English Lab Breeder in South Carolina
Welcome to Greenbriar Plantation, where we breed and train America's favorite canine breed, AKC Registered Labrador Retrievers. We are an English Lab breeder, and yellow and black lab puppies are our specialty. We are located in the heart of South Carolina's Low Country, equidistant from some of the country's most beautiful cities–Hilton Head Island, Beaufort, and Charleston. Our dogs have also gone to loving homes in Savannah and Atlanta, Georgia, Charlotte and Wilmington, North Carolina, as well as 25 other states.
Why Greenbriar Plantation?
We are breeders of English Block Headed Labrador Retrievers that have achieved success in both the show ring and field arenas. Our black lab puppies for sale and yellow lab puppies for sale make excellent pets and hunting companions. We have litters of black and yellow labs available throughout the year. When you choose Greenbriar Plantation, we guarantee the health of our puppies' hips and elbows.
Please visit our kennel page for information about available puppies or upcoming litters.
Five Star English Labrador Facilities
Thanks for visiting our website. Although our site attempts to capture the beauty that is Greenbriar Plantation, when it comes to breeding English lab puppies, all facilities are not created equal. We believe that proper care is a large part of ensuring that our dogs are happy and how they go on to be award-winning pups. You are cordially invited to come to see our kennels and the well-manicured and cared-for facilities that your future puppy calls home.
Here to Answer Your English Lab Questions
We look forward to meeting you, speaking with you, and we invite you to visit to see how our dogs are kept and how our puppies are whelped. When you choose a puppy, we will give you a helpful introduction to housebreaking and training, so you get off to a great start with your new companion. We like to say our puppies are 90% housebroken when they leave Greenbriar.
Jim Burris & Kathy Sliz
" As breeders. we are committed to three things. First, breed a better dog with the proper mating in looks, training ability, and behavior. Second, breed a healthy dog that conforms to the standards of the breed. Third, place the dog into the proper environment. "