Kentucky Labs (Bowling Green, Kentucky)

  • 12854 Cemetery Rd, Bowling Green, KY 42103
  • +1 270-605-4429
  • Rated 4.5/5 with 14 verified reviews.
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Kentucky Labs Customer Reviews Summary

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Kentucky Labs is a highly recommended breeder, with customers expressing happiness and satisfaction with their experience. The breeder is praised for their responsiveness, availability, and willingness to answer questions before and after the purchase of a dog.

Customers mention that the facility is clean and well-maintained, and the puppies are beautiful. One review highlights the breeder's practice of having the parents on site for viewing.

Overall, customers highly recommend Kentucky Labs for anyone looking for a Lab. It is important to note that one review raises concerns about aggression in a silver lab purchased from the breeder.

The reviewer suggests that the breeder should exercise more responsibility in their breeding practices, specifically regarding the age at which puppies are given to new owners. This review serves as a word of caution and encourages potential customers to conduct thorough research on silver labs and their breeding.

Additionally, there is a comment mentioning difficulty in contacting the breeder for the past two weeks.

Kentucky Labs Reviews

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Jesse Kissinger

Clean facility, dogs were well kept, easy to deal with.


Andrew Hicks

I couldn’t be happier with my experience with Kentucky labs. They were very responsive to all inquiries, made themselves available for me to come by from out of town and available for questions after I got my dog. Most of all I got the healthiest, most beautiful dog in the world. I couldn’t recommend them more highly. You can’t go wrong getting a dog from them.


Josh Geary

Me and family had a great experience with Kentucky Labs. Facility is very clean and well maintained. The owner was very nice and helpful throughout the entire process. The puppies were beautiful and parents are on site for viewing. Would recommend anyone looking for lab to go here.


Ryann Little

I would love to give them 5 stars but I have continuously tried to contact them by phone, email, and Facebook for the past 2 weeks inquiring about a black Labrador. No one has gotten back with me.


Susan Bush

WARNING!!!! This breed of dog is AGGRESSIVE!!! That’s not just me saying it, this is coming from multiple veterinarians, trainers and surgeons. It’s with a VERY heavy heart that we have struggled with our beloved silver lab, Dakota for the past 4 years.
Since day 1, this puppy has launched and bit everything she could reach. We thought it was teething, but it became very clear that this was not normal. This dog has been our biggest challenge, greatest sadness in our dog owning lives.
She has attacked us multiple times in various situations and sadly recently, attacked a friend. We have tried to do everything right for this dog. We had her professionally trained, we’ve taken excellent care of her, only showing her love and affection. She is my husband’s best friend which makes this all the more difficult.
It is heartbreaking, but we have reached a point that she either goes to a trainer to become a police dog or hunting dog perhaps or we will have no choice but to put her down.
We LOVE dogs and care greatly for all of our animals.
Something wasn’t right with her, from the beginning. I contacted the breeder, but he said he’d never heard of this aggressive side before, yet we’ve come to learn that it’s very common with silver labs. In fact, I was stopped on the road while walking my dog by another silver lab owner and he asked me when the biting stops.
This type of breeding and mass breeding of an aggressive dog should be regulated. This breeder in particular, while a nice and kind man who runs a clean operation, is no different than any puppy mill.
Puppies should not be given to new owners before 8 weeks at minimum and he is happy to hand them off at 6. This is not responsible breeding. For him, like so many others i feel as though he is doing this for financial gain only.
I’m sorry that I have to write this. I’ve never written a review for anything EVER, but I feel it is my responsibility to warn the public.
Please do the research on the silver labs and the breeding behind them. We thought we were getting a great family dog and it has been anything but.