Deborah Mansfield is the owner of White Mountain Labradors. She is a long time, responsible pet owner and lover of all animals. Deborah was a co-owner in a veterinary clinic located in Granite Bay, California for over twenty years so she has a wealth of experience with animals as well as bred and trained World and International Champions. She specializes in yellow Labrador Retrievers, but breeds toward the lighter coloring. White Mountain Labradors is a small breeder that averages just two to four litters of labrador puppies each year. She works hard to ensure that the offspring meet AKC standards and strives for the "improvement/quality" of the breed.  She breeds ENGLISH Labradors with exceptional features, impressive pedigrees, strong genetics, stocky frames, and large block heads. Only the best pedigreed dogs are used in her breeding program which ensures that you are getting the best puppy possible, regardless if you want a companion dog or a show dog .

​​​​Dakota (Retired) and Harley

The Labrador Retriever is probably America's favorite dog. He is playful (well into his adult years) and is often seen as a lifelong friend.

Breed Group: Sporting 

Weight (lbs): male: 70-90, female: 60-85

Height (in): male: 22-24, female: 21-23 

Colors: Black, Yellow, or Chocolate. 

Coat: It should be short, straight and very dense, giving a fairly hard feeling to the touch.


                           PUPPIES ARE HERE

     We have puppies! Born 11/9/2023. There are 3 boys left.           Perfect for right after Christmas or that New Year gift.     

    They  will be ready to go to their new homes 1/8/2024.                                   

         2023/2024  Christmas/New Year Babies!!


           Reserve your spot now before they are all gone!



Sugar Lane's Shasta (Nova)

Gracie (Retired)

     Dam - Everest

Hi There,

My name is Sugar Lane's Everest at White Mountain Labradors but I go by Everest. I'm only 10mos. old but look forward to having my own pups next year.

OFA# - TBD - Future - (Hips) @ 2 yrs.
OFA# - TBD  - Future - (Elbow) @ 2 yrs.
CT  (Copper Toxicosis)  - (0) ATP7A 

​                                      (1) ATP7B

EIC - Normal (Clear)

​Centronuclear Myopathy - Clear

​Degenerative Myelopathy - Clear

Progressive Retinal Atrophy - Clear

Progressive Rod-Cone Degeneration - Clear

White Mountain Labradors



This breed learns very quickly and is always eager to please. Training is quite easy. 

Jax - 12 weeks 

Born 9/23/2022



This breed gets along well with children, other dogs, and most household pets. They are not considered to be great watch dogs, however. 


​​​​      Meet the Breeder


I finally had my own babies and they were BEAUTIFUL! My next litter will be in summer 2023. See the puppies page for more info. BTW .. I live Sacramento with Luna. 

​​​​​​​​Dam - Nova



Deborah Mansfield is one of the premier Labrador breeders in Idaho with both World and International Champions. She insists on ethical breeding and care for her pets.  


The Labrador Retriever can easily adapt to the exercise level of your family, but actually need lots of exercise, including long walks and field sports. 

"Ethical Breeding with Love and Snuggles!"


10-12 years

OFA# - TBD - Future @ 2 yrs.
OFA# - TBD  - Future - (Elbow) @ 2 yrs.
CT  (Copper Toxicosis)  - Zero copies

Centronuclear Myopathy - Clear
Degenerative Myelopathy - Clear
Exercise-Induced Collapse Clear 
Macular Corneal Dystrophy - Clear
Progressive Retinal Atrophy - Clear

Progressive Rod-Cone Degeneration 
            - Clear

        Sire - Harley (Retired)

 My registered name is Whitevelvet Caribou Creek but I go by Harley. I am a WBCH, IntCH, HnrCH-G Champion.
(World Beauty, International, & Honors in Gold Champion)
See my Championship photos under awards and training

OFA# LR-230347E45M-VPI (Hips Excellent)​OFA# LR-EL81104M45-VPI (Elbow Normal) 
EIC - Normal (Clear)
CT  (Copper Toxicosis)  - Zero copies     (ATP7A and ATP7B)
​Centronuclear Myopathy - Clear
Degenerative Myelopathy - Clear
Progressive Retinal Atrophy - Clear
Progressive Rod-Cone Degeneration - Clear


The Labrador Retriever should be brushed weekly, though twice weekly brushing may be needed during times of shedding. 

Country of Origin

The dogs that formed the foundation of the Labrador breed in England in the 1800s, were imported not from Labrador but from Newfoundland. They were originally called a St. John's Dog or lesser Newfoundland dog. They were black in color with white feet and mussels. Many don't know this but when a yellow coated Labrador was first born in England, they were immediately drowned by their owners.  It wasn't until latter that the yellow coat variation was accepted and propagated.