Little Alani is two months old and loving us and her new home. Alani means "orange" or "orange tree" in Hawaiian, and we thought it fit her appearance and personality perfectly! She's quite the snuggler, but like all Labs, she has her moments were she's a total devil dog. She's considered a fox-red labrador retriever, and will continue to get darker colored as she gets older.
Brody loves everyone! Brody likes to be a part of the action- he loves people (especially kids!) and other animals. He loves his doggie pool in his back yard for cooling off during these hot summer days :-)
Just a note about Brody's unusual charcoal color: I didn't get him from a breeder, but a friend of a friend whose labs had puppies on his farm. He is not planning to breed or have any more puppies--- and we will have Brody neutered.
I wasn't in search of a silver lab- and I had never heard of them before, so I cannot help anyone wanting to find a silver lab. ...
My name is Whit, short for Whitefield. I'm named after the chapel my parents were married in. We live in Savannah, along with my puppy sister, Riley. You may remember her from the Daily Puppy on 7/8/13. I am a chocolate Lab & German Shorthaired Pointer mix! I have a lot of energy & love to play with Riley and go for walks.
Jackson was adopted from a shelter in NC at 10 weeks old and was the 4th out of 6 to be adopted. He was also the biggest in the litter which meant he was going to be handful. He is handful but he is also the sweetest, friendliest and silliest pup you'll meet. He makes just about everyone laugh and he tries his best to love all over you.