Category: Labrador Grooming

Grooming Tips for Labrador Retriever Puppies
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Grooming Tips for Labrador Retriever Puppies

Before you start looking at Labrador retriever puppies, it is important to understand the grooming tips that are required to keep both you and your Labrador happy in the long run. Your cute, furry little puppy will soon start growing and require proper grooming. The earlier you start the grooming, the more tolerant your Labrador […]

As long as you take care of your Labrador, he has a better chance of staying healthy.
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Tips for Caring for Your New Labrador

When you bring a Labrador retriever into your family, you are bringing in a great companion for everyone. However, you need to make sure you give the dog the proper care so he will grow into a healthy dog. This includes keeping him clean, keeping his environment clean and making sure he has everything he […]

Labrador grooming can give you a great bonding opportunity with your dog.
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Reasons Why Labrador Grooming Is Important

Labrador retrievers have short fur coats that don’t grow long, requiring frequent haircuts. This tends to make Labrador owners think they don’t need to do any Labrador grooming at all. While the grooming required for this type of dog is often less than other types of dogs, it is still important. There are several reasons […]

Brushing your Labrador retriever often will reduce the amount of shedding.
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Labrador Grooming Tips

Although Labrador retrievers are a type of dog that sheds and thus don’t need much grooming, there are some things that you will need to do for your dog. In some cases, you can complete these grooming tasks; in others, you may need to take your dog to a professional for grooming. Whether you do it on […]

Labrador Grooming
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Labrador Grooming

Labrador grooming is an important part of keeping your pet maintained and in the best physical condition. Labradors are heavy shedders with different colored breeds shedding at different times of the year. While a lighter colored lab might shed all year round, darker or black labs shed less often but with greater results. Labrador grooming […]

Picky or Not, Good Food Is Best
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Picky or Not, Good Food Is Best

A Labrador dog, like all breeds, eats dog food, and you want to be sure that you feed her the dog food that maximizes her optimum health. You may want to feed your puppy twice a day, once in the morning and again in the evening, but be sure not to overfeed! Labs are happy, fun-loving, energetic dogs with a high metabolism, and some dogs will eat even when they are not hungry. This can make your Labrador sick, so patiently watch how much she eats and consider her behavior to determine exactly how much to feed her

Clean Dishes, Healthy Labradors
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Clean Dishes, Healthy Labradors

Nobody wants to eat off of a dirty plate, and although dogs generally have a cultural reputation around the world for being “unclean,” that certainly is not true about Labradors! You want to pay attention and be considerate, think about your lab’s health, and use clean dog dishes when you serve your dog her daily entrée of dog food. Using unclean dog dishes for food and water is not only hard to look at, they can actually be dangerous for your pet.

Learning Labrador Traits
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Learning Labrador Traits

You’ve chosen what may be the most friendly of all dog breeds for a family pet – the Labrador. As puppies, these pooches couldn’t be cuter. They never seem to quite grow into their feet and are full of energy. Taking some time to train your pooch not only makes sense, it can help you keep the newest member of your family safe and healthy. As a new Lab owner, there are two critical personality traits you must be aware of during the time you are training your puppy

Labrador Bathing 101
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Labrador Bathing 101

Labradors are beautiful dogs with thick coats that, unfortunately, shed. Depending on what kind of Lab you have, you will find that some with healthy coats can shed all year round while others, like black labs, shed twice a year. A dog sheds when they lose their old coat and grow a new one. If you want your dog’s coat to look healthy and to shine, not only is a good diet important, but it is also vital for you to groom her regularly.

Labrador Training: Patience and Consistency Rule The Day
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Labrador Training: Patience and Consistency Rule The Day

Labradors are sweet and gentle animals and not difficult to train. If you approach your Lab with patience and always remain calm with her, you will find that training is rather easy. Training small puppies is possibly the most crucial but trying period, as they may have not yet learned how to appropriately release their energy. This is a test for you, too, a time to learn patience and consistency.