Buy a Labrador Retriever

How to Buy a Labrador Retriever In India

History of Labrador

The Labrador retriever (also Miniature Labrador or Lab), one of several types of retriever, is a type of hunting dog. The Labrador is widely regarded as the most popular breed of dog in the world (by registered property), and is still considered the most popular breed by record in the United States (since 1991), the United Kingdom, and many other countries. . It is also the most popular assistance dog breed in the United States, Australia, and many other countries, as well as being widely used by law enforcement and other official bodies for its ability to identify and work. They are exceptionally sociable, gentle, intelligent, energetic and good-natured, making them excellent companions and working dogs. Although they are somewhat boisterous when not trained, Labrador retrievers respond well to praise and positive attention, and are quite "food and fun" oriented. Along with training, the Lab is one of the most reliable, obedient and versatile breeds in the world.
Labradors are extremely popular in the UK and Australia. Queen Elizabeth keeps and raises Labradors under the prefix Sandringham as her father, King George VI. In fact, The Queen is the sponsor of the Labrador Retriever Club in the UK
The Labrador retriever remains the most popular dog in New Zealand. It is both a great family pet and a working dog that is often used for the hunting for which it was bred.

Differents Colour of Labrador

Mostly Labrador are available on these colour Black, Chocolate, Yellow

Vaccination Schedule

6 to 7 weeks of age First combination vaccine. For Distemper Hepatitis & Parvovirus
7 to 8 weeks of age Coronavirus
9 weeks of age second combination vaccine.
9 weeks of age Booster of coronavirus
16 weeks of age last combination vaccine.
12 to 16 weeks of age Rabies vaccine.
Deworming is required every Fifteen days from 21 days to 3 months, and every month.
From 3 to 6 month once in every three month throughout the life.

Height And Weight Of Labrador

Most Labrador are 57 to 67 cm tall and weigh between 65 and 80 pounds(29 – 36 kg).

Owner Experience

1. Learn the importance of establishing a regular schedule for eating and bathroom breaks. They learn this and it makes them feel secure knowing what to expect.
2. How to communicate with your dog in a humane way that he understands. Remember your puppy does not understand the human laungue’s and it must first try and understand what it is you want him to do.
3. Training sessions should not be longer than ten minutes at a time and repeated three to four times a day.
4. Take your puppy to see different places, meet different people and dogs. Socializing is really important as it will learn your pup not to be afraid or shy of things when he grows up.
5. Another tip that will facilitate easier puppy training is to give the dog toys that are similar to household items he or she likes to chew. If the puppy is keen on shoes, purchasing a rubber toy similar to a shoe sole might be helpful.

Grooming Of Labrador

Did you know that Labs do not need to be bathed frequently? In general, Labrador coats are low-maintenance! The reason for this is that if you wash your Lab to much it will take away the natural oils it produces that gives them that water resistant coat.
I would rather suggest that you brush your lab on a regular basis (about once a week) to keep them clean. A “slicker” type brush, which you can buy at any pet store, works nicely.

Health And Hygiene

Dental care

Hip and elbow dysphasia can be a problem, so be sure to look for breeders that certify their dogs through OFA or Wind-Morgan. Progressive Retinal Atrophy and Retinal Dysphasia are both problems in this breed, so dogs being bred must be examined yearly by a veterinary ophthalmologist. Labradors are prone to mild skin allergies in some regions of the US, notably Southern California. Ear infections are always a potential problem with hanging ears. You can minimize the potential for health problems by choosing the breeder of your puppy carefully.

lifespan of a Labrador

The average lifespan of a Labrador is usually between 10 and 12 years.

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