Cathy couldn’t have been better to work with. She gave us regular updates and sent us photos of our new puppy every week until we picked him up. Ryder is such a sweet boy. People can’t believe he’s only 10 months old because he’s so well behaved and calm. Thanks again Cathy. Someday we’ll get another dog and it will be from Briar Hill. Wonderful dogs and terrific breeder.
I brought a puppy December 2019 and couldn't be happier. She is very active, smart , attractive and did I say active! In 4 weeks she's 100% potty trained, can sit, lay down and bring back balls. Limited by attention span. Very happy with my Mya.
Friendly personable breeder and family. Nice variety. We got this female now named Shelby. We love her dearly. Breeder couldn't have been more helpful. Our girl is Beautiful and sweet. She wants to please and is coming when called. No accidents yet in potty training.Thanks so much.
When we first saw a picture of our yellow lab Hogan we knew he was meant to be ours and be our 3 year old Daughters best friend he was born on Oct 20th 2018 and our daughter Birthday is Oct 21st that was our sign he was meant to be a part of our family!!! Hogan is an outstanding puppy he is excellent with our daughter, friendly, loveable, cuddly, likes to play but also likes to nap and relax. Cathy from Briar Hill is an excellent Breeder she takes the up most care of her dogs and puppies, giving you all the information of vaccinations, worming, flea and tick medications schedule, all the paperwork on the puppies parents when you adopt your puppy. Our vet said Hogan was one of the best looking and healthiest puppies he has seen in a long time on his first visit. Definitely recommend Briar Hill Labs if your looking for an amazing lab!!!
He is a really good boy. He and I have spent so much time together. He has some boundary issues, lol. He is a little mischievous, chews on little pieces of napkins or paper towels. I will say his looks and conformation are super! He has a great temperament. What a great dog. Thanks Cathy, I could not have gotten a better dog.