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HELLO HOOMAN, I’M Labrador

I’m sweet-faced, lovable and America's most popular dog breed. I’m friendly, outgoing, and high-spirited companion who have more than enough affection to go around for a family looking for a medium-to-large dog.

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Height:
23-25 Inches
Weight:
60-70 Lbs
Group:
Gundog
Life span
8-10 Years
Labrador

SOME OF MY CHARACTERISTICS

Family Dog

Kid Friendly

Dog friendly

Adapts Well with Apartment Living?

Shedding

Grooming

Training/Intelligence

Barker

Energy Level

Exercise Needs

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PERSONALITY AND TEMPERMANT

The Labrador Retriever has a strong hunting instinct and loves to roam. They are active, but calm and obedient if trained properly. Swimming and retrieving are the favorite activities of this breed, and they make good hunters on the field, and wonderful swimming companions. Regular exercise is a must to keep them fit. Labradors are keen on learning, easy to get along with, affable types that get along well with other animals, children, and just about anyone they meet. The Labrador Retriever temperament makes them a top choice for families and excellent therapy dogs, but not an especially good choice for guard dog duty.

CHARACTERISTICS

The Labrador Retriever has long been regarded as the most suitable pet throughout the world. Specially suited for hunting and often trained to hunt with gun sportsmen, the Lab has rightfully earned the title of a “gun dog.” It is a remarkable working companion that is used for various purposes, such as physical assistance and personal protection. However, its loyalty and friendly temperament also make the Lab an outstanding pet. The Labrador Retriever is found in black, chocolate, and yellow, with black being the most popular, and chocolate running a close second. The color of the nose should be the same as the color of the hair, with minimal fading. All other colors are the result of cross breeding and are not accepted as purebred Labrador Retrievers. The eyes should give the impression of intelligence and kindness; colors accepted for the eyes are brown for black and yellow haired Labs, and brown or hazel, for chocolate haired Labs.

ENERGY LEVEL

Labrador Retrievers have a high energy level. They just want to please their people and will bring you back anything that you are willing to throw for them. They are very easy to train and also have high affection and they also are playful and incredibly friendly.

PHYSICAL

The Labrador breed has a lifespan of 10 to 12 years. Some of the general health conditions that afflict Labradors are patellar luxation, canine hip dysplasia (CHD), and osteochondritis dissecans (OCD), which is canine elbow and shoulder dysplasia. Knee, hip, eye, and elbow tests should be included in the usual medical check-ups. One thing that is especially important to keep in mind is that this breed has a tendency to retain weight if it is sedentary too often, or if it is given too many treats. One of the most common health problems for the modern Labrador dog is obesity. A healthy Labrador should have a trim, hourglass shape. While it may be tempting to treat your Lab pal often, in return for their unconditional affection, it is far better to treat your friend with quality playtime rather than edible treats.

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