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For GGLRC's position statement on AKC registration of 'silver,' 'champagne,' and 'charcoal' colors in supposedly purebred Labradors who carry the dilute [d] gene, click here. Purebred Labrador Retrievers come in only three colors: Black, Yellow and Chocolate!Lab Rescue Membership
The Golden Gate Labrador Retriever Club (GGLRC) is located in California's San Francisco Bay Area and has over 70 members. The Club publishes a newsletter, Retriever Reflections, and sponsors events year-round that emphasize and encourage Labrador Retriever owners to enjoy the versatility of this breed. We are especially proud of the ability of our members to consistently earn obedience, agility, show and field titles with their dogs, while maintaining the highest level of sportsmanship.MORE INFO »
Interesting facts, humor and articles about America's most popular breed, our beloved Labrador Retrievers.
The most important decision you make in buying a Lab puppy is choosing the right breeder. Our guide lists the pros and cons.
The right puppy will be your family member for years. Take your time to pick the right breed and the right temperament.
GGLRC members and our dogs compete in many areas--conformation, obedience, agility and field trials.
...is a strongly built, medium-sized, short-coupled dog possessing a sound, athletic, well-balanced conformation that enables it to function as a retrieving gun dog; the substance and soundness to hunt waterfowl or upland game for long hours under difficult conditions; the character and quality to win in the show ring; and the temperament to be a family companion.
--Excerpt from the official Labrador Retriever Breed Standard.
LRC letter to AKC
In April 2014, our parent club, the Labrador Retriever Club, Inc. sent a letter to all AKC judges approved to award champion points to the Labrador Retriever. To download this letter, click here.