Welcome To Elibrook Labrador Retrievers

Eli Brook Labrador Retrievers. Our Girls Our boys Playtime Puppies Living in our memories About Our Friends Photo 3 My Photos Photo 2 Photo 3

About EliBrook Labradors

      My name is Gail Mosher and I have had the priviledge of living with English Labrador Retrievers for the last twenty years. My Labradors have proven to be some of the best friends in the world and shaped my life in many ways.  I live on a small non opperational farm in upstate NY with my husband  and three daughters,  we own 70 acres that the dogs can romp and play on.  We bought our first lab Eli, 25 years ago not knowing the path that one yellow dog would take us down.  Each of our Labradors are out of foundation English lines, their puppies have went onto become family members, working canine companion dogs, hunting dogs, agility, and show dogs.                                                                                                                                         When  we originally started this adventure we set some goals and standards that we felt to be vital to the dogs.  One, we would do everything in our ability to improve the Labrador breed.  Two, we would not comprimise what was right.  Three, if our view ever changed it was time to stop breeding labradors. 

     Our children have been so important in this adventure.  Our oldest daughter Heather, carried her passion onto become a Veterinarian. Our middle daughter Lynne, is a professional photographer, for which many puppies and dogs have sat patiently to have its picture taken.  Our youngest daughter Kristin is studying health studies, she is the most interested  in the breeding aspect of the labradors, she helps me pick the best puppies to keep and the new lines to bring in to our breeding program

      Because we have a vet in the family, we have been fortunate enough to stay on top of the latest technology in the Veterinary field, keep current on research and the latest trends in diet.  We hope to pass this knowledge onto you.  


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ALL PUPPIES ARE SOLD WITH A LIMITED REGISTRATION.  This means the puppy is registered with the American Kennel Club, however you do not have breeding rights to the puppy.  This is done to insure that Hips, Elbows, Eyes and EIC clearances are done properly and that the integrity of the breed is not jeopardized. If you have any questions about this please let me know 

Call me if you have any questions.   Thank you so much!

Fall puppies expected 



 Optigen, EIC, Elbow and Hip clearances done on adults before breeding. 

We are happy to answer any questions you may have.  It may take me a week or two but I will get back to you! 

 Gail Mosher


Recommened Sites to visit

Some sites we recommend that you visit are

American Kennel Club

Penn Hip Association

OFA  Orthopedic Foundation of America






IT IS MADE HERE IN THE UNITED STATES.  This food can be purchased at Back To Basics.



For Pet Containment Systems we recommend


Donna and Stan do an awsome job training your dog

and are always happy to answer your questions.



Tammy Brockett Photographer



For Veterinary Care

Waterville Veterinary Clinic



Books we recommend:

The Art of Raising a Puppy

By: The Monks of New Skeet

Our Thoughts on Colors of Labrador Retrievers

The American Kennel Club recognizies three colors, Yellow, Black, and Chocolate.  Yellow can range from white to a fox red.  Chocolate can range from milk chocolate to bittersweet chocolate color.  Be very cautious of breeders that sell  "rare" colors that include the word Silver, Lavendar, or Charcoal.  This is simply someone trying to make a quick buck at the expense of the breed.  American Kennel Club has determined that silvers are "dilute chocolates".  This means they are the result of a genetic flaw.  Inbreeding often being the method used to produce this flaw. WE DO NOT CONDONE IRRESPONSIBLE BREEDING!

The following pages contain pictures of our gang, some of our thoughts and what we strive for here at Eli Brook Labradors.  We invite you to come visit us and meet the dogs in person.  

Before you buy a puppy there are some questions to ask yourself

Are you willing to commit the next 10 to 15 years of your life to a dog?

Are you financially able to care for one?

Do you have room for a labrador to play?

Do you have small children?

Do you own your own home?

Do you have time...lots of it?