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So this is a thing now. A yellow labrador retriever riding a horse. They both look pretty happy. I can barely get my labrador retriever to sit and stat let alone master equestrian tasks.
This is my dog Georgia who came downstairs to sit with me and had yogurt on her nose. Why she didn’t lick it off is beyond me but it did afford an opp for a great labrador retriever photo.
The Labrador Retriever Chat Board has an amazing collection of labrador retriever photos of dogs and puppies.
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About Dog Breeds: Labrador Retriever
Labrador Retrievers are one of the most popular dog breeds in the United States. There are two types of Labrador Retrievers—English and American. The English bred Labradors are usually heavier, thicker, and stockier than the American bred Labradors.
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Labrador Retriever Training Tips
The Labrador retriever training tips covered in the following article will help you learn some rudimentary dog obedience instructions that will help you control your lab puppy. One of the best family dogs are Labrador retrievers. Once upon a time, they …
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If you like labrador retriever photos then join us a the labrador retriever chat board and forums. We have lots of puppy photos too. Stop by our community and share your dog photos and stories.
Does your dog have any non-dog friends? It’s always cute to see a dog and cat getting on together as friends. Building off the elephant post below we thought we would share a few random dog and buddy photos.
Choosing a veterinarian for your dog or pet is an important choice for you to make. You want to choose somebody that is right for you and your dog. You want to choose a veterinarian that you feel comfortable with and that you feel is making the right decisions when it comes to your dog or pet. Here are a few tips to help you make the right choice when choosing a veterinarian for your dog.
The Facilities – You will want to take a tour of the facilities and ensure that they are clean and sanitary. You will want to make sure that they are modern and that their equipment is up to date and modern so they can handle any emergency or problem you may have. If the vet hospital looks dirty, dated and mismanaged then you might wan to look elsewhere.
Experienced Staff – When we settled on our vet we did so because she was familiar with labrador retrievers and knowledgeable about the breed specifically. She was aware of their health risks and nutritional needs. These are things you want to look for.
Compassion and Caring – This is something you can pick up on right away. Bedside manner is important and you need somebody that understands just how important your dog or pet is to you and your family. If a vet seems uninterested in your dog in general you might want to rethink things.
Word of Mouth – Ask around. Get recommendations from other dog owners. I would always be careful of reading review sights but instead of actual people I know that had experience with your prospective vet choice.
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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 us 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
COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho— An officer fatally shooting a black lab has resulted in the Coeur d’Alene Police Department receiving threatening calls and emails. On Thursday, authorities said they would not release the name of the officer who claimed he shot …
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