Intellectual load for Labrador
In addition to physical exertion, the dog must be loaded intellectually. Often, dog owners forget about this or do not know and therefore the whole walk is mainly carried out…

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What to feed the dog?
Proper nutrition is based on the following principles: adherence to feeding; Food volumes must be appropriate for the health of the dog, its age and stress. Diet For each age…

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Training and education
All Labrador Retrievers, without exception, need training. And it does not matter at all whether the dog will perform them at home, at an exhibition or on a hunt. To…

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Labrador dog – the perfect friend

The Labrador breed is by far the most sought after in the world. The secret of the fantastic and ever-increasing popularity of these dogs lies, above all, in their astounding charm, with which they fight each and every one from practically the first minutes of their acquaintance with them. Labrador was originally bred as a working breed, which is why many of them are currently used as rescue dogs and guide dogs. This breed was born on the east coast of Canada on the island of Newfoundland. Continue reading

The nature and behavior of dogs
Labrador life expectancy averages 10-14 years. It depends on the conditions of maintenance and compliance with the owner of the rules of pet care. Development features The development of a…

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Types of retrievers
Labrador retriever Labrador Retriever is a very active and mobile large dog of strong build. Labradors are very intelligent and easy to train. They love appraising items. Dogs of this…

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What does a Labrador breed look like?
Sometimes in private conversation breeders and owners call pets “stools”. There is a reason in these words, it is worth looking at the dog from the side and it becomes…

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Labrador retriever
The Labrador Retriever breed, or St. John’s Dog as it is called, was brought to the UK in the early thirties from the island of Newfoundland. Then these dogs were…

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