A female Labrador retriever has recently given birth to an unusual litter of puppies. What sets this litter apart is that each of the puppies has a different color, representing all three variations of the breed. This rare and remarkable feat has been the talk of the town among canine enthusiasts.
A Black Labrador named Zola has given birth to a litter of ten puppies, which are an extremely rare mix of pure yellow, chocolate, and black colors. Such a combination of three different colors in a single litter has only been witnessed on a handful of occasions before. Tina Davis, 62, and her husband Martin Davis, 63, who have been breeding Labs since 2006, decided to strategically mix doggy DNA to create a litter comprising all three colors. To achieve this, they used Wylanbria Kennels as their stud farm and worked with Diana Stevens, 47, the owner of the farm to breed a line of stud dogs that could successfully produce a mixed litter with their female Labs. Zola was impregnated by Stevens’ black Labrador named Rocks, 3, who was also uniquely bred to carry all three color genes.
A litter of ten Labradors featuring yellow, chocolate, and black colors has finally been born after more than a decade of careful breeding. The breeder, Davis, had been working towards producing a boy and girl with the genetic predisposition to create all three colors since the beginning of her breeding journey. Zola, the mother of the litter, went into labor last week, and Davis was overjoyed to see her long-awaited dream come true. All ten puppies have found their forever homes and are sure to bring joy to their new families. Davis explained that only a few Labradors have the necessary genetics to produce all three colors, making this litter even more rare and special.
A litter of Labradors with each distinctive color has been born, as reported by SWNS. The breeder expressed that it is crucial to ensure the puppies are healthy, considering the genetic issues that Labradors can carry. Although they can be sold for thousands, the breeder prefers to offer them at a more affordable price to enable good families to adopt them. There is a considerable waiting list of eager buyers hoping to take one of these pups home. The mother dog’s challenging pregnancy during her rare litter delivery led to a C-section operation, which resulted in the breeder’s decision not to breed her anymore. However, half of the litter will have the required DNA to produce all three colors again in the future. The breeder plans to breed from one of Zola’s daughters in a few years, providing the freedom to select any color combination. The breeder is delighted to have obtained the correct lineage to reproduce the different colors. Regardless of the color, all the puppies are expected to make fantastic pets for any family.