25 Sep

Unique Labrador Names

Sparky, Spike, Fluffy, Rover, and Rex are extremely overused dog names. Your Lab deserves a unique, fun name that will be special just for him. Try to match up a name with your puppy’s personality, coat color, or something cute that he likes to do. If you find him having a cute habit, maybe you can stir up a name…

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25 Sep

Labrador Photo Gallery 12 – Great Lab Pics

Please check back often as we add more pictures of Labrador retrievers.  Please help us build our photo gallery by sending us pictures of your Labrador. Cricket (2 mos. old from Birmingham, AL) enjoys the flowers as she relaxes outdoors. Biscuit is 10 weeks old and from Jakarta, Indonesia. What a cutie! Sir Charles (4yr old yellow lab) and Aislin…

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15 Sep

Lab Puppy Weight, Exercise and Other Issues

Exercise & Play Your Labrador puppy needs a great deal of exercise. The best way to contain the destructiveness in a Labrador puppy is to keep them active. If a Labrador’s needs for activity and exercise are not met they will become chewers, diggers, and wanderers if they are not contained. It is very important to spend a lot of…

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28 Aug

Labrador Photo Gallery 19 – Great Lab Pics

Please check back often as we add more pictures of Labrador retrievers.  Please help us build our photo gallery by sending us pictures of your Labrador. Max (7 yrs old from Pratt, KS) loves the military. Every time he sees his human’s uniform he barks with excitement!  Max is our June 2010 Lab of the Month! Max in a shemagh.…

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22 Aug

Labrador Information

The labrador retriever – an amazingly popular and fun loving animal! General Info About Labradors, labrador advice, labrador tips, and fun ways to enjoy and be more successful with your Labrador. 4 Famous Labradors 5 Myths About Labradors Are You a Labrador Person? Behavior Best Things About Labs Characteristics Coat Coat Colors Size Weight Life Span Clinton’s Labrador Tragedy Clothing…

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20 Aug

How Big Do Labs Get

Labrador Retrievers typically grow up to 24 inches. Male Labradors are bigger than female Labradors. Generally, a non-overweight female Labrador will be between 21.5-23.5 inches and weigh between 55-70 pounds. A full-grown, non-overweight male Labrador will be 22.5-24 inches and weigh between 65-80 pounds. But diet can greatly impact how big a Lab can get. Many people love their labs…

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