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English Labrador Retriever Jacksonville FL

September 8, 2014 – 02:16 pm
English Labrador Retriever Jacksonville FL

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British Labrador Retrievers VS English

August 30, 2014 – 12:56 pm
British Labrador Retrievers VS English

History: Labrador Retrievers, as their name implies, were bred as hunting dogs to retrieve waterfowl and pull nets in from water. Their founding breed was the St. John’s Water Dog, which was a mix of English, Irish and Portuguese working breeds. The name Labrador arose from the need to distinguish these dogs from the larger Newfoundland breed from which they descended. Traits: Excellent swimmers, hardworking, loyal, kind, outgoing, excellent sense …

English Labrador Retrievers Kentucky

July 28, 2014 – 06:11 am
English Labrador Retrievers Kentucky

ENGLISH LABRADOR RETRIEVER PUPPIES For sale in kentucky Call me at 270-622-7056. You can see all the of the other dogs at my other website at smallpawslabradorretrieverkennel.com. I ve been breeding dogs for 35 years and that s a lot of years of experience. I also raised and showed Chinese Shar-pei for 15 of those years when the Shar-pei first came here in the states. All my dogs were foundation stock when AKC recognitize them. I ve been breeding …

English Labrador Retriever breed information

July 18, 2014 – 04:19 am
English Labrador Retriever breed information

Labrador retrievers are sturdy, solid dogs. They are almost square in appearance, with a strong body and sturdy legs. The maximum height for a male is 24 inches, which puts them in the medium-size dog category, but their sturdy build can make them seem much larger. Weights range from 85 pounds for a large male to 55 pounds for a smaller female. Field line bred dogs are often taller and somewhat thinner in build. Labrador retrievers are easily recognized …

English Labrador Retriever and cats

July 10, 2014 – 02:47 am
English Labrador Retriever and cats

English Labrador retrievers are devoted and adaptable companions that possess an amiable temperament. They are agile, lows to play and fetch things, and have soft mouths. They are also found of water and love to retrieve things from water. In addition to this, the English Labrador retriever is equipped with a keen sense of smell and is a very intelligent dog. Its willingness to please makes it easy to train and this is certainly not an aggressive …

English Labrador Retriever health issues

June 27, 2014 – 07:08 pm
English Labrador Retriever health issues

The most common health problems in Labrador Retrievers: Orthopedic problems are very common, with Labrador Retrievers suffering high rates of hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, and luxating patella. Between 1974 and 2005, the Orthopedic Foundation of America evaluated the hip X-rays of 176, Labs and found 12 dysplastic. Compare that to the Flat-Coated Retriever, who has a hip dysplasia rate of 4%. Similarly, the elbow X-rays of 33, Labrador Retrievers …

English Labrador Retriever growth chart

February 8, 2013 – 09:13 am
English Labrador Retriever growth chart

Labrador retrievers make wonderful pets. People with new puppies, however, can be surprised by how quickly—and how big—their dogs grow. Making sure your new family member is growing according to schedule is an important part of responsible dog ownership. First, are you sure that you have a Labrador retriever on your hands? Is it a full-blooded Lab or a mixed breed? Knowing what breed your dog is mixed with will help you determine how big he’s supposed …

English Labrador Retrievers Atlanta

October 6, 2013 – 11:52 am
English Labrador Retrievers Atlanta

Hello, my name is Dylan! I came to the Atlanta Humane Society with my brother, Sonny, because our family was moving out of the country and could no longer take care of us. I am a lovable boy, but I m very shy around new people and take a while to warm up to someone new. But I LOVE treats, and they re a nice way to gain my trust - I ll even do tricks for them! I know sit , lay down , and shake . My old owners said that once I do get to know you …