Planned litters 2019


Our next two litters will be bred in 2019, again using frozen semen we have personally selected since 2002 and imported from America.  Both are repeat breedings. 

The litters will be raised in our home. Our dogs also have their own lounge room!

After weaning, moved to sleep outside at night, but have acccess to our house, yard and activities through the day. We have recently retired to our and the labradors, dream property of nearly 100 acres.  We have no children and are devoted to our breeding program.

We spare no expense or effort, from sire and dam selection to rearing puppies to 8 weeks of age.  

We are with our puppies 24 hours per day.

When on overseas trips why not spend the whole time watching training, observing and researching our next studs, or attending working labrador retrievers international breeding conferences?

Everyone needs a passion in their lives!

After all........ years...and years ago... I was advised its just as expensive/heart breaking/waste of time/unfair, to keep a bad horse than a good one. Why have a horse without exceptional movement when dressage is important. Why have an untalented jumper?  Why not have a horse with excellent "momentum".....what we call "drive" in dogs? I have followed equine and canine breeding ever since. Genetics matters.


Our interest is working line labradors.  As a result our puppies are placed where they are specifically required to work/detect (contraband ie drugs, bomb, blood, search and rescue, cadavar etc, invasive species, tracking game), for performance competitions/activities (retrieving, obedience and agility trials) or hunting.  

If you have reared puppies for Border Force or the police and prefer a working line labrador feel free to contact.  



Perhaps you may like to rear a puppy for the Australian Border Force Detector Dog Program? Please refer to the link below:








Contact Details

Dr Andrew & Mrs Julie Cramond
Alexandra, VIC, Australia
Phone : 0357721218/ 0418 334406
Email : [email protected]