The Truth about the Labrador Retriever.

Life is Better with a Lab!





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Labrador Retrievers: Your automatic best friend.

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1.

Adaptable in any family!

The Labrador Retriever is a very easy-going dog. They can get along with anyone and are great with children of any age! Labs are considered the best family companion. Their is no second guessing this dogs devotion to his family.

2.

Wonderful swimmers.

No denying theses dogs in the water! The Lab is known for its double coat and webbed feet that make swimming an easy task. Their coat is also water-repellent to help them stay dry.

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3.

Popular pup!

This breed was ranked the #1 Most Popular Dog Breed by the American Kennel Club five years in a row! Labs are known for their bulky bodies and broad neck. There are not many places you can take these pups without knowing what breed they are.

4.

Prone to obesity.

The Labrador Retriever can get a little carried away when it comes to food! It is not recommended that these dogs be on a free feeding diet. They need a controlled diet with high quality food! It is also very important that they get daily exercise to regulate their muscles.

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5.

They are very energetic!

A walk will not suffice this pup. These working dogs are retrievers! They enjoy hunting and are excellent in many different training activities. Swimming is another one of their favorite things to do; this helps keep them in shape.

6.

Amazing service pets.

Labradors’ are one of the most common service animals in the United States. These pups have an eager to please attitude like no other! They are commonly leading dogs and diabetic alert dogs.

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7.

Canadian born, Great Britain raised.

The Labrador Retriever was first discovered by the British. When they discovered what a great breed the Lab was, they migrated them from their homeland in Canada to Britain. This is when the breed started growing in popularity and evolving.

8.

A social butterfly!

These pups will greet you with a smile and a tail wag every time! They love all things (people and animals alike.) Labrador Retrievers’ have a good-nature and are very involved with their owners.

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