Tag: "Labrador Rescues"

Rescue Labradors
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Rescue Labradors

Often Labrador retrievers have been abandoned after a lifetime of neglect or abuse from their owners. Rescue Labradors are part of a breed that is generally very sweet-spirited and good with kids making them the perfect addition to your home. Because rescue Labradors have often abused or abandoned before reaching temporary shelters or foster homes, […]

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 […]

What to Expect When You Rescue a Labrador Retriever
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What to Expect When You Rescue a Labrador Retriever

Finding the answers to these questions will help you avoid difficulty in navigating the process of adopting your Labrador. Labrador Retriever rescues come from most of the same sources as any other dogs. They are usually the result of random breeding, puppy mills and purebred show dogs. The Labrador breeder’s purebred puppy that was sold […]

Abandonment Issues in Rescue Labradors
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Abandonment Issues in Rescue Labradors

Labrador rescue can be one of the most rewarding and fulfilling things in the world. Adopted Labradors are forever grateful and offer a close companion to the family that saved their life. As with any rescue animal, though, your new pet may come to you with a little anxiety about being alone. If you notice […]

Purebred Lab puppies – Are we helping or hurting the Labrador Retriever breed?
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Purebred Lab puppies – Are we helping or hurting the Labrador Retriever breed?

The recent protest by PETA during the Wesminster dog show highlights a serious concern among dog owners. By using dog breeders, what are we doing to our pets?

Labrador Rescues
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Labrador Rescues

The majority of Labrador Retriever owners are responsible in caring for their pets, however, there are still thousands of dogs that are abandoned each year.