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Skin Disorders in Labradors: Labrador Health
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Skin Disorders in Labradors: Labrador Health

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.┬áSince Labradors are notorious for having somewhat sensitive skin, it is best to check your Labrador for the signs […]

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.

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.

How to get my Labrador to stop chewing on my stuff?
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How to get my Labrador to stop chewing on my stuff?

Owning a Labrador Retriever can be a wonderful experience, rewarding for both dog and owner. However, many pet owners experience the problem of their Labrador Retriever chewing on their personal possessions. This can include shoes, clothes, tupperware, kitchen utensils, doorknobs, or anything else within a dog’s reach. Why do some dogs engage in this behavior? What can you, as a responsible pet owner, do to discourage this behavior?