Redwood English Labradors (Sheridan, Michigan)

  • 6628 Waldron Rd, Sheridan, MI 48884
  • +1 989-763-6943
  • Rated 4.2/5 with 72 verified reviews.
  • Website
  • Sunday: 12-5 PM
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: Closed
  • Wednesday: Closed
  • Thursday: Closed
  • Friday: Closed
  • Saturday: 11 AM-5 AM

Redwood English Labradors Customer Reviews Summary

We’ve analyzed all available reviews for this breeder and summarized our findings below for your convenience!

Redwood English Labradors is highly recommended by multiple reviewers who have had exceptional experiences with the breeder. Customers have praised the breeder for their professionalism, ethics, responsibility, and compassion.

The puppies from Redwood English Labradors are described as beautiful, healthy, well-mannered, and well-adjusted. Many reviewers highlight the outstanding temperament and intelligence of the puppies.

The breeder's commitment to producing high-quality dogs is evident in the positive experiences shared by customers. However, there are a couple of negative reviews that mention a puppy diagnosed with a degenerative misformation of the front legs at 10 months old.

These reviews express disappointment with the breeder's lack of responsibility and willingness to help resolve the issue.

Redwood English Labradors Reviews

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Stacy Weiler

Best puppy ever…Rusty Redford has been amazing!!! He’s our world! Our 4 children are in love with him and he’s so kind and loving. Most mellow and loving lab temperament. He travels with all over the US! He’s been an amazing traveler!! Is perfect in every way!! Thank you Redwood I always refer our friends and family to you.


Krystal Truax

I cannot say enough good things about Redwood English Labradors. Savannah and family were fantastic throughout the entire process of researching the breed, their dogs, and the adoption process. We brought our male fox-red lab home in December of 2021 and he has been nothing short of amazing. His temperament is outstanding and his looks are nothing short of majestic. All he wants to do is please and be with his family. We have had no health issues or concerns. We take him everywhere with us and he does well in every situation. His intelligence is noteworthy as well. I have never trained a dog with such ease. Redwood English Labradors will be our breeder of choice for as long as they are around.


Andrea Baldwin

Redwood Labs provided us with the absolute best puppy we have ever had the pleasure of owning. Our black lab girl, Gladys, has warmed our hearts and become a welcome addition to our home. She is a beautiful, healthy, well mannered, well-adjusted, now 1 year old puppy who assimilated into our household flawlessly.

This breeder was professional, ethical, responsible, caring, and compassionate. The entire litter was curious, and healthy, and happy little pups. We will forever recommend this breeder as Gladys is the best Labrador I have ever known.


Louis Lessard

my dog ​​always has a somewhat special gait, I wrongly thought it was because he was a baby dog ​​and that eventually he would replace himself as he grew up since it is not uncommon for a puppy to walk crooked. I went to a dog daycare and the dog trainer told me that I should have him checked by his veterinarian. the way he plays with dogs she finds it weird. I therefore consult his veterinarian who gives him an X-ray. she doesn’t like what she sees so she sends me to see a CANNINE SPECIALIST IN ORTHOPEDIC. this vet is a specialist in surgery so she has seen it. she explains to me that my 10 month old puppy is too young to have such an injury. we will see this kind of case on a 5-7 year old dog such as a st-bernard/bouvier and a little rarer a labrador. she explains that this kind of injury can happen sooner if the dog is exposed to extreme sporting activity (which is really not our case) the only other thing the SPECIALIST tells us is that it is a problem genetics/malformation and to check with our breeder what we are doing. obviously when it’s to sell, no problem collecting the money but when it’s time to take responsibility, checkbooks are rarer… so it’s up to you to judge whether it’s normal for a puppy to 10 months goes no further, a specialist who has assessed the dog in person confirms the problem vs a breeder who is just afraid to take out the money. and that none of their veterinarian has seen the puppy BUT this allows a diagnosis….


Lisa Brignoli

So mad that a breeder do not respect a basic convention that a puppy having malformation problems within a year.

The worst is to explain to young children that their puppy suffers a lot and there’s nothing to do about it.
Any respectful breeder KNOWS malformations issues for this kind of dog. No respect. Not trust worty


j-f bourgeois

WOW, seriously ordinary!! Our 10 month old dog was diagnosed with a degenerative misformation of the front legs by 2 vets and when I called the breeder to help me or do something… Nothing, it’s not their problem! When you pay a dog $2,000 and he is 10 months old and has a degenerative disease… IT’S NOT NORMAL!!!
Savanah and Dan, if you want to do dog breeding, take responsibility not just the money!!