Heidi

by Cindy
(Canada )


Hi there i have a 4 month old black lab her owner couldn't take good care of her so she gave her to me she is very sweet loveing and know's NO/sit/down/stay/come we love her very much she love's playing with tucker my other lab here is a pic of her

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Lesley
by: Anonymous

She's a beauty,so shiny x

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My l;ab

by Abhishek
(West Bwngal)


Hello,

My lab is now 14 months old. i want to mate her.i have a male lab who is 5 ears old .is their mating possible ? which priecuation should take ? what type of diet will give her? her health is ok and it will be the first mating of her.

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answer
by: Anonymous

normally you breed a labrador bitch from the age of 2yrs so that there bones have fully developed prior to carrying a litter,if it is before 2yrs theres a chance that her bones may not develop properly, from 5 weeks pregnant she should be fed on puppy food as it is of more nutritional value, of which she requires during later stages of pregnancy, to ensure the pups have the best chance in life without joint problems a hip/elbow/eye score test is recommended.

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Mia and Tessa

by Chantel
(cape town)

Mia and Tessa

Mia and Tessa

Mia and Tessa
Mia loves other dogs
Tessa with her ear always like that
Mia

Hi in these photos are the two most best things that happen in my life!

Mia and Tessa my two labrador pups are now almost 4 months cant believe how fast they grow.

They also developed their personalities now cant believe how different they are!Mia loves humans and other dogs she is always friendly but has a mind of her own!

Tessa loves to bark and give out kisses and also food!We took them to the beach for the firs time and they loved it ran into the waves!

The only problem im scared of is cause they are two that they dont listen and play rough with each other is that normal?

When you touch one the other one wil try to come in between!They are so special they nmake me so happy!

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Tessa
by: Claudia

Im getting a lab puppy in a few months time and I've always planned on naming her "Tessa", I just thought it was a cool coincidence that my lab will have the same name as yours seeing as it isnt a very common name!

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love to adopt
by: Anonymous

very cute...hope i have it..

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OMZ! LAB PUPAH!
by: Anonymous

Coolio. Lab Puppy. Great. Normal. To. Answer. Your. Question. It. Is. Normal.

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food
by: Anonymous

I was told to put a large stone rock in with their food so it takes them longer for them to eat I have a choc lab and golden retriver Labs are the best dogs so lovin wouldnt be without one ...

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TWINS
by: ToucheTurtle

My twins are so jealous that if you pet one, the other comes to get a love.

They are not keeping the sib away from me, they are trying to get to me and move the sib away. They still do this after five years.

They love to wrastle with each other and play chase but are a bit reticent about getting quite so rambunctious with other dogs or having the other dogs get aggressive with them.

They have NEVER hurt each other.

Enjoy the play. I am so glad we got two!

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Any help please?
by: Anonymous

Thank you I love them so much, took them to the beach on monday and they ran for the water and loved it!

when i drove back they were lights out and sleeping al the way back home!I have a problem with them they are on very good vets food dry pellets but they dont chew and swallow it whole!

They also eat to fast and then al the food comes out, ive tried giving them food apart, ive tried putting the food higher but dont seem to work!Everytime they eat i have to rub there necks and stomachs so that they dont choke!

any help please?and sorry my english is very bad not my home language!They grow up so fast and cant tell you how much i love them!

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2 sweeties
by: Anonymous

soooooooooooo!!! cute

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Awww
by: Anonymous

They look like to great dogs and the rough and tumble i'm sure they will grow out of!! Enjoy ur beautiful labs!!

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Sisters?
by: Kezia

I ahd the same problem with my two labs, two sisters from the same litter. They got over it about 9 months, but we just try and fuss them equally- cheeky girls :)

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My wonderful Kia

by Laurie Allen
(Charles Town, WV)


Miss Kia is just a sweetheart, mischievous and rotten. LOL We need to work on some re-training now that we've adopted a 2nd dog. She's exhibiting all sorts of new irritating behaviors! But we love her!

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Gracie

by Wanda
(Newport,Mich)

Gracie 11wks

Gracie 11wks

We got our Gracie @ 8wks and she is now going on 4 months.

What a ball of energy. she can sit, stay, lay down,fetch and come. So very smart she is as all labs are.

I was reading up on Dudleys and I think we have one, not real sure but she has the most beautiful eyes.Very different.

I would appreciate any info you can give me.

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Dudleys
by: Brian Setty

We have one too and he's big and beautiful

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Dudley...
by: Brenda

My sons best friend got a lab puppy 10mos. ago.

They also found out from the owners a month ago that theres also is a Dudley. She's pretty and she has a pink nose and mouth.

She has alot of stomach problems very sensitive. They have to watch what they feed her for food and snacks.

