Breed description, proper nutrition, possible diseases and care
The Labrador Retriever was bred to be the owner of a friendly companion and a useful working dog at the same time. He began his career as an assistant fisherman:…

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Curly Coated Retriever
Curly is a strong and independent dog, smart, friendly-minded, self-confident. Sometimes black and brown colors, wool curled. Unlike other retrievers, curly-haired - less contact, can create the impression of isolation.…

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Training and education
The educational process at home begins immediately after the appearance of the pet. Well, if an experienced dog handler is involved in labrador classes. Age 4-6 months - the best…

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great passion for water

The history of the breed.

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

Labrador: a variety of breeds.
1800-1810. in England bring the first dogs from St. John's, 1814: For the first time, the Labrador Retriever is officially mentioned in the book “Instruction for Young Athletes”. 1823: Artist…

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Breed history
Researchers failed to establish the stages of origin of this species for certain. But there are several theories on this. Their ancestors are the Nfoundland dogs that lived on the…

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Natural Labrador Feeding
In feeding a dog, there are usually 2 alternative methods: dry food and natural food. A certain group of dog owners is categorically against dry food, mistakenly believing that it…

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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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