Archive for category: COAT

Why does my Lab hate Baths?

I know it seems absurd that a Labrador Retriever—bred to swim with that otter tail and water-repelling coat—may enjoy the water immensely, yet when its bath time, puts on the brakes as you walk them to the bathtub or hose. When I realized my Lab despised bath time, I...

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Hands down! This Massaging Pet Palm Brush is the optimal way to gently loosen and remove dead hair from your Lab’s fur coat (especially if he’s a little anxious around advanced tools.) The small, wooden ball attached to the brush provides a soothing sensation on your Lab’s body, while...

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After extensive testing with many different combinations of ingredients, scientists and veterinarians formulated NuVet Plus™. This unique formula consists of precise amounts of vitamins, minerals and high-potency antioxidants that when combined, create a synergistic and powerful boost to the immune system. “I have used and recommended NuVet Plus™ and...

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The BARF (Biologically Appropriate Raw Food) World “multi-mix patties” are convenient and are shipped right to your door. This is what we recommend MOST for our dogs and puppies. (They look like large hamburgers) Feed about HALF of the amount on the bag (that would be for a very...

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What is a “Dudley” Labrador? (What’s up with the PINK NOSE?) Over the years I have asked many times what a “Dudley” means. I’ve been sent pictures of dogs from owners wanting to know if their dog would meet this description. Let me say, first of all, that just...

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Many of you are transferring your dog or cat to Life’s Abundance food.  Dr. Jane Bicks (veterinarian formulator of this food) has sent out this message to help make a seamless transition: Because your pet eats basically the same diet every day, their digestive system becomes accustomed to that...

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DOES YOUR PET SHAMPOO CONTAIN THESE CHEMICALS • D-trans Allethrin – from a class of synthetic chemicals called pyrethroids, derived from natural chemicals found in chrysanthemums. Synthetic varieties are significantly more potent and persistent than naturally-occurring products, and can cause allergic responses. Also a suspected endocrine system disruptor. Veterinarians...

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Hereditary Nasal Parakeratosis (HNPK) For: Labrador Retrievers; Lab/Golden Crosses; Labradoodles & Labradoodle, Australians If you’ve never seen this condition before, it is quite startling. I never saw it until a dog I bought from a breeder friend (outside my breeding lines) started showing signs. His nose was constantly crusty...

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I was just doing a simple Google search one day, as I usually do, researching pet foods, as I’ve done for the past 20 years having been obsessed with learning about what pet foods are best for our dogs. I read hundreds of books and articles on this subject...

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I have a confession to make. I am a reformed member of the “Poop Police.” I use to worry about my dog’s poops. What if they were too hard? Were they too runny or soft?  And I absolutely hated scooping stinky, smelly kibble poops.          ...

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