All litters for 2020 are fully reserved. Accepting waitlist deposits for 2021

Whelping and Puppy Rearing


From Day 1 of birth, Seacoast Labradors puppies are handled and prepared for life as a Service Dog potential.  This is done through a structured outline and timeline of all of the following:

  • Bio-Sensory Stimulation

  • Neurological Stimulation

  • Socialization

  • Exposure


Each puppy has individual attention paid to him or her by the breeding team from day 1 until the puppy transitions onward either as a Service Dog In-Training at about 10 weeks old, a breeding potential dog at 10 weeks old, or a pet puppy at 8 ½ weeks old.  The pups are handled daily and experience many sensory-based and neurologically-based stimuli from day 1 until their eyes and ears open at age 3 weeks.  After their eyes and ears are open, the pups experience new and different socialization and exposure stimuli daily.  The pups are put through cognitive enhancing games and experiences from week 4 to week 8 or 10.  There are Socialization parties for each litter at 5 and 7 weeks old in which persons of all ages, sizes, and presentation hold and play with them.  By the time Seacoast puppies are 8 weeks old, they are highly mature, attentive, and compassionate pups that are ready for any and all new experiences and interactions.

Upcoming Litters


Dam: Mystic (akc registered: Nash’s Emerald Rose at Seacoast)   

Sire: Bishop (akc registered: CH Tonmar's Bishop to Knight)

Pups Expected: 08/2020


Dublin (aka registered: Top Dog Chatham at Seacoast)


Sire: Canyon (aka registered: Atlantic's Telluride Bear Creek Canyon L1C L1I)

Expected 12/2020

Bristol (aka registered: Candy Acres Major Power at Seacoast Labradors)


Sire: Tymber (aka registered: Atlantic's Gunning the Grand Passage at Telluride CD BN RN JH WC CGC CGCA)

Expected 11/2020

If you are interested in a Seacoast Labradors puppy please submit the Puppy Questionnaire







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