Obviously they love her dearly but has gotten to be very expensive running to the vets all the time.

They would have appreciated the owners being upfront about it when they bought her. They were given a discount on her from the other pups as she was one of the last left, now they know why.

There is info on-line about them just look up Dudley labs

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TOO CUTE
by: JUDY

WHAT BEAUTIFUL EYES! I HAVE A GRACIE TOO. SHE IS CHOCOLATE AND SO SWEET.

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Dudley!
by: Anonymous

You definitely have a Dudley, and she is very pretty! You can tell from the light eyes with brown around them and the brown nose (other Yellows will have dark eyes and black or pinkish noses if they've faded)

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Hemi the Dozer

by Lindsey
(Idaho Falls, ID)

Hemi at about eight months old

Hemi at about eight months old

Hemi is such a polite lady... yeah right!

Hemi's nickname is Dozer because she just bulldozes into everything!

She is a sweet dog that just loves to play and play!

We recently adopted another dog to be a "friend" for her, and realized how much we love our Hemi girl (the adopted dog no longer lives with us)!

She is quite indpendent and doesn't listen when she's out exploring, but she's still obedient and kind. She tried and tried to get the new dog to play- sharing her toys and her bed with her (she actually put her toys on the other dog to share) and stalking her in the yard.

My husband hates dogs and it took a lot of begging to get Hemi.

My sister was the breeder so my husband saw the pups born and everything. (I actually think Hemi had him wrapped around her paw before we even took her home.)

She was not to ever come in the house, I had to feed her every day, he would never kiss me again if she ever licked my face, etc. He was not to have anything to do with MY dog. Well, she began sleeping in the house three months later, then sleeping in our room! And, when she was drooling beyong belief after a six mile run she slimed his shirt (sitting on the back of the 4-wheeler) and he said, "ah, a little slober- I can handle that." She follows him around all day, he burys his feet under her when he's cold. I was told that if she was bad dog we would never have another one.

I am so grateful we were blessed with Hemi (who he wanted to name Cummins or Powerstroke!)!

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Laura

by Laura
(Australia)


Billy

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Kimba

by Samuel & Monica
(San Salvador, El Salvador)


We have a 4 months old Lab who just started obedience training and later will join a club for special children and elder assistance.

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Kimba
by: Priscilla

Que belleza de perro!
Lo amo sin conocerlo!

(Website editor - forgive me if my Spanish is a little rusty but I believe the translation is:

That beauty of a dog! I love it without knowing it! )

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So Cute!
by: Anonymous

Wow you are so lucky.

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Bella

by Roger & Chelly
(Mesa)

Is that really Bacon?

Is that really Bacon?

Is that really Bacon?
Get the ball get the ball
Hi
Nap Time

A close friend of ours got her as a puppy, and loved her very much. However they found themselves unable to care for her any longer and were looking for someone that would love and care for her.

My wife and I have wanted a dog for a long time, but lived in a townhouse, with no yard. We recently moved into a home with a great yard, and had been kind of looking for just the right dog for us.

When we heard about Bella, we decided to go meet her, and figured we would just see "How it went" and decide later. The look in my wife's eyes when Bella ran up and sat down right in front of her told me emediately that we had a new family member.

That meeting was last night, and she came home with us after a twenty minute meeting and a pleading glance from my wife. Bella is the sweetest thing, and has absolutely made herself at home in our house and in our hearts.

She is only two, and although I was a K9 handler in the army years ago, this is the first time either of us has owned a large dog. We have a lot to learn, all three of us. But it promises to be a great adventure.

I am really glad to have found this website, I'm sure you all have a lot to teach us.

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bella
by: mary braasch

what a sweetie

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Update
by: Chelly

Well we now have had her almost 4 weeks... She is very good and goofy.. we have fun with her. Still working on the going for a walk thing and I am having a real tuff time trying to get her to go outside. She just doesn't want to. Before we got her apparently the people that had her kept her outside all the time. I am wondering if that is why we have such a hard time with it. Other than those two things she is just a sweetheart.
Oh I do have a question for you all, do they sleep a lot? Bella sleeps in her kennel during the day when she isn't being played with. Like she is bored lol

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Bella
by: Howard Luttrell

Good to read your story on here. I have a British Lab in my home and her story is on here too. I think it's titled "Ginger: my British Lab" or something like that.

Thanks for sharing your wonderful story. Gotta love our pets.

They so quickly become a great new family member!

Howard

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Lilly

Lilly when we first got her.

Lilly when we first got her.

Lilly when we first got her.
Lilly at 10 months in snow.

Lilly is our 10 month old black lab. My husband's coworker's yellow lab surprisingly got pregnant and had a bountiful litter of pups.

Lilly was not our original pick because the one we chose was given to another family. However, it was meant to be. She is the most delightful dog ever!

