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Labrador Retriever Puppies For Sale in Wisconsin: Breeders List 2021

Oliver Jones

Pet Keen advocates for adopting before shopping. We understand there are many reasons for seeking a breeder, though, so we encourage it to be done the right way. We have not personally investigated all of the breeders below, rather, we have gathered their details for you to get in touch and ask all the right questions before you decide. Learn more about our position and how to choose a breeder here.

Labrador Retrievers are always near the top of the list of most popular breeds. It’s no secret that these beloved dogs make wonderful family pets, hunting buddies, and more. If you’re one of many families looking to add a Labrador to your home, you might face stiff competition for a puppy. That’s why we’ve put together this list of breeders in Wisconsin with information on what each has to offer.

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7 Labrador Retriever Breeders in Wisconsin

1. Southfork Retrievers

Southfork Retrievers

  • Trevor, WI

The puppies from this breeder in Southeastern Wisconsin come with American Kennel Club (AKC) papers and a 26-month health guarantee. They breed both family pets and hunting dogs, so you’ll have options depending on your preferred puppy type. They offer a significant level of training in both obedience and field through their training program for interested families.


2. Plumtree Labradors

Plumtree Labradorss

  • Kansasville, WI

Plumtree is an AKC Breeder of Merit that specializes in show-quality puppies. They certify their puppies’ health and test for many different genetic defects. Plumtree breeds yellow, chocolate, and black labs, depending on the year. You may need to wait for quite a long time for a puppy to become available.


3. Soggy Acres Retrievers

Soggy Acres Retrievers

  • Delavan, WI

Located on over 20 acres in Southern Wisconsin, Soggy Acres Retrievers raises and trains pedigreed Labrador Retriever puppies. They breed all three popular colors—chocolate, black, and yellow. A deposit is required before you can add your name to their waiting list. The dogs come with a health guarantee as well as instructions for vaccinations, feeding, and more.


4. Dutch Acres Pups

  • Portage, WI

Dutch Acres has been breeding Labrador Retriever puppies for over 20 years. They breed both companion and hunting dogs. All puppies are up to date on vaccinations, socialized with other dogs, and come with AKC papers. They also come with a health guarantee so you can be confident that you’re receiving a healthy puppy.


5. Winter Valley Labs

Winter Valley Labs

  • Hatley, WI

This breeder has been in business since 2005. They breed yellow, chocolate, black, red, and white Labradors. Their dogs are AKC registered and are of show dog quality. They also breed excellent hunting dogs for those looking for a hunting companion. If you’re interested in one of their dogs, Winter Valley requires a non-refundable $200 deposit to join the waiting list.


6. Thunder Labradors

Thunder Labradors

  • Busseyville, WI

All of the labs from Thunder Labradors are AKC-registered. Their puppies are yellow, black, or chocolate-colored, depending on the parents. They come with a health guarantee for 26 months. There is a long list of conditions protected by this guarantee which means you can purchase a puppy with confidence that is in good health.


7. Kohler Creek Labradors

Kohler Creek Labradors

  • Kohler, WI

Kohler Creek Labradors produces high-quality Labradors with a wide range of abilities. Their dogs are excellent for hunting, retrieving, service, obedience, agility, and companionship. They raise yellow, chocolate, and black Labradors. All dogs have undergone a health screening and have pedigree and AKC papers. They are a small breeder and don’t have puppies at all times.

Related Read: Labrador Retriever Puppies for Sale in Illinois


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Oliver Jones

Oliver (Ollie) Jones - A zoologist and freelance writer living in South Australia with his partner Alex, their dog Pepper, and their cat Steve (who declined to be pictured). Ollie, originally from the USA, holds his master's degree in wildlife biology and moved to Australia to pursue his career and passion but has found a new love for working online and writing about animals of all types.