Client Questionnaire

At Red Barn Ranch and Labradors, LLC, we strive to produce puppies that are physically and mentally sound. When we have puppies available we want to place those puppies in loving committed homes. We do our best, through our Client Questionnaire, our Puppy Application, and other means, to ensure a good match between the personality of prospective owners and our puppies.

We are a family owned and operated business and we believe in the family concept when it comes to our puppy clients. Our questionnaire serves the purpose of helping us become better acquainted with people interested in joining the RBRandL family. It is your first step toward making a RBRandL puppy part of your family.

This questionnaire in no way constitutes a contract on our part that there will be a Labrador Retriever puppy available for you, nor do your responses serve as the sole determinant of whether or not a Lab puppy will be offered. There are no right or wrong answers!




Please complete our Client Questionnaire:


First Name: Last Name:



City: State: Zip Code:

Home Phone: Cell Phone: Work Phone:

How did you find us?

Why do you want to own a Labrador Retriever?

What qualities would you like in your Labrador?

What qualities would you not like in your Labrador?

Please list any areas of interest you plan to pursue with your Labrador (Obedience, Rally, Agility, Hunting, Therapy Dog, etc.)

Please list your color and gender preference. (Black/Chocolate, Male/Female)

If your first preference is not available, are you willing to accept another puppy? If so, list in order of preference the color and gender you are willing to accept.

Have you owned a Labrador before?

Are you familiar with dog crates and their use in training?

Do you plan to crate train your puppy?

Do you understand the difference between Limited Registration and Full Registration?

Are you willing to take responsibility for the dog for the next 10 years or more?

Who will care for this dog if you should become incapacitated, temporarily or permanently?

What will happen to the dog in the event of divorce, separation, or death?

Do you plan to enroll your puppy in at least one structured obedience class?

Are you willing to stay in contact with the breeder for the life of the dog and to provide updates?

Please feel free to add anything that you think would help us in choosing the right puppy for you.

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