|Crest Kennels est. 1984
|I have a small family kennel in Michigan.
I exclusively breed the classic English Labrador with the big,
blocky heads, tons of bone, thick otter tails.
My breedings are researched and planned to produce
wonderful temperaments, optimal health and
soundness; following the AKC breed standards.
My goal is for my dogs to accomplish great things.
Be it in the show ring, obedience or as family
I am a member (in good standing) with:
Akita Club of America
American Kennel Club
Macomb Kennel Club
MAPBD (Michigan Association for Purebred Dogs)
United Kennel Club
|I breed Show bred/English Labradors not
I also only breed AKC yellow & black color puppies .
Anyone that claims they have Silver or Charcoal color
Labs are not breeding by the Labrador breed standards.
|What is the difference you ask?
Show bred Labs- (also known as English) generally are shorter in leg, have
a heavier body with more bone. Thick, short tails (otter like) and a much
thicker, fuller coat than a field Lab. They also have a shorter muzzle,
wider/broader head and smaller ears. Their temperaments are wonderful
and they are eager to please their owners. They are low-key overall and
Field bred Labs- (also known as American) have longer legs and lighter
body. Their coats aren't as thick and tails are longer and thinner. Heads are
not as broad, with a longer muzzle and bigger ears. They have high energy,
also known as lots of "drive". They are bred for hunting and field trials.
I DO NOT Doodle!! I only breed purebred dogs.
|Stock photos of American/Field Labs
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Information published by
The Labrador Retriever Club
on silver Labradors.