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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 […]

Disabled Dog? Your Labrador is Still Trainable!
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Disabled Dog? Your Labrador is Still Trainable!

Across the world, there are more and more dogs. Statistically speaking, this means disabled dogs are on the rise and it is becoming more likely that you may end up with one of these lovable labs as your pet. Don’t worry, though! There are plenty of options for disabled Labrador training available to you. The […]

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.

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.

How often should I groom my Labrador Retriever?
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How often should I groom my Labrador Retriever?

Grooming your Labrador Retriever can be an important part of the bonding process between you and your dog. Labradors are very affectionate, and are usually eager to be involved in any opportunity to be handled by humans. However, grooming is important for your Labrador’s general health as well. There are many benefits that come from regularly grooming your pet, and it can be a large part of contributing to your dog’s overall good health.