Wednesday, August 1, 2018

The Best Training Method Used To Train A Labrador

Have you been wondering how professional dog trainers train a Labrador without frowns? Do you want to use their training method to avoid obedience school training fees? If you answered "yes" in either questions, today is your lucky day. In this article, you will learn the most effect training method used for training dogs. It is called Positive Reinforcement - the happiest training method.

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Trimming Your Labrador Retrievers Nails


Regular nail trimming is important to your Labrador Retrievers health and well being. Nails that are not properly clipped can crack and split, which can lead to infection in that area. Long nails can be uncomfortable for your Labrador and for an owner’s leg. A regular trimming, at least once a week or  every two weeks, will save both you and your Labrador Retriever a lot of pain and aggravation.

Purchase a good quality nail clipper, one that is appropriate for your Labradors claws. You might also want to purchase a clotting agent, such as Kwik-Stop, or a styptic pen. It is not unusual for people to clip a toenail short and for bleeding to occur.

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

All About Miniature Labradors

Most likely you are familiar with the ever-so-popular Labrador retriever. After all, they are one of America's favorite dogs. They are known for their trainability and loyalty. Labradors are truly "man's best friend!" You most likely are also aware of the variations of Labrador dogs. For example, Labradors can be one of three different colors; they can be black, yellow, or chocolate brown. But you might not know about another variation of Labradors: miniature Labradors.

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

A Brief History Of The Labrador Retriever Breed



By Dr. Jim Anderson
So right off the bat, let's get one thing straight: the Labrador Retriever is incorrectly named. It turns out that this breed of dog did not come from Labrador (the northerly region of the Canadian province of Newfoundland). Rather, the breed comes from Newfoundland in Canada.
It is believed that this part of Canada was populated with small water dogs which when they were bred with Newfoundlands produced a new breed of dogs that were called St. John's Water Dogs. You can think of this type of dog as being sorta an early version of what we today call the Labrador Retriever.
Initially this new breed of dog was used by local fishermen

Monday, November 21, 2016

Common Labrador problem you need to know about!

In general, Labrador pups come home at approximately eight weeks after their birth. The lifespan of a Labrador, on average, is between 10 and 12 years. As a breed in general, Labradors are quite healthy. In fact, they have few significant health issues, as stated below.

Labradors have inherited certain problems related to their health, and most notably elbow and hip dysplasia. These are mainly found in the larger dogs, so some veterinarians recommend joint supplements. Some Labradors are also in danger of

What You Can Expect from a Labrador Retriever

Labrador Retrievers are, according to the American Kennel Club the most popular dogs for the last 25 years. However, it's important to know that although these very famously friendly dogs are preferred by most families, every individual family should look to their own lifestyle before choosing this or any other breed.

Labrador Retrievers are high energy dogs, and that might not work for everyone. For example, anyone who works long hours and the dog is left at home by himself, this may not be the