Labrador is simply the fatal attraction dog. They are great pets, hunting dogs, very intelligent, and obedient. If you choose a Labrador, you will have a great dog that will realize its potential, even exceeding expectations. Labradors are calm and extremely friendly to everyone in the household. They are easy to train and are very intelligent and great for those who need companionship. Labradors are also loyal to their owners, they are cute and great with kids of all ages. They like to hug with lots of kisses, but they are also great keepers who will let you know when a stranger is around.
Labradors simply adore being in and near the water. If you have any type of water on or near your property, your Labrador will be in it and it tends to be either wet or mud pretty – which can be frustrating. If you don’t have any water nearby, count on that, Lab will find water (fountain, something) and have a nice swim, when you take it for a walk. Believe me, I know from experience.🙄🤣
What about Labardor’s hair lost?
Labradors will miss their hair most in the spring – no matter how much you brush them daily. But it is a consequence of the love of pets. And the owners don’t mind that much.
I highly recommend a glove that has three functions. It collects hair, massages your pet and can be used for bathing. Of all the products of this kind, for me this glove turned out to be the best. If you are a person who is always on the move or never home, you should not get a Labrador. Labradors require attention and admiration and are usually very sad if you leave them at home for an extended period of time. Labradors need attention and desire to be around you all the time. If you, on the other hand, spend a lot of time at home or have children, the lab will be the perfect addition to your family.
Labradors are a great breed and can provide the companion you were looking for. They will always be ready to participate in all activities with you, such as camping, hiking, swimming, walking, etc. Labs love the outdoors and simply love going out and doing things with you and your family. If you include your lab in family activities – you will have a lifelong friend who will grow on you quickly.
A large number of people prefer to take a puppy and raise it alone. That way, the puppy will grow up with the skills they taught him. This is a great idea and very useful, although you have to prepare yourself, it can take a little time and can be very frustrating at times. But this frustration lasts very short, as Labradors learn very quickly. Otherwise, don’t forget the old adage ‘What an owner, such a dog’. It’s very true. Your dog will be your mirror image.🙂
People who do not have much time to spare or tend to be easily frustrated should not get a puppy. Instead, it’s a better idea to look at an older lab that has already undergone training.