$500 – $1200 – Yellow; the entire pup is a light brown or tan color, although those hues can range from dark yellow to nearly white.

$500 – $1200 Chocolate; the entire pup is a deep brown chocolate color, and the shade of brown varies significantly in intensity.

Labrador Retrievers have three color coats that are recognized by the American Kennel Club: black, yellow, and chocolate. Black Labrador Retrievers account for over half of the breed’s population. Three unrecognized Lab colors include Red, which is an extreme of the yellow coat; Silver, which is actually categorized as a shade of chocolate; and, White, which is actually light brown hairs that appear white. 

Size

The Labrador Retriever is considered a large dog breed.

The standard Labrador Retriever size is 55 – 80 pounds and between 22 and 24 inches tall.

Apply for a Labrador Retriever puppy

Are you looking for Labrador Retriever puppies for sale? Preferable Pups connects you with reputable, verified breeders who will help you find your furrever friend. We only work with breeders who maintain high standards in their practice so you don’t have to worry about the health of your pup. Contact Preferable Pups today to see our Labrador Retriever puppies for sale, and start your journey to the family dog of your dreams.

 

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Does Preferable Pups have Labrador Retriever puppies for sale in New Hampshire?

Here at Preferable Pups, we work extra hard to only add the best section of Labrador Retriever puppies in New Hampshire. If you are on puppy finder and don’t see a puppy for sale in New Hampshire, click “Apply” and we will find one.

How does Preferable Pups screen Labrador Retriever breeders in New Hampshire?

We have 100’s of breeder requests each week. We use PawFax to verify our New Hampshire Labrador Retrievers. With only the best breeders allowed in the Preferable Pups community, you have nothing to worry about when looking for your new best friend. Learn about our industry-leading process for screening the health of puppies. Learn More

Do you have Labrador Retriever puppies for sale near me in New Hampshire?

Yes! Preferable Pups is always adding new fully screened and healthy Labrador Retriever puppies. We have Labrador Retriever puppies for sale all over New Hampshire and the surrounding areas within our Preferable Pups family of breeders. If you’re looking for Labrador Retriever New Hampshire, you came to the right place.

What if the Labrador Retriever puppy I want is not in New Hampshire? Will you ship?

When you search for Labrador Retriever breeders in New Hampshire you will see each breeder has been asked to provide several pieces of information. One of the things we asked them to provide, is travel details. Travel arrangements will be clearly defined in each breeder’s biography. Of course, it’s always best to pick your puppy up in person but if that’s not convenient travel arrangements can most likely be made.