We are breeders of yellow and black English Labrador retrievers that have block heads and otter tails who have achieved success in the show ring and field arenas that make excellent pets and hunting companions.

Our kennel facilities are heated and air conditioned with private runs as well as large exercise areas. We guarantee hips and elbows. We have over 30 years of history and experience in breeding, training, and showing Labrador retrievers in South Carolina.

We have a pond designed both for introducing puppies to the water-and yes, even their first swimming lesson, as well as training the dogs for retrieving.

All puppies are vet examined and receive their first set of inoculations at 6 weeks. Puppies are sent to their new homes at 7 weeks with their complete medical history.

For information about current lab pups for sale and expected future litters, contact us on our Contact Us page and we will forward photos and pedigrees along with pictures of the dam and sire.

We wait until a litter has been whelped and then notify those who have expressed an interest on the color and sexes available. We work from deposits and choose a time to visit and view the litter. When a litter is whelped we send a weekly update with the photos, and this continues until the puppies are ready to go to their new home. Being breeders of Labrador Retrievers we feel that this gives those who are selecting their next best friend a good view of their history.

We work from a deposit/waiting list. As puppies arrive they are assigned to families on that list by date of deposit. Our deposit is $250 and is applied toward the purchase price of the puppy. The deposit is 50% refundable if the customer changes their mind.

Champion Greenbriar's Remington

Remington, one of our pups whelped October 22, 2003, won his Championship at the age of 15 months after having been on the show circuit since the age of 7 months. He is being shown by Beth and Mark Carr of Chiefland, Florida. Remy is a multiple Best of Breed winner and is one of the top ranked dogs in the country. In his year of birth, there were in excess of 146,000 Labs registered with the AKC.

Kennel News

Great news! Two litters are due in early March. We will have more litters in 2020. We work from a deposit/waiting list and our puppies are spoken for before they are born. Make your reservations now!

Greenbriar Family Album

See more at our Family Album page
Deborah Norville with the
family labs Polo and Puck