Welcome to Belly Laff Labradors
We are a responsible, ethical breeder of AKC Labrador retrievers with the highest standards. We breed our Labradors for a number of purposes, all of which are equally important in our hearts. We love to place our puppies in homes as pets first and foremost, but we also breed for several other specific placements as well, including:
- Therapy Dogs for Depression and Anxiety patients
- Therapy Dogs for those with PTSD
- Sporting Event and Show Dogs
- Rifle and Hunting Dogs
- Policing K-9 Dogs for local and Federal Agencies
- Military Service Dogs
- Seeing Eye Dogs
- Epilepsy and Seizure Prevention Dogs
- Diabetes Glucose Warning Dogs
- Search and Rescue Dogs
- And more…
Our mission is this….
Our company can be a "one-stop shop" resource for all your Labrador Retriever needs. We continuously post new links to valuable resources about Labs and other service animals that you are welcome to use even if you don't own or plan to purchase one of our dogs. We have partnered with various other companies, training facilities and online reference sites to help guide you in the right direction when you are deciding whether or not to own a Labrador Retriever.
We want to make certain that you and your new dog, for whatever purpose intended, find that common thread with one another and form a strong, everlasting bond. We can guarantee your BellyLaff Lab is the perfect dog for you or we will gladly take him or her back and try again with another.
It is our goal to continually produce healthy, well adjusted, socially adept, intelligent, beautiful dogs with strong bodies and minds.
We are always committed to improving the bloodlines of our babies and routinely use DNA and other health screenings to search for genetic abnormalities and degenerative diseases that are common in Labrador retrievers.
Our breeding standards are not only based on pedigree, but on genetic excellence and individual behavioral traits as well.
We often donate exceptional puppies for a number of reasons to those in need of service animals, including (but not limited to) those suffering from Depression and Anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Special needs children and adults as well as current and retired U.S. Military personnel suffering from other service related issues.