Nine times out of ten a Craig’s List ad advertising a pure-bred dog free to a good home will send a shiver down your back after reading the ad. This one however did nothing but tickle the funny bone. Click on the image below and read through this ad. I promise it will make your day.
Pure-bred Free to Good Home
Imagine being given the ultimatum of having to part with your best friend you raised since birth or some dude that are a dime a dozen. Good for this lady to make the right call and entertain is us with her rescue and adoption ad. I can only guess there were no takers.
This awesome labrador retriever photo was recently posted at the Lab Chat Board with the tag line, “Can’t you hear the snores?”. Any of use that own a labrador retriever or a dog for that matter can relate to this. The link to post is just below the photo. Join us and see more great photos and share your own.
Books in Barron’s Training Your Dog series offer breed-specific advice on virtually every aspect of canine training, including housebreaking, obedience to basic verbal commands and hand signals, retrieving, and walking on a leash. Also covered are humane methods of breaking a dog’s bad habits. The typical Labrador Retriever is good-natured by temperament and willing to please his master–qualities that make him relatively easy to train. In this book, the author takes Lab owners step-by-step through her time-proven training method, which emphasizes positive reinforcement. Instructive color photos on most pages.
Threats pour into Coeur d’Alene for officer who fatally shot lab
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Here’s an unlikely combination. Amani, a black Labrador retriever and Winspear, a cheetah are best friends. They celebrated their first birthday party together recently at the Dallas Zoo. The zoo threw them a bash complete with a big pop-cycle made of milk and broth and a couple of water troughs for good measure.
Some of you may not be aware but dog breeds like labrador retriever puppies and dogs can develop what is called canine acne. Canine acne usually breaks out on their chin, lips, and muzzle. It can also be associated with scabs and blackheads on their lips, chin and muzzle. While not usually harmful canine acne can become infected which like any other infection can lead to a whole host of other problems.
Canine acne can sometimes be confused with or mistake for food allergies. Some people report having good results with switching to a grain free dog food for example.
A few people on the chat forums have remarked that they changed their labrador retrievers bowls from plastic to steel or ceramic. Their dogs were allergic to the plastic. If you search the net you will also find dog owners who’s dogs have had problems with plastic toys that contain a chemical called BPA. Try finding dog toys without this chemical. Many dog toy makers have made the move to omit this from their toys.
Like everything else when your dogs health is concerned I will give the same advice. Go to a Veterinarian to be sure of what is wrong with your dog and to make sure you have a proper diagnosis.
The best part for me of the Labrador Retriever Chat Board are the dog photos and dog pictures that members share of their pets and labrador retrievers. Today I grabbed a few of the photos that were posted this week for the labrador retriever photos of the week post.
In the future I hope to post a weekly theme of photos or similar photos to share with the blog readers. If you get a chance stop by the chat forums and share your photos or read up on labrador retrievers.
Check out this awesome compilation of video of labrador retrievers being just awesome. This dog video should bring a smile to your face if you are a fan of the labrador retriever dog. My lab used to drag the plastic swimming pool around the yard but not quite like that. Which part did you like the best? The lab in the rain barrel or with the three tennis balls in his mouth was mine.
You have a picture in your head. A picture of yourself with your practically perfect dog. You’ve always preferred big dogs, and your ideal dog is sturdy, strong, and energetic. At the same time, you envision a dog who is gentle and completely in tune to your needs, your whims, and your every move. That perfect dog is likely a Labrador Retriever. After all, the Labrador Retriever is the most popular dog in the United States, according to American Kennel Club registrations. Labs are beautiful, friendly, adaptable, easygoing, brave, loyal, dependable, and intelligent. What could be better?
Labrador Retrievers For Dummies is a useful guide to have if you’re thinking of getting a Lab or even if you already own one. Perhaps you’re just curious about this popular breed. This handy reference is for you if you want to
Find out if a Lab suits your lifestyle
Know what to look for in Lab pups
Determine if a breeder meets high standards
Understand health and nutrition needs
Handle emergencies with a cool head
Train your dog with the lure-and-reward technique
Show off your Lab in competitions
You can live a fulfilling life with your Lab by making sure she is socialized, healthy, and well trained. What better task for humans and dogs than to be great companions for each other? However, you may need some help in knowing how to get the most out of your relationship with your Lab. This friendly guide offers that help with the following topics and more:
Exercising your pup and older Lab
Choosing the right veterinarian
Keeping your Lab beautiful with good grooming
Helping your dog deal with divorce, a new baby, moving
Managing barking and whining
Housetraining your new puppy
Traveling to dog-friendly vacation destinations
Choosing a pet sitter or boarding kennel
Volunteering your lab as a therapy dog
Labrador Retrievers are big, energetic, and sometimes boisterous (especially as puppies), and they don’t take care of themselves. They need you. Don’t let them need you unless you’re ready to be needed.
Are you looking for good quality dog toys that won’t rip two minutes after you get them? Well I am not going to guarantee 100% that your dog won’t tear one of these Tuffies but we have had the best luck in our house hold with them. They have lasted longer than any other stuffed dog toy that we have purchased over the years. That’s with two chocolate labs going at them.
They come in different animal types and have different names for you to remember them by. They float so you can use them in the water. Each Tuffie toy is made with 4 layers. 2 layers are made of industrial grade luggage material, 1 layer of plastic coating, and the other layer is made of soft fleece on the outside. All of these layers are sewn together to make one super strong layer of material. Each toy is sewn together with 2 layers of cross stitching and then 2 layers of linear stitching. After the toy is sewn together an additional piece of black trim is added to cover the four rows of stitching. This extra piece of black trim is sewn with 3 linear stitches to give the product a total of 7 seams. These toys are machine washable (air dry) and float.