Cedar Ranch Labradors is located on 13 acres in beautiful Descanso, CA in the mountains of Eastern San Diego County. To the
north of us is uninterrupted forest of oak and chaparral which changes to pine in the higher elevations. Our property has many
mature cedar and oak trees as well as an orchard of fruit trees, and a large pond that contains many fish and turtles. We also have a
cow, pigs, two cats, chickens, and a 13 pound Border Terrier named Harley whose mission in life is to kill all squirrels. Our kennel is
comprised of fenced acreage as well as 8 covered outdoor concrete floor kennels with floor drains and two indoor climate
controlled whelping rooms. We also have a nice office and separate storeroom. The dogs run and play outdoors during the day
and are put up in the kennels at night for their own safety and protection from the elements and wild animals.
A typical day in the life of a Cedar Ranch Labrador:
7:00 AM- All dogs let out for the day to play, kennels cleaned if needed.
11:00-12:00- Midday check on dogs, retrieving, cookie time.
4:00-5:00- Individual training sessions
Dusk- Dogs fed and put to bed for the night with various toys.
A typical day in the life of a Cedar Ranch Labrador Puppy:
7:00 AM- Pups fed and let out to play outside weather permitting. While pups are outside the indoor kennel and litter box is
thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. Toys and dishes are washed after mealtimes. Pups are played with and worked with on bite
inhibition, sitting and asking for attention, and put into crates for approximately 30 minutes to become accustomed to crate training.
12:00 PM- Pups fed again, held and cuddled. Manners training worked on. Pups play with each other and age appropriate toys all day.
5:00 PM- Pups fed again, cleanup done again if necessary, depending on the size of the litter. Dishes washed. Loves and cuddles.
Manners training reinforced.
8:00 PM- Pups petted and lights turned out for the night.
|Yes ranchers do kill rattlesnakes
when we find them, sorry!
|Endangered Western Bluebirds on
the front porch
|One of about 20 turtles that live in our
|Cedar Ranch Labrador Retrievers