Strathlana Labradors

J. Rolland
Buckie
Moray
Scotland
StrathlanaLabradors@gmail.com

Breeders of:

  • Labrador Retriever
Lana 2 yrs old

Lana 2 yrs old

photo by: Joanne Rolland

Freya - Claychalk Costa Mila At Strathlana

Freya - Claychalk Costa Mila At Strathlana

photo by: Joanne Rolland

Lana and her son Jack

Lana and her son Jack

photo by: Joanne Rolland

Jack - Strathlana the Captain

Jack - Strathlana the Captain

We are a small kennel situated in Moray overlooking the Moray Firth. We have 4 Labradors just now who are first and foremost family pets. They all have excellent temperaments.

We first fell in love with Labradors in 1995 when we rescued a gorgeous yellow girl called Coogie, from then on we were totally besotted with the breed.

Coogie was truly a gorgeous dog, she was loyal, calm and very contented. She loved everything and everybody, nothing was too much trouble, she always aimed to please us.

Sadly we lost Coogie in 2005 at the ripe old age of 15 years. We know that Coogie had a happy contented life and she was sorely missed by all the family.

Keira was our second labrador. She did not have a good start in life as she was diagnosed with hip and elbow dysplacia at just 4 1/2 months. She underwent Triple Pelvic Osteotomy. She is now 6 years old and is doing great, but this has highlighted the importance of health testing. Keira loves people and is our shadow. She is a wonderful lovable girl.

In 2007 we got Lana from health tested parents. Lana has current Health Certificates.

She is a stunning chocolate girl. She was a late starter in the show ring, but she has done exceptionally well and has many best of breed and group awards. Lana is a bundle of fun and loves nothing more than running around playing with everyone (2 and 4 legged).

Coogie, Keira and Lana have bought so much joy to our lives.

They are all truly amazing girls.

They are and always will be the apple of our eyes.

All our dogs live in the house, and are well socialised around children and family life.

We are surrounded by open country side and also have a rather large swimming area (the Moray Firth).

Our Dogs

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