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Welcome everybody. I would like to invite you to explore the webpage about my Labrador Kennel “Grebe Paradise”.  I hope you will enjoy it and if you have any comments, suggestions or queries, please do not hesitate to contact me.

How did my adventure with Labradors begin?

Everything has started with brown female Labrador named Roda that was born in 2005. She became a member of our family when she was 7 months old and she immediately made us fall in love with her kind and calm character and impressive devotion to the family.  After several weeks I was completely convinced that Labrador is a perfect breed for us and that I would love to have more dogs. In 2008 my kennel in Gdynia was officially registered in Polish Kennel Club under 3658/P registration number.

The same year another female Labrador – Mila, Roda’s sister – has joined my kennel and luckily everybody, including Roda, has accepted the new member of our family. I have also moved the kennel into a different, closer to nature location. I wanted my dogs to grow up in a healthier environment, with a possibility of going on long walks, swimming in their favorite nearby ponds, etc. For me spending time with them is the best way to relax and I could spend countless hours watching how they enjoy being outside, play together and interact with humans. I do believe that Labradors are perfect for families with children: the dogs love to play as well as work and there’s a sense of a desire for a close relationship with humans in them.

In 2009 we finally had our first puppies - Roda gave birth to eight beautiful, strong, brown puppies. I couldn’t help myself and kept one of them. In that way third female Labrador, Gina, joined our kennel and our family.

Year 2012 was crucial for the development of my kennel. We had two new additions to our family –another female Labrador, Coddi (from Roda’s 2012 litter), and a creamy-colored male Labrador Roch from the well-known British kennel – Rocheby. I’ve never thought that a male Labrador would join my kennel! But Roch is a blessing to us which I very much appreciate – he is great!

All of the Labradors live in the house. We absolutely do not keep them in cages and treat them as a part of our family. We show them our love by spending our time on walking, playing or practicing with them which is why none of our dogs are aggressive or dominant. There are no negative relations in the pack and all interactions are very calm and friendly. For example when two of our female Labradors had puppies at the same time, they were cooperating rather than competing with each other.  

Also all of my dogs are under constant professional veterinary care of the animal surgeon, Doktor JarosÅ‚aw Hajdo.