The Puppy Labrador, also known as the retriever. It is very suitable for dog breeds selected as guide dogs or subway police dogs and search and rescue dogs and other working dogs who often go to public places. It is named after the provinces of Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada. Join the three Siberian sled dogs and golden retriever dogs in three non-aggressive dogs. Labrador’s IQ ranks sixth in the world in dogs. Loyalty, atmosphere, honest, gentle, sunny, cheerful, lively, very high IQ, and very friendly to people. Labrador retrievers come in four colors: black, yellow, chocolate, beige. The most common are black and yellow. Labrador is the most registered breed in the American Kennel Club, and it is particularly friendly to children and slightly sticky to dog parents.

History of Labrador Retriever:

The Labrador retriever is not from the Labrador region as its name suggests, but from Newfoundland.

Due to heavy dog tax In Newfoundland, the Labrador gradually disappeared. According to the UK’s Restriction Act, this heavy dog tax actually stopped importing dogs to the UK. Since then, many Labrador retrievers have bred with other breeds, but fortunately the unique characteristics of Labrador retrievers dominate. Finally, the breeder hopes to stop this mutual mating and breeding, and developed a standard to prevent this dog from crossing with other breeds.

The Labrador Retriever as a separate breed was first recognized by the British Kennel Club in 1903. In the UK, no Labrador can be the champion of the show because it was not eligible to participate unless it has a work license which can clearly proves that it is qualified in this field. In the United States, the Labrador Retriever became the main trained dogs and retriever. In 1931, hunting and breeders established the Labrador Retriever Club, and at the same time showed their breeding dogs in the display competition and achieved obvious success.

General Appearance of Labrador Retriever:

With refreshing and clear lines on the top of head, the broad top makes the head look quite large. Ears hang moderately on both sides of the head, slightly behind. The eyes are medium in size, mostly brown, yellow or black, and the expression is very empathetic. The neck is of moderate length and not too prominent. The ribs expand well, and the shoulders are slightly longer and slightly inclined. The chest is thick and wide and deep. The front foot is straight from below the shoulder to the ground, and the toes are densely arched. The rear ankle is moderately bent, the length of the limbs is moderate, and it is balanced with all parts of the body.

The coat of the puppy Labrador dog is double-layered, and it is very magical. A layer of soft fluff allows them to maintain the temperature in the cold water—a thick outer coat with waterproof function. The coat of the Labrador should be short and dense. No curling. The coat color is mostly black, yellow and chocolate. The whole body is black, and some Labrador dogs have a small white hair on the chest. The yellow coat can range from reddish brown to light cream, and it is mixed in the ears and the underlying hair or the inner hair of the tail; Some Labrador doped with light and dark chocolate.

The puppy Labrador Retriever is very smart, alert, and understanding. The character is docile and stable, neither dull nor too active. They are friendly and loyal to people. Like to play, especially like playing games with others.

How to take good care of your little puppy Labrador:

The Puppy Labrador are raised similarly to other dog breeds. You can feed them some dog food or biscuits and then mix with water. Puppy Labrador are prone to gain weight, so they should be fed with appropriate amounts of meat and food. In addition, they should be allowed to exercise for 2 to 3 hours every day. Besides enough food and drinking water, they also need the care of the pet parents, so if you want to have a healthy and happy Labrador, you should spend enough time on playing and walking together and give it special care.

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