STELLA HAD 10 PUPPIES ON DECEMBER 21, 2021
3 black boys
1 black girl
2 chocolate boys
4 chocolate girls
I'll publish pictures when 3 weeks old
Reservations being taken
Dam: Blossom Valley Got Her Groove Back ("Stella") black carrying chocolate
LR-EYE17491/17M-VPI; LR-CA11315/17M/P-VPI; LR-PA1966/17M/P-VPI; LR-248858E31M-VPI; LR-EL97601M31-VPI; LR-EYE17491/34M-VPI
$2,500 FOR BLACK PETS
$3,000 FOR CHOCOLATE PETS
(prices are doubled for breeding rights and full AKC registration)
Pet puppies get AKC limited registration meaning their offspring cannot be registered with AKC.
PROCEDURE TO GET A LAB PUPPY FROM ME:
1. Fill out an Application Form (upper right-hand corner)
2. Either attach completed application to an email sent to BlossomValleyKennel@gmail.com or
snail mail to Annette Gilliam, P.O. Box 891989, Temecula, CA 92589
3. When approved, submit a partially refundable $500 deposit by Zelle transfer to AnnetteGilliam47@gmail.com
(you will forfeit your deposit if you cancel for any reason, but I will refund it
upon your request if I can't offer you a puppy within one year of your deposit)
YOUR PURCHASE PRICE INCLUDES:
1) AKC Registration Certificate in the new owners' names with either "limited" or "full" registration, depending upon contractual terms and level of payment.
2) Litter Certificate showing 3 generations of ancestors.
3) 15-digit microchip.
4) AKC Reunite registration of microchip for life in the new owners' names.
5) Two vaccinations at 6 and 9 weeks, using Nobivac's Canine 1-DAPPv.
6) Two deworming treatments, using pyrantel pamoate at 6 and 8 weeks.
7) Two coccidiocide treatments, using Toltrazuril, at 7 and 9 weeks if needed.
ABOUT BLOSSOM VALLEY KENNEL:
My goal is to produce wonderfully temperamented Lab puppies to place in loving pet homes. My dad hunted and bred Labs in Kentucky, where I was born. I remember playing with Lab puppies as a child and exploring the countryside around the small town of Benton, which had about 2,000 inhabitants back then. I don't recall playing with other children as much as my dogs. I think I always preferred dogs to humans! My Dad gave away my dogs when he moved our family to San Diego in 1956 when I was almost 9 years old. I was very depressed to lose my best "fur" friends. I eventually grew up, went to college, getting a B.S. in Physics in 1972 and a J.D. in 1987. I lived in Torrance, working for TRW Space Systems from 1973-87. After graduating Loyola Law School in 1987, I worked in Century City for a litigation firm (Parkinson, Wolf, Lazar & Leo, et al.) for 3 years and then, in 1990, I went in-house at Southern California Edison Company in Rosemead and retired in 2013.
In 1988, I bought 12 acres in east county San Diego, California, near Lake Jennings County Park in an area called Blossom Valley, with the goal of establishing a ranch and having lots of fur friends. I designed and built a large house on that land and moved in in April 1998. Once there, I started collecting miniature horses, goats and dogs. Kasey Mando urged me to go to horse shows and dog shows so I registered my AKC kennel names while living there with the prefix of "Blossom Valley." I lived there until 2010, when my commute to work in Rosemead grew to 3 hours each way (140 miles), so I decided to move closer to Los Angeles.
In June 2010, I found a 20-acre parcel witih a nice house in Aguanga, CA, which is in Riverside County. My commute decreased to 2 hours each way so I was happy. After I fixed up that property, I moved to a property closer to the main highway in 2013 when I was preparing to retire. I retired from Edison on September 30, 2013. This property is more level for my animals and I have a pool, which the doggies love. Now I have a herd of about 35 alpacas (I make fiber into yarn for sale), a miniature horse, Labrador Retrievers, Parson Russell Terriers, (Jack) Russell Terriers, a Rottie, 4 pygmy goats, 3 peacocks, about 20 guinea fowl to eat bugs and kill baby rattlers, and an Arab mare named Lavonna, who I used to ride.