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Yellow English Lab / Labrador Puppies for sale in Michigan

Puppies are priced at $1550 with limited AKC and a spay/ neuter contract 

There’s so much to love about our yellow lab puppies for sale in Michigan. Not only are they premium dogs, specially bred to connect with welcoming homes, but their breed is beloved for good reason. These fun and friendly puppies are known for their loving, loyal natures. They’re dogs that are eager to greet you and always up for a walk. When fully grown, Labradors are fairly large, although they can be kept inside provided they get enough breaks for exercise and play. They’re also easy to keep groomed and tend to stay healthy for years. At Rozey K9 Farm, we specialize in breeding high-quality yellow lab puppies in Michigan. When you buy from us, you can count on getting a healthy, gentle animal that will make a wonderful companion.

 We are taking deposits now for our yellow lab puppies for sale.  Picks will go in order of deposits. Puppies will be priced $1550 plus Michigan Sales tax with limited AKC spay/neuter contract. 

Taking Deposits for Upcoming Litter

Deposit List for upcoming Litters 2024

Sex preferences are listed but, these could change depending on what is born.  Picks are made in the order of deposits received.

1.  James-- female





white labrador puppy

To place a deposit to hold or purchase puppy click the button below.  

Yellow Labrador Puppies born 4-5-24

Ready to go home now. 

Deposit List for this Litter--born 4-5-24

Sex preferences are listed but, these could change depending on what is born.  Picks are made in the order of deposits received.

1.  male available


Parents:  Sunny and Maverick

DOB:  4-5-24

Sex: male

Color:  Yellow

Price:  $1550



Our puppy Price is for limited registration(non breeding rights).  Deposit are non-refundable.

All prices are however for Limited AKC Registration/Spay and Neuter Contract (pet price, does not include breeding and show rights).  Full AKC Registration (breeding and show rights) contact us for an additional fee.



To place a deposit to hold or purchase puppy click the button below.  

Homes That Are a Good Fit for Yellow Labs

Yellow Labs are a delightful breed. Households that will do best with our yellow Labs for sale in Michigan are those that can prioritize exercise, giving their pups lots of physical activity. They also are homes where not everyone is gone all day, leaving the dog alone for long periods. Yellow Labs love company and being with their owners! Because they’re so large, they like to have enough space to move around, so a larger apartment or home is an especially great setting. Families can be a good fit for these pups — Labs are so companionable and loving. If you’re looking for a smart, active, friendly dog who will become a member of your household, you will love our Labrador pups.

Why Buy from Rozey K9 Farm

When you’re interested in shopping for yellow labs in Michigan, our small family farm is proud to be your best resource. We’re the yellow lab breeders in Michigan with more than 13+ years of experience, working with Midwestern clients in Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin. All our yellow labs come from champion lines and go through extensive testing to make sure our clients get puppies with premium pedigrees. At our 9.5-acre farm in Michigan, our puppies are born into a family environment that encourages their ready transition into loving homes. Each one leaves us fully up to date on vaccinations, too. If you’re ready to give one of these yellow lab puppies a forever home, get in touch with us!

Contact us to come hold a puppy or to be put on the list to place a deposit for your own yellow lab!

Where does the Labrador come from?

The Labrador Retriever (also known as the ‘Labrador’ or its nickname the ’Lab’) is traced back to descending from the Newfoundland Dog and the St. John’s Water Dog in Newfoundland, Canada. The name however, Labrador Retriever, likely derives from the Portuguese ‘lavradores’ or Spanish ‘labradores’, both of which mean ‘farm worker’, some argue though the name came rather from the ‘Labrador’ region of Canada. The Labrador though, was bred for hunting in water and pulling boats, which is evident even today in its natural love for water and thick strong body. The Labrador Retriever was first recognized in America in 1917 and thereafter rose steadily in popularity due to its incredible versatility, obedience, phenomenal build and sturdy looks. It is now considered Americas most popular breed.

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