Tag: "Labrador Health"

Keeping your Labrador cool in the summer is essential to his Labrador retriever health.
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Labrador Retriever Health: Tips for Preventing Heat Stroke

Labrador retrievers love to spend a lot of time outside, even when the heat starts to rise. As the temperature goes up in the summer months, it is critical for dog owners to know how to prevent heat stroke for the sake of their Labrador retriever health. Your dog isn’t going to be able to […]

Know the signs of problems with your Labrador retriever health.
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Common Injuries for Labrador Retrievers

Taking care of your Labrador retriever is an important aspect of being a dog owner. Your dog’s Labrador retriever health depends on your ability to take care him. Learning some of the most common ailments that can impact your dog’s health and wellbeing. Knowing what to look for can help you decide when to take […]

Keep your Labrador retriever safe with proper lawn care.
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Tips to Create a Safe Yard for Your Labrador Retriever

Your dog’s Labrador retriever health depends on how you are able to care for him. Because he likely spends a lot of time outside, especially in the warmer months, it is important to know how to make your yard safe for your Labrador retriever. While most people are aware of the basics of taking care […]

Mental stimulation is an important element in maintaining senior Labrador retriever health.
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Keep Your Senior Labrador Retriever Mentally Healthy

An important aspect of your Labrador retriever health is his mental health. Most people understand how important it is to keep your senior dog as active as possible to keep him healthy for longer. However, his mental health should also be a major concern. It is up to you to help your senior Labrador get […]

When your Labrador swims, he can develop swimmer's tail.
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About Swimmer’s Tail in Labradors

In the summer months, Labrador retrievers love to go swimming, whether in a pool, lake or other body of water. These dogs are excellent swimmers. In fact, it can be one of the things that encourages dog owners to choose this breed. However, what happens when your dog experiences a problem after he has gone […]

Healthy Labrador, Happy Labrador
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Healthy Labrador, Happy Labrador

Whether you have a new Labrador puppy or an older Labrador, Labrador health is a key element in their longevity and happiness in your home. Some elements of Labrador health involve basic pet maintenance like annual vaccinations, blood work and flea and tick protection. Other maintenance items related to Labrador health include grooming, regular nail […]

Rescue Labradors and Emotional Issues
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Rescue Labradors and Emotional Issues

A Labrador rescue is a fantastic companion for an adopting family. They are loving, caring and faithful pets who will show their gratitude in a variety of endearing ways. Unfortunately, many of these Labradors come from abusive homes or traumatic situations and can show the signs of emotional distress. Some of these signs can be behavioral issues […]

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

Active Labrador Retrievers and Family Playtime
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Active Labrador Retrievers and Family Playtime

As you’ve probably discovered by now, Labradors are a very playful breed of dog. They have endless energy in their earlier years, allowing hours of playtime for you and your Labrador. If you find that you are beginning to run out of idea on how to entertain your pet, you can use the activities below […]

ACL Issues in Labradors
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ACL Issues in Labradors

One of the most common maladies in Labrador health is a ruptured cruciate ligament (ACL). This occurs when the ligament is torn and the joint between becomes unstable. At this point, the femur and tibia can move back and forth across each other causing severe discomfort. The ACL is commonly torn when your Labrador twists […]