We are against the pollution of our Labrador bloodlines with the dilution (d) gene, carried by so-called “silver”, “champagne”, or “charcoal” “Labradors”. The dilution (d) gene is alien to the Labrador Retriever. Therefore, these d-gene affected dogs are NOT purebred Labradors, and they shouldn’t be registered as such.
Top Posts & Pages
- THE DILUTE GENE IN LABRADOR RETRIEVERS - HEALTH PROBLEMS AND BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS
- DILUTE BREEDERS AND THE NUVET KICKBACK SCHEME
- DNA test for the dilute (dd) locus - It's here, it can be done!
- ALL DILUTES COME FROM TWO KELLOGG'S DOGS
- Labrador Quiz - Find the "Lab" with the AKC pedigree
- History of Dilutes in the United Kingdom - 2. The Dreamcoat connection
- Very rare! Beautiful Silver, Charcoal and Champagne Labrador puppies!
- Labrador Clubs & Kennel Clubs: Beware!
- Kellogg's Weimaraners and other "coincidences"
- Council for Purebred Labrador Retrievers -- A Shady Bunch
Just Say No To Silvers