Others in our neighborhood enjoy her and even invite her into their house. She is very loving and affectionate with our children and they absolutely adore her. They are so excited to get home and give Lilla Bug a big cuddle.

We couldn't have been given a better dog!

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Sophie

by Ian Cochrane
(Adelaide South Australia Australia)

We got our beautiful girl 2 weeks ago and we couldnt be more happy.

Havent got a photo yet but will soon.Shes a Golden Lab and her name is SOPHIE.

My grandchildren love her.

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Photo please!
by: Anonymous

It would be really cool so see what Sophie looks like, please send a photo!!

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Sophie
by: Cindy

Wow I can't wait to see photo's of her.

I have a golden lab male he is 5 year's old and the best big guy ever.

I have three boy's of my own they are 9/6/8 wonderful little guy's I hope you have her for a long long time :)

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Darcy

by Craig Ellyard
(Hull, UK)

Darcy and Leonie having an after breakfast cuddle

Darcy and Leonie having an after breakfast cuddle

Darcy was our first Labrador and she came to us as we were voluntary puppy parents for the Canine Partners charity.

Darcy spent a wonderful year with us before leaving for her advanced training but she left us with so many happy memories. I’ve included below a couple of entires from the blog I wrote about Darcy and her time with us:

We all have routines and Darcy is no exception and her typical day is quite structured. It begins at around 6am.

Lynn (mum always gets up first!) lets Darcy out of her sleeping crate (or wire cage) and then out of the house. She (Darcy not Lynn) then runs down to the bottom of the garden to perform the necessary before going back into her crate for breakfast.

After breakfast Darcy settles down for a cuddle for all of two minutes before dragging out all her toys one by one and insisting Lynn plays whilst trying to drink her morning coffee (Lynn not Darcy).

A mad half-hour then ensues before Leonie gets up at 7am. After being jumped on by Darcy, who always greets everyone with a cuddle and slobbering kiss, Leonie tries to eat her own breakfast whilst Darcy insists on snuggling up to her on the sofa.

At 7.30 its time to wake Craig – and Darcy is far more effective than an alarm clock. Believe me, a loopy Labrador jumping and slobbering all over you really does wake you up.

8am and it’s time for Darcy’s first walk of the day as she escorts Leonie to catch her morning bus to college.

After returning home Darcy will again drag all her toys out whilst also trying to hitch a ride on the vacumn as Lynn tries to do the housework.

10am is the time for her second walk of the day with another long walk at 2pm. Sometimes Darcy and Craig will wander off at 5pm to meet Leonie's bus from college.

After her evening meal Darcy will have another play ( her favourite game is chase and fetch the toy) before a training session with Leonie. Leonie is soon to become a junior trainer with Canine Partners and she is doing a great job with Darcy.

After 9pm is Darcy’s quiet time – usually spent curled up asleep on the sofa whilst Craig and Lynn watch TV. Darcy sleeps in her crate and she usually goes to bed at around 11.30pm (unless there is a good late film on telly) when she curls up with her favourite soft toy and Craig on the sofa.

Time to introduce another member of the family. Pugsley is a chinchilla who is around 12 years old. Having spent all his life with Gadget and Scrumpy (our dog and cat who both passed away in 2006), Pugsley is well used to ‘giant’ four legged animals wandering around the house.

Pugsley lives in a converted dog crate, in fact with Darcy’s crate also being in the same room, our house is like a mini zoo.

And the chinchilla is an endless source of fascination for Darcy.

She likes nothing more than sniffing around Pugsley’s crate and chinchilla and puppy are often to be found rubbing noses through the wire of the crate. Pugsley also delights in throwing morsels of his food through the holes in the wire to Darcy who seems to have developed a taste for seeds and dried fruit.

But Pugsley and Darcy’s relationship recently reached new heights.

Now, Pugsley has always been an expert escape artist, and ‘security' has been steadily stepped up to the point where we thought that there was no way he could get out of his crate. But we reckoned without him receiving outside help from Agent Darcy.

Puppy and chinchilla had had their usual play but we hadn’t noticed that Darcy had chewed throught he plastic ties securing the wire around Pugsley’s crate.

When Lynn got up in the morning she found that a mini furry typhoon had swept through the living room. The chewed wallpaper, hole in the back of the sofa and knocked over lamps were the usual tell-tale signs that Pugsley was the loose.

The problem was - there was no sign whatsoever of Pugsley until Lynn, in exasperation, looked in Darcy's crate. And there, curled up in a corner snuggled up to a barnpot Labrador, was Pugsley - obviously shattered from playing chase with Darcy all night.

The two are best of friends but now we always keep an eye on Darcy when she is near Pugsley’s crate – we don’t want another jail break.

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