Marsagan Labradors has always been focused first and foremost with producing sound, healthy puppies, who can fit into all types of family households. One thing these families must have in common when taking on a labrador puppy is to have an outdoor lifestyle. Labradors need and love exercise so you need to commit, as a labrador owner, on walking your dog on a regular basis. However, until your pup has had his/her first birthday you must only give him/her gentle exercise. This is because the skeleton of your puppy is still growing and developing This will help avoid any "enviromental" issues that may contribute to your pup having hip or elbow problems.
When you take home a pup from Marsagan Labradors, you are given extensive written advice on the care and excercise for your new puppy.
Marsagan Labradors are always on hand and happy to offer advise, be it by phone or email.
To see all of the puppy pictures, be sure to click all three albums below We give our puppies away with their official Dogs Queensland registration form, 6 weeks free Petplan Insurance, their microchip ID, a puppy/dog care information pack and a training, socialisation and exercise pack.
Additionally, when you pick up your puppy, we will provide you with a weeks' supply of puppy food, a diet sheet, and a mother-scented comfort blanket. Our puppies are vaccinated against parvovirus, distemper,and hepatitis (C3). They must get a second dose 4 weeks later. Our puppies are dewormed, and ideally you should do so every two weeks until they are 3 months of age, after which you can switch to 3 or 4 times a year.
If you have any questions about the puppies or would like to arrange a viewing if some are available, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Chockeeta - 2019
Click on the photos to see some of Chockeeta's new puppies.
Click on the photos to see some of Xena's new puppies.
Xena had a litter of 10 chocolate pups on 02/12/18. 5 boys and 5 girls. The sire is Phenwick Mesmerising Sun aka Max from Miandor labs www.miandorlabs.weebly.com. Xena has now had her final litter and has retired from breeding but her legacy lives on through her daughters, Maicey, Chockeeta and Bonnie.
Obedience training is one of the best things you can do for your dog and yourself. It opens up a line of communication between the two of you that is necessary for your dog to understand your instructions.
information about vaccinations, fleas, worms, Hygene and Hip Dysplasia which hopefuully give you many happy and healthy years with your dog.