Many dog owners think they can feed their dog any food on the shelves in the local grocery store or pet store. However, many of these foods aren’t the best quality and aren’t healthy for your Labrador. While some dogs are able to handle any type of food you throw at them, there are some […]
Category: Labrador Nutrition
As a pet owner, you likely care about your Labrador retriever health just like you do for the rest of the family. When you choose organic dog food for your pet, you will be able to improve many areas of his life. If you are having trouble deciding whether you can pay that much for […]
When you own a dog, it is important to do whatever you can to promote a healthy lifestyle for your pet, including in his weight. Many Labrador health problems come down to Labrador retriever weight problems. Therefore, it is up to you to learn how to identify when your dog is overweight and what you […]
Anyone who has a Labrador retriever knows how messy they can be when it comes to the way they drink water. If you don’t watch where you are going, you can find yourself stepping in a slobbery mess. Not only can this be bothersome, it can also cause you to slip and fall, resulting in […]
There are so many dog food options available on the market, making it difficult for many dog owners to choose which ones are the best. Just like the food people eat, some dog food contains too many ingredients that aren’t beneficial to your Labrador retriever’s health. Some of those ingredients can actually contribute to health […]
If you have never heard of elevated feeders or raised bowls for dogs, it is worth learning more about them and the benefits they can provide for Labrador Retrievers. Because most Labs are tall, they are forced to lean down quite a distance to reach their food or water if the bowl is on the […]
Skin diseases and disorders in Labrador health are upsetting for both pet and human. They can be itchy, uncomfortable and even painful for your dog and can be unsightly and contagious to other pets or even people. Since Labradors are notorious for having somewhat sensitive skin, it is best to check your Labrador for the signs […]
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
Dogs, unlike human beings, can’t speak up and let you know if they don’t feel well. That’s why, if you’re a conscientious Labrador Retriever owner, you need to know how to read your lab, and sense behavior that is “out of the ordinary” for your specific pet.
The ownership of a Labrador Retriever can be a wonderful addition to your family. Yet like any other ‘new addition,’ either human or animal, a Lab brings with it a whole host of duties and responsibilities.