Labrador Puppies - Tacoma Lakewood Spanaway

December 29, 2013 – 11:19 am

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Gallery of our Puppy Labrador Retrievers - Tacoma Lakewood Spanaway

We love our dogs and we're happy to see them in loving homes.

It's nice to reflect on them and remember their antics. Here are some of our favorite photographs.

If you have a puppy picture of a Circle B Lab puppy you would like to share with others, please, email it to us. We would be proud to place your puppy on our Puppy Gallery Page. Or visit our Facebook Page and submit your puppy's photo and story!

Enjoy!

If you would like to see your puppy here in the Puppy Gallery, please, send it via email with the form below:

Labrador Retrievers

Give Circle B Ranch a call today at (253)-307-4677 if you have any questions about Labrador Retrievers in general, or our puppies in particular. We would love to hear from you.

Here are some Labrador Retriever basics:

  • The Labrador Retriever was developed in England in the mid 1800s.
  • Labrador Retrievers are sporting dogs.
  • Besides hunting, Labs work as assistance dogs for people with disabilities, as search and rescue dogs.
  • Labs need to be brushed on a regular basis (about once a week) to keep them clean.
  • A Labrador with correct temperament is never hyperactive.
  • Since 1991, they have been the top registered dog with the AKC.
  • Most Labradors, show and field bred, make great hunters.
  • Although very protective, Labradors are generally not reliable guard dogs.
  • Labradors tend to be good with children.
  • Labradors love to swim. In general, they take to swimming quite naturally.
  • Labradors used to come in three colors: black, chocolate, and yellow, but now breeders have introduced silver labs.
  • Aside from the color itself, there are no differences in the dogs.
  • Two sets of genes, not one, control a Lab's coloration.
  • Bored Labradors may bark, but excessive barking is not generally typical.
  • Labs love to be with people.
  • Labs are energetic and enjoy being active, playing games, and participating in activities as simple as fetch.
  • Both sexes make good pets.
  • Labs are not shy or nervous dogs, which means they are usually not afraid of things.
  • Labs love to put things in their mouths!
  • These dogs are very independent, which means that sometimes Labs want to do things their own way.
  • Training should start early.
Labrador puppies in happy homes!.

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There is no such thing as a Silver Lab.

Non-variants
Terms such as "golden", "silver", "blue", "white" or "grey" as variants are not recognised. The term "Golden Labrador" has been used both as an incorrect term for yellow labradors of a golden shade,[26] and also for any Labrador-Golden Retriever crossbreed of any colour, including black.[27] White is a light shade of yellow (officially referred to as 'light cream' or 'pale yellow' in the standard),[10][28][29] and silver is either not recognised or registered as chocolate (though regarded as a major fault and not up to confirmation).[20][10] Claims that some "rare" variants exist or have been verified by DNA testing, or the like, are widely considered to be a 'scam'.[10][30]

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