Labeana Weeping Willow
Sire Grand Ch Bradorla Ice Breaker
Dam Labeana Foreign Policy
Our number one Foundation Bitch. Her Labrador Retriever Puppies have been flown all around the world to breeders and Pet owners alike . Willee is by Gr Ch Bradorla Icebreaker who was Tasmania’s Top Winning Labradors Retriever and Gundog!! Her Dam is dam is Labeana Foreign Policy By (Driftway Foreign Affair) neither need any introduction in the world class spheres of showing. This Bitch is so correct in every way and bred absolutely in the purple. Willee’s amazing labrador temperament is just personified in this expressive ever so pretty Bitch. She will swim anywhere, anytime in anything. Her loyalty and work ethic is incredible. She is kind, clever and sensitive to the commands of her owner. Her Arroser Labrador retriever Puppies by Driftway Take The Lead have been stunningly correct and beautiful and just exude the most wonderful personalities like their mum.
Labeana Weeping Willow is impressive. Sitting in a bath tub -stacked up or reaching out with impulsion in her trot. Her body is short coupled and level through the topline. This is a world class Labrador Retriever Bitch. We can never Thank Scott from Labeana Labradors enough for allowing us the joy of owning her.
More about The Labrador Retriever from Wikipedia
The Labrador Retriever is also known as simply Labrador or Lab, is one of several kinds of retrievers, a type of gun dog. They are even-tempered and well-behaved around young children and the elderly. Labradors are athletic, playful, and the most popular breed of dog by registered ownership in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States (since 1991 A favourite assistance dog breed in these and other countries, Labradors are frequently trained to aid people who are blind and people with autism, act as therapy dogs, and perform screening and detection work for law enforcement and other official agencies. They are prized as sporting and waterfowl hunting dogs A few kennels breeding these grew up in England; at the same time a combination of sheep protection policy (Newfoundland) and rabies quarantine (England) led to their gradual demise in their country of origin.
The first and second Earls of Malmesbury, who bred for duck shooting on his estate, and the 5th and 6th Dukes of Buccleuch, and youngest son Lord George William Montagu-Douglas-Scott were instrumental in developing and establishing the modern Labrador breed in 19th century England. The dogs Avon ("Buccleuch Avon") and Ned given by Malmesbury to assist the Duke of Buccleuch's breeding program in the 10’s are considered the ancestors of modern Labradors.
The first St. John's dog was said to be brought to England in or around 1820; however, the breed's reputation had spread to England long before. There is a story that the Earl of Malmesbury saw a St. John's Dog on a fishing boat and immediately made arrangements with traders to have some of these dogs exported to England. These ancestors of the first Labradors so impressed the Earl with their skill and ability for retrieving anything within the water and on shore that he devoted his entire kennel to developing and stabilizing the breed.