Silver Lab Puppies for Sale

Silver Labrador Retriever puppies for sale
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When you think of “man’s best friend,” what breed could be a more quintessential companion than a Labrador Retriever? At Keystone Puppies, we offer the cutest Silver Lab puppies for sale — as well as other purebred breeds like Black Labs, Chocolate Labs, Golden Retrievers and much more! We’re committed to quality when it comes to our pup’s pedigrees — that’s why we work exclusively with experienced breeders who produce healthy, happy pups raised in loving homes to guarantee optimal temperaments!

Named after the Labrador colony in Newfoundland, Canada, the Silver Labrador Retriever was originally bred as a hunting dog. First recognized by the American Kennel Club (AKC) in 1917, the Labrador’s popularity quickly skyrocketed, with Silver Labradors first appearing in the 1950s. The AKC now recognizes the Silver Labrador Retriever and other varieties as the best-loved breed of dog in the United States.

Famous for their near-perfect temperaments, our Silver Labradors for sale are the ideal family dog. Friendly, loving and loyal, Silver Labrador Retrievers are great with kids, and they also make excellent guard dogs! Bear in mind, your Silver Labrador Retriever puppy will be high energy and need a lot of exercise to stay happy and healthy. Intelligent and easy to train, our Silver Labrador Retriever puppies are the perfect fit for active families who are looking for a four-legged companion to join an on-the-go lifestyle!

  • Country of Origin: Canada
  • Weight: 50 - 85 lbs
  • Height: 22 - 25 inches
  • Color: Different shades of Silver.

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Silver Lab Puppies Temperament

If you’re considering one of our Silver Lab puppies for sale, be prepared strap in for a ride! As one of the most energetic breeds, your Silver Lab puppy will always be down for exercise, play, swimming or any other outdoor activity. Playful and excitable, be prepared to remove any knick-knacks from coffee tables or end tables — this breed is notorious for knocking these over with an almost constantly wagging tail!

Widely considered the sweetest tempered dog breed, your Silver Lab puppy will light up every time you walk in the room — greeting you with kisses and affection when you come home after a long day at work. Highly intelligent, these dogs can easily be trained to respond to a variety of commands — and their alert nature makes them natural guard dogs. As one of the most lovable dog breeds, your Silver Lab puppy is sure to get along with everyone — from other dogs to small children and the elderly — making the breed a perfect fit for almost anyone who has the stamina to keep up with it!

Silver Lab Puppies Health Considerations

Though generally a very robust & healthy breed — with an average lifespan exceeding 12 years — there are a few health considerations you should keep in mind before adopting one of our Silver Labradors for sale. Many of these conditions affect dogs in later life, though some can occur during adolescents and early adulthood. Some of these conditions include the following:

  •       Hip & Elbow Dysplasia
  •       Progressive Retinal Atrohpy (PRA)
  •       Color Dilution Alopecia

Keep in mind that these conditions are not uncommon in any dog breed. Additionally, there often steps that can be taken to reduce your dog’s risk of developing these conditions — including a healthy & nutritious diet, as well as regular exercise to keep your companion happy and healthy. While no breeder can offer a 100% guarantee on your pup’s health, all of the Silver Labrador puppies for sale though Keystone Puppies are bred with the highest standard of integrity. To learn more about our commitment to ethical breeding practices, read about the Keystone Puppies Health Guarantee!

Silver Lab Puppies Coat & Coat Care

The coat should be short and dense, but not wiry. This hunting breed has a water-resistant or water-repellent coat that is slightly dry and oily. Unlike many short-haired breeds, Labs are outdoor dogs. They are usually able to keep warm in the winter and cool in the summer.

Silver Labrador Retrievers have short, straight coats that shed seasonally. They have a double coat — with thick, dense hair — which helps keep them warm during winter months. Their heavy coats also offer additional insulation when swimming — a favorite pastime of Labradors, Silver Labs included.

With a low-maintenance coat, the Silver Labrador Retriever only needs brushed once or twice a week. It’s important to bathe your Silver Labrador Retriever every four to six weeks to keep his coat healthy, shiny and prevent skin irritation. While this breed does not require regular appointments at the groomer for trims, it is important to remember Silver Labrador Retrievers are moderate shedders — consider investing in a de-shedding tool for your furry companion, as well as a sticky hair & lint for yourself!

Silver Lab Reviews

  • Our Lettie has been such a fun addition to our family! We have never had a Lab, so there is a bit of a learning curve. They are pretty high-energy, love all the sticks, and be ready to have a shadow wherever you go…lol. She also insists on sitting on our laps whenever we sit down, which was adorable until she became 72 pounds. We have had a few issues with ear problems and some skin allergies in the winter, but both were fixed up quickly with a trip to our vet. Shedding is not bad, but we also don’t see it as much because of her silver hair. She also gets along very well with our GSP. Overall, we would for sure purchase another Silver Lab! Love our sweet girl!

    Christine L.

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