About our Family
Only 5 minutesoutside the small town of Wallaceburg, we are living our dream raising our 3 children in a big country home. We are both former professionals who decided to leave the world of being trapped behind a desk in an office. In the spirit of doing our part to save the planet we grow much of our own food in an acre garden. We have raised a couple of pigs, turkeys, chickens and have had laying chickens for their fresh eggs. Although we are not farmers, we enjoy the satisfaction of biting into an organic tomato or other vegetable fresh from the garden. What we can't eat we freeze or pickle for the winter months. We are close to Mitchell's Bay on Lake St. Clair where we fish for bass, perch and walleye and throw balls into the water for the labs to retrieve until our arms fall off.
Our puppies have been adopted by families all over Canada and the US. We will will deliver puppies via airplane ride, check our FAQ for more information. We on occasion will deliver puppies to a central location in the London or Toronto area for an additional fee.
The History of our Kennel Name
Our love for labs started back in 1971. I was just five years old when we moved into a new home. The lady selling us the home
had a Labrador Retriever that she could not take with her where she was moving and feared that she would have to put him down. My parents agreed to take the dog along with the purchase of the house. We ended up saving him and named him Lucky. I remember spending hours on end playing with him. We would wrestle, play chase, have races (I would never win) and pretend to be hunters of ferocious game. As a boy I didn't need any imaginary friends because my best friend Lucky was always ready to play with me. Our kennel name Lucky Labs is in memory of the very first best friend I made.