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Learn how to tell if your precious puppy isn't feeling well
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Does My Labrador Need to See a Veterinarian?

Dogs, unlike human beings, can’t speak up and let you know if they don’t feel well. That’s why, if you’re a conscientious Labrador Retriever owner, you need to know how to read your lab, and sense behavior that is “out of the ordinary” for your specific pet.

Who could resist these loveable puppies
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Making the Labrador a Part of Your Life

The ownership of a Labrador Retriever can be a wonderful addition to your family. Yet like any other ‘new addition,’ either human or animal, a Lab brings with it a whole host of duties and responsibilities.

Labs  have played many roles in their history
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The Role of the Labrador Retriever in World History

Everyone knows that the Labrador Retriever is a beautiful, friendly animal; some may not realize, though, that this diverse canine has a rich history and fills many important roles in the lives of their owners.

What Should I Feed my Labrador Retreiver?
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What Should I Feed my Labrador Retreiver?

Because Labradors have a specific chemical makeup, what you feed your dog can increase the lifespan and the quality of life of your beloved pet. When choosing a food, the amount of protein, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals are very important. It is also a good idea to look for dog foods with salmon oil, flax oil and canola oil, all which are great sources of omega 3. These essential fats will optimize the nutritional value of any food, and contribute to healthy skin and a healthy coat. If you are feeding your lab a well balanced dog food, it should cover all their nutritional needs, and extra vitamins and supplements should only be needed in specific situations.

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Diagnosing and Treating Ear Infections in Labradors

Ear infections are very common in large dogs, especially in Labradors due to the size and shapes of their ears. The lab’s long ears fold over to protect their ear canal causing a warm, moist climate, perfect for any organism to flourish in, and therefore, leading to infection. Because hearing is crucial for labs for survival and security it is important to be diligent when it comes to recognizing a potential ear infection.

Differences between Black, Yellow and Chocolate Labrador Retrievers
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Differences between Black, Yellow and Chocolate Labrador Retrievers

Labrador Retrievers are most commonly seen in three colors: Yellow, Chocolate and Black. The color range in each of these color classifications can vary, so some Labradors may be quite different in appearance. There are many theories about Labradors that are based specifically on their coat color, mostly due to pure speculation.