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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 […]

Jessie will be a Cone Head for the next 10 days to protect her from scratching her stitches
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Glad to be Home After Labrador Retriever TPLO Surgery

Jessie looks worn in this picture, 24 hours after TPLO surgery. Looking at her eyes, she may be a little shnockered from the drugs. She walked to the car, toe tapping, and slept most of the way home. I don’t like using cones for my Labrador Retrievers, but the Dr.’s wife made it pretty clear […]

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Jessie Doing Great After TPLO Surgery

The surgeon said that Jessie’s surgery was a success. We are picking her up this afternoon. We are getting ready for recovery mode! Please post comments with any tips you might have. Jessie is a 2 1/2 year old Yellow Labrador Retriever. She was never a crate trained puppy, and can be a handful, like […]

Children and Labradors Introduced
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Children and Labradors Introduced

Labradors are active, fun-loving, energetic dogs that, when under the influence of excellent dog training, can be a great family pet. Known for being good with children, it is not a natural tendency for any dog, even a Lab, to automatically be kind to small children. Introducing your dog to small children is a process that may take a little patience and time in a controlled environment where you can protect both your child and your Labrador from getting hurt.

Looking At You With Love
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Labrador Retrievers: Healthy Eyes

It’s a funny thing, but sometimes just looking into your Labrador’s eyes can tell you just how they are feeling.  Many lab owners believe they can see right into their pups soul, but not many realize that carefully checking their dogs eyes on a regular basis can help them ferret out several potentially dangerous problems.  […]

Keeping Your Labrador Safe in Springtime Heat
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Keeping Your Labrador Safe in Springtime Heat

Weather changes are appreciated by many people, especially when they head for the warmer times. We, as humans, generally can’t stand to be in cold weather for very long periods of time; we’re just not built for it. However, Labradors are. And while humans love the upcoming heat of spring and summer, Labradors don’t.

Labradors As Assistance Dogs
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Labradors As Assistance Dogs

Your Labrador was born to work, being a sporting breed that loves the water and loves to run. Given their unique coats that shed water and their tails that move a large amount of water, their swimming abilities have made them a favorite working hunting dog since the 19th century.

Training Your Labrador Retriever
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Training Your Labrador Retriever

Training your Labrador Retriever Your Lab is a naturally brainy breed, but even they need a little leadership, especially early on.  Any breed benefits from some discipline and rewards, but training your Labrador Retriever brings rewards in the form of better manners, fewer slip-ups on the inside and outside, and the potential for your dog […]

Learn how to tell if your precious puppy isn't feeling well
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Does My Labrador Need to See a Veterinarian?

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.

Labs from a local Labrador Rescue
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Adopting a Labrador in Need of a Loving Home

If you are looking for a new dog to add to your family, consider adopting a Labrador that has been rescued and is looking for a new home.We all know that puppies are soft and cuddly but they do turn into a adult dogs. Here are some good points to consider when it comes to choosing a puppy verses an older dog.