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Did you know that 3 out of 10 Americans have some type of allergy or allergic reaction to dogs?  You read that right: America’s favorite pet makes up for 30% of people’s allergies. Even so, this hasn’t stopped them from choosing Labs over other breeds. Fortunately, dog lovers who experience allergic reactions can take steps to minimize their allergies around dogs by choosing certain “hypoallergenic” breeds. In this article, you’ll

Are Labs Good Guard Dogs?

Did you know that burglary rates nationwide have reached 340.5 per 100,000 people? This means every 30 seconds, there’s a burglary occurring somewhere around the country and your home could be at risk next. Although overall property crime rates have decreased in recent years, homeowners are increasingly turning to diverse security methods to protect their families. And one of the most classic strategies people rely on is to use family

How to Reduce Shedding in Labs

If you’re the proud owner of a Labrador Retriever, then congratulations: You now know what it’s like to find dog hair everywhere.  Because of their double-layered coats, labs shed the most during two seasons, which are when the weather changes the most drastically, like spring and fall. However, labs also shed a lot during the months in between—which means that when it comes to your lab’s fur, you might feel

Can Dogs Eat Pecans?

Pecans are a nutritious, delicious snack that many people enjoy. In fact, some people even grow hickory trees in their yard so they can have fresh pecans throughout the year. However, while people enjoy pecans in their foods, it’s best to avoid giving them to dogs altogether. This is because pecans contain unique toxins and can cause dangerous side effects when consumed at high rates. Nearly all reported animal cases

How Long Do Labs Live?

When you first welcome your new labrador retriever puppy home, the last thing that may be on your mind is life expectancy. After all, your dog is still a wee pup! But if you don’t consider the average lifespan of a labrador, then you can’t do everything in your power to make sure that your best friend and newest family member has a rewarding quality of life — and a

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