About us


Hello and thank you for checking us out! We are a small family owned breeding, whelping, and puppy training family. We decided to name our business "Spiller Farms" because we quite literally live on a small 15 acre farm! We love getting to spend our days loving on all the dogs and pups in our care! We breed labrador retrievers and aim to breed healthy, happy pups to be life long companions for you and your family! We offer our pups the best possible start to life we can. We strive to provide one on one love and attention to each of our pups until the day they go home to their new families! We currently breed american labs. All of our pups come with a 2yr hips and elbows guarantee, healthy pup guarantee, 2 rounds of vaccinations, and dewclaws removed! We start taking $200 deposits when pups are 1 week of age. The deposit holds gender and color. We then send videos of pups at 4weeks in the order deposits were received to pick which pup the new owners want! We send our pups home at 7-8weeks healthy, happy, and well socialized! When pups go home the remaining price of $1000.00/pup is due. We do offer extended stay puppy training! We will keep your pup for an additional 1 month minimum for basic puppy training! This will get your pup started on potty training, crate training, fetch, come, and sit. We will also introduce your pup to "safe" dogs, a horse, chickens, cats and more to help make your transition as easy as possible when bringing home your pup, check out our training page for more information! 

A little about me...

My name is Myranda Spiller owner of Spiller Farms! I grew up loving on every animal I could find from the abandoned baby bird to the neighbors dog. As I grew up I searched for a career that would allow me to interact with all sorts of animals! I started volunteering at the Texas State Aquarium at age 13. I worked with many different animals while there and later was hired on. I worked there for a few years enjoying every minute. While there I decided I would go to school for Animal Science and began classes at Texas A&M Kingsville but I wasn't one to be able to sit still in a class room. I took an 8month long internship in Indiana at Black Pine Animal Sanctuary where I had the privilege to work with rescued big and small cats, bears, primates, and your basic farm animals. I loved every second of working with those animals and decided that I wanted to try my hand at making a difference in the lives of rescued domestic animals like dogs and cats. I came back to Texas and became an Animal Control Officer for the City of Corpus Christi TX. I started as a kennel tech and worked my way up! I loved feeling like I was making a difference in the lives of so many dogs, however I hated all the sadness that came from people irresponsibly breeding dogs. I hated that so many people didn't care about the health or temperament of the animals they were breeding. The result was the dog winding up on the street or in a shelter. I met my husband shortly after becoming an ACO and he moved me to Three Rivers TX where we bought 15 acres to call home! While living here I got a job at the local vet clinic and then with the local Animal Control when they opened up a spot! I was so excited to be at a shelter again but I was also reminded of all the sadness and horrors of the world of rescue. I have seen first hand the horrible ways some people treat their dogs. however, I have never wavered in my belief that breeding dogs responsibly and properly is a great thing! Breeders who put time, love, money and responsibility into breeding are the people who help preserve the wonderful dog breeds we so easily recognize when out and about. I decided that I wanted to breed healthy happy labs (my childhood favorite) and open a whelping and training facility using all the knowledge I have acquired from running a shelter! So thats exactly what i'm trying to do now! I love being able to spend time with the dogs I love so much, and enjoy the challenges of training new pups!