|Phone 256 627-1942
|Labrador Retriever Puppies for adoption in North West Alabama.
Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Georgia, and Florida. Chocolate lab puppies, yellow lab puppies, and black lab puppies..
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|Taylor and her new puppies-you
can tell who really gave birth to
these pups. She is so proud, but
she is exhausted.
She has one yellow male, two
yellow females, two black males,
and two black females
|We are reputable breeders of labrador retrievers. We breed to improve the breed. We have saw
over the years so many dogs with so many health issues. Many of those health issues are
because of poor breeding habits. Mostly due to puppy mills breeding and producing so many
poorly bred dogs. That is not to say that every illness that a dog has is related to poor breeding
habits. Many illnesses are just an isolated incident that just happens. However there are many
illnesses that can be prevented by not breeding a dog that has genetic defects. We have our
dogs tested to help rule out many genetic illnesses that can carry on to their offspring. Such a
terrible ordeal to have to go through to raise and love your pet and to later see it suffer from an
illness that could have been prevented from poor breeding habits.
Wagnon Mountain Kennels in Northwest Alabama
We are family owned, and family operated.
As a family working together, we breed and place puppies up for adoption to families that would love
to own a well bred labrador retriever. We consider ourselves to be hobby breeders that breed on a
knowledgeable and professional level-even though our mother is not a part of this business, she
does keep us in line and puts her two cents worth in if she sees something she don't like. She has
taught us everything we know since she herself used to be a breeder. We are now adults almost
touching forty with children of our own. Over the years, while growing up and having raised some
poorly bred dogs that suffered from illnesses that came from other peoples breedings that should
have never taken place. Our mother was a sucker for a stray or a drop off, or any homeless animal.
So in honor of the pets we have owned, and lost due to poor breedings we have decided to dedicate
our time and devotion to breed well bred healthy puppies. We do not sell puppies, we adopt puppies
out to homes for a adoption fee. Our reasoning for adoption is hopefully your puppy will become a
adopted family member and not just considered a dog you bought and brought home.
We do not do this for a living, we do this as a hobby and for the love of the labrador retriever. All the
money from adoption fees is rolled back over into kennels, dog food, vet bills, fencing, housing,
water, and electric bills. Our water bill alone runs about $184.00 per month. We use a lot of water for
cleaning, and spraying down the kennels. Thousands of dollars has been spent into their concrete
foundation and housing. Our kennels are tied in to a septic system for waste water treatment and
disposal. We are not a puppy mill operation. We could breed more, but that requires a lot of work
and expensive. All of our dogs love there living quarters. They have 122 acre's to run on, three
ponds to play in all under supervision. When not supervised they are in their fenced in area's with
plenty of space. Fenced in area's are for safety reasons only, same as a fenced in yard to keep your
pet from roaming and getting stolen, seriously hurt or worse- hit by a car.
|This is Compass with her new
litter of puppies-happy and
Two white females, three
white males, and two creamy
beige yellow males.
|Maggie with her all chocolate
litter. Total of Ten puppies. Six
males, and four females. She
is up checking them all out
and making sure they are all
|Compass's pups will go Friday morning Nov.22nd for their checkup and first set
of puppy vaccinations and worming, and microchipped at your request. They
will be ready to start being picked up to go to their new homes starting at
1:00 pm to 4:30 pm on Saturday Nov. 23, 2013.
We work from 7:00 am until 12:00 noon. Then we start getting everything ready
to meet with our clients at 1:00 pm for the puppy owners to pick up their
puppies. Please do not ask us to change our schedule as it does throw things
off and causes a delay in others picking up to allow you to come early.
Maggie's pups will go Saturday morning for their checkup and first set of puppy
vaccinations and worming, and microchipped at your request. They will be
ready to start being picked up to go to their new homes on Sunday starting at
1:00 pm to 4:30 pm on Sunday Nov. 24, 2013
Once again. please
Please do not ask us to change our schedule. It causes a upset in the schedule
and is not fair to all the others picking up their puppy.
If you can't meet during those time frames then we will have to make other
arrangements for you to pick up at a Later Date.
|News alert- Please Read
Our vet tech has made us a offer to microchip your puppy for $20.00. This is much cheaper price than your
vet will later charge you. Microchipping is normally $50.00 to $60.00 depending on your vet.
This offer is not mandatory. It is $20.00, but well spent.
Several have already text to tell us they do want their puppy microchipped for that price.
If you do want your puppy microchipped then please text us, email us, or call us to let us know you do want
your puppy microchipped for that price. We have ten young dogs that we are getting microchipped
ourselves for that price-all of our older dogs are microchipped, our younger one's less than a year old are
not. the last one we had micro chipped at he vets office was Maggie, and it was $60.00.
If your dog is lost, stolen, or hit by a car a vet can scan the microchip to see who the owner is. If your dog is
impounded at the humane society, they can scan the dog's microchip to find it's rightful owner before
adopting that dog out or worse-euthanize the dog. This has happened many times. I have saw on the news
where beloved pets have been euthanized immediately without being put up for adoption first.
Those of you who have never heard of Microchipping, A microchip is a very very tiny bead much smaller
than a small bead of rice. Just like a shot it is injected usually above the shoulder blades of your pet. It has
a unique set of numbers same as a barcode at Wal Mart. When a scanner is scanned over this microchip it
will beep and scan the numbers and tell the vet or animal shelter this number. They will call the 800 number
that has a data base that contains all the information on this pet. That company will know the pets name,
the owners name, and their phone number and address. They will contact you to let you know where your
pet is and where you can pick it up at. Once your pet is microchipped you will be given several stickers so
you can put one on your file at the vets office, one on your pets paper work that belongs to your pet, and
the pets registration papers. You will recieve a pamplet with your papers when you pick up your puppy. You
must register the microchip with your pets name and your name and information, and if you move you must
always notify the data base company your new address and new phone number-always remember to update
your information if you have changes in your phone number.
A microchip can save your pets life.
|We know you came to this website to see puppies-so go ahead and click the puppies link to the direct left.
Once you have saw the puppies please click on the Home page to come back to this page. There is a lot of
useful information on this page that will answer a lot of your questions that you may have. If you don't find
the answer you are looking for please call, or text, until 10:00 central time.-or just send us a email and we will
answer back to you. We are located in colbert county, North West Alabama