If you don’t plan on breeding your dog to better its dog breed line, then it is always best to spay or neuter your pet when the time is right. The problem many people are finding today is that such animal procedures are becoming more and more costly as noted by the comment to a […]
Question: My 3 month old lab woke up this morning not doing good. There was vomit in her area and stool with blood. Took her to the vet the gave her two shots and gave her some antibiotics to start on tonight and vomit pills if it continues. Been back home for about 3 hours […]
Many Labrador Retriever dog owners have heard about the benefits of raised dog bowls or “feeding stations” but dog owners believe they are only necessary for large dog breeds. The reality is that eating and drinking from bowls placed at a proper elevation will assist any size dog with digestion.
It seems that there are many new Labrador Retriever owners that are confused about what denotes a purebred Lab. Some believe that any mismarks, brindling or mosaic coloration demonstrates a mixed Lab breed or a non-reputable dog breeder. This, however, is not entirely true. My own purebred chocolate Labrador Retrievers are from a long line […]
In a normal week, the Lab Brats receive at least a handful of emails specifically asking how much Labrador Retriever owners should feed their dogs daily. I remember that when I was a newbie to the Lab dog breed, there was a lot of confusion in our house because 1) Labs will keep eating until […]