“Hey Lab! Come here! ”, The English dog lovers called their pets to themselves more than 100 years ago. The Labrador dog was brought from Canada to Britain in the 19th century, where it was officially registered. At first it was called the dog of St. Johns – after the capital of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, in which it was found. But later it became clear that Labrador or abbreviated Lab is more convenient to pronounce. So there was this big, smartest dog with the same name. Continue reading
The history of labradors comes from the beginning of the 19th century. At this time on the island of Newfoundland, there was a so-called “small Newfoundland”, which was a loyal assistant to fishermen. The Englishman Peter Hawker introduced several such individuals to the UK, whom he called “St. John’s Breed of Newfoundland. From the crossing of these dogs with a curly-haired retriever and, possibly, a foxhound and a setter, a Labrador appeared. Continue reading
This breed certainly falls in the top three when it comes to choosing a pet!
The Labrador Retriever is a medium sized, strong, athletic and well balanced dog. They are friendly. There are two types of Labs: American, which is tall and lanky, and English, which is thicker and heavier. This sports breed has extensive experience in hunting and retrieving. Labradors are revered as companions. Continue reading
Labrador Retriever – this versatile breed is different not only in hunting, but also as a guide for the blind, a service dog that reveals anything from drugs to gas leaks, as an assistant for people with disabilities – and one of the most popular pets. However, these successes do not come by the wave of a magic wand: they depend on the quality of the manufacturers and the skill of the instructor. Decent breeders are aimed at getting puppies with a good temperament and good physical condition, but even the most elite Labradors can be real hooligans if left to their own devices. Continue reading