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Labradors.com Lab in a Tub

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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Fat Labs are not funny. I cringe whenever a prior client sends me a photo of a pup they acquired from me and brags that “he is so spoiled…he gets to lay on the couch all day and eat my home-made dog biscuits.” My first thought is, “Ok, this...

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Labradors.com - Memory Foam Sofa

Does your Labrador Retriever act like a natural queen??? Great! This Memory Foam Cozy Sofa is fit for royalty… or a Lab that deserves nothing short of a cozy night’s rest. This doggy sofa is built with orthopedic memory foam that bends and molds to your pet’s every move,...

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Labradors.com Embroidered Hat

For those days when keeping the sun out of your eye is very necessary – you have this cool, Labrador embroidered hat. The visor curves down to frame your face, and shelters your eyes against the sun and rain. Also, the adjustable velcro strap in the back allows for...

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Labradors.com - Health Insurance

Having bred Labs for almost 30 years, I have seen just about every type of health care cost. I’ve experienced the pain and the budget crunch when a Lab swallows a stick. Only mine decided to swallow a locust post stick with barbed wire fencing embedded in it—yeah—that was...

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Labrador In Pool

Miami has got to be the only place in America that is consistently sunny and warm right now. So if you’re headed over there for a Spring Break, take advantage of your Labradors.net membership and book a pet-friendly hotel with your pooch. The top 2 hotels with 5-star customer...

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Labradors.com Crazy Lab

Although I’ve never owned a hyperactive lab, I have met too many in my lifetime—and enough that it impressed on me, at a young age, how much genetics and socialization can make a HUGE difference. And in 1988 I discovered the difference between American Field Labs and English labs,...

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If your Lab’s feet are not hitting the ground correctly, it affects his ability to walk and stand. I found this out early on when I began showing my Labradors—the first thing my handler did when my dog arrived was trim his nails. They know how much it affects...

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Many common household items can pose a threat to animal companions. Even some items specifically meant for pets could cause health problems. To protect your pet, simply use common sense and take the same precautions you would with a child. Although rodent poisons and insecticides are the most common...

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We would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to the history of the Labrador Retriever.  So many people ask us, “what’s the difference between the “English” and the “American” (field) labs? There is such a big difference that the AKC has, at times, considered splitting the breed....

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