Category: Yellow Labradors

AKC bred Labrador Retrievers meet certain color and physical characteristics.
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The American Kennel Club Labrador Retriever

According to the American Kennel Club, the Labrador retriever is the most popular dog breed in the United States. This does not come as a surprise due to the loyal and loving nature of the Lab that makes it an excellent family dog, as well as a great hunting dog, giving you many uses for […]

Black Labs and Yellow Labs have many different characteristics.
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Purebred Black Lab versus Purebred Yellow Lab

If you are shopping for a Labrador for your family, you most likely have come across blonde Lab puppies and black Labrador retriever puppies. They are the two most common types of Labrador retrievers. There is also a third type – the chocolate lab, but the majority of families choose between the yellow Lab and […]

Puppy-Proof Your Home: Labradors & Families
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Puppy-Proof Your Home: Labradors & Families

Labrador puppies are notoriously cute and are widely known for being a great family pet. Even though the Labrador breed is highly intelligent, all puppies need a bit of training before they can be the best pet for you and your family. Labradors and families need to work together to make a perfect home environment. […]

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 […]

Jessie & Sam...The House Labradors
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Jessie Undergoes TPLO Surgery 1:30 CST Today

Follow Jessie’s progress on ClubLabrador.com Before I even had time to write the article about how Jessie tore her CCL, and how we picked the surgeon, or how scared we were when it happened, I could go on and on, the journey is starting. A quick recap…. The Players Jessie (female Labrador Retriever), is one […]

What To Do If Your Labrador Gets Injured
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What To Do If Your Labrador Gets Injured

One of the scariest aspects of Labrador health is when they seriously injure themselves. There are several simple ways your dogs might harm themselves, from getting hit by a car to tearing a ligament in their leg. While keeping your pet safe is always on the forefront of your mind when it comes to pet […]

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Perfect Pets and Sometimes Problems

Like every pet, Labradors are prone to specific health problems – most notably hip dysplasia. This disorder causes the hip joint to malform and can range from mild cases to very severe. The worst cases require treatment and often surgery. Many dogs from this breed also suffer from one or two eye disorders, and epilepsy can be a problem for many.

Real Buddy System!
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Labradors Like Springtime Exercise!

Finding time to go running out in the springtime air is great for anyone’s disposition, but it will do wonders for your Labrador Retriever. Being cooped up after drastically cold winter weather will sometimes drive any animal, or human for that matter, batty, and the exercise is great for both of you.

They All Want Love
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Rescue A Lab: Change Your Life

One of the hardest things in the word to look at is a Labrador retriever that is in pain from having been abused. You automatically want to help the dog—or dogs—no matter what, just as anyone would.

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Learn how you can help and read up on the breed; knowledge will help you in a number of ways. First, you will find out that there is so much to love about the lab in the first place. Discovering more information about lab rescues will be something that you will find very satisfying, and there is quite a bit of information on rescue of not only this special breed, but just about every other breed out there. Quite often it is up to the Humane Society or local animal cruelty prevention society to take care of rescuing animals of all types from abusive owners. That is not always the case, though.

Other rescue groups do exist in a number of areas specifically for the purpose of Labrador rescue. On our website, you’ll find a list of several different websites—some are very localized, others are national. One is even a Canadian website.