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Benefits of Buying a Trained Dog

“We need to learn to understand the language of dogs so that we can understand what our dogs are telling us, that is the secret of living a good life together.” Famed Norwegian dog trainer, Turid Rugaas, had the right idea when she said this. Coming to terms with understanding precisely what it is our dogs need is a challenge—but all humans who love dogs know that it’s one that’s

Ah, summer, the perfect time to get outside with your Labrador and go for long walks and brisk runs. Depending on where you live in the United States, there’s a point in the season where pleasant breezes turn into humid days and these extreme temperatures could endanger your Labrador Retriever. In 2020 alone, PETA found that 31 pets died after being left by their owners in a car on a

Owning a new lab puppy is an exciting time in your life, but it’s certainly a handful! From potty training to behavioral training, a new dog owner has a ton of responsibilities—sometimes more than they can keep up with. You’ve heard that crating your lab puppy is a popular and powerful way to train them, but you don’t love the idea of locking up your new best friend in a

Let’s talk about exercise for Labradors.  Just like us, Labradors need plenty of exercise on a daily basis. Whether you have a young or old dog, they all need to get the blood flowing to stay healthy and live long happy doggie lives. Regular exercise with your Labrador is very beneficial for you both. Exercise stimulates neuron growth in the brain, encourages the production of endorphins (with a known mood-boosting

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



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