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Our puppies are Reserved about a year before they are born. If you would like an opportunity to bring home one of our future puppies, please start by filling out an application.
To view some of the past puppies born here at Lure Labradors, please visit our Gallery page!
Our companion puppies are sold under limited registration for $2,000 regardless of color or gender. Show candidates are $3,000 and require a contract. Deposits are $500 and go towards the total price of your puppy.
“Our experience with Lure Labradors was nothing short of excellent! From the first call, to the time we arrived, and even to this day when I still have questions, they have been over the top. Lure Labradors has a beautiful , family friendly kennel tucked away in the country side. I was so impressed! They take such loving care of each of their Labs. We were blessed with one of their older pups, a one year old black male. He came to us so very loving, well mannered, and trained. Everyone who meets him loves him! Many thanks to Lure Labradors. We would highly recommend them to anyone looking for a great Labrador!”
Howard and Crystal Redmond – Lake Lure, NC
We were lucky to find Lure Labradors in our search for a Lab pup near home! They are a great family, have a beautiful facility for their dogs. They bring a lot of knowledge, care & integrity to their passion for breeding orthopedically sound, intelligent, loyal Labs with relaxed and loving temperaments. Ruby is a super puppy, and so gentle and sweet with our kids. Throughout our relationship, Matt and Kathrine have been so responsive, always just a text or FB message away!”
Hilary Drake – Asheville, NC
Our family welcomed Elsa into our home in the Spring of 2016. For the last five months we have seen her grow into a beautiful adolescent. Perhaps the friendliest dog in the neighborhood, Elsa garners loving attention from event he most purposeful walkers; she even stops some joggers in their tracks for a little pat on the head. Very playful yet gentle with our 10 and 12 year old children, Elsa seems to know intuitively not to push boundaries. She’s still a Labrador puppy and like to chew on things, but is very easily corrected with lasting effect. While she had an initial fear of steps and large bodies of water at first, she now runs up and down the steps and hops right in the water on command. Bath time is a dream. She calmly stands in the water and lets you get soap in all the tough to reach places, then allows a thorough rinse without shaking water all over the bathroom. When it’s time for a walk to relieve herself, there’s no guesswork. She tells you exactly what she needs when she needs it.
We are just thrilled with Elsa and with Lure Labradors.
Jack Bolton – Asheville, NC