Labrador retriever


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Labrador retriever

a medium-sized, strongly built gun dog with broad head, drop ears, thick tapered tail, and short, very dense coat in black, yellow or chocolate. The medium length tail has a thick base and is covered in the thick coat, but not feathered; sometimes called an 'otter' tail. The breed is predisposed to inherited cataracts, progressive retinal atrophy, cystinuria, hemophilia A, osteochondrosis and hip dysplasia.
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The AKC today also announced its nationwide rankings which places Atlanta's favorite breed, the Labrador Retriever, at number one.
Now in its 100th year, the show also marks the centenary of Kennel Club recognition for Labrador Retrievers.
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Chase, a 1-year-old Labrador Retriever Mix, is looking for an exercise partner so he would absolutely love regular walks and tennis ball throwing.
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The longstanding favourite in the UK is the Labrador retriever, known for intelligence, ease of training and to be a great family dog.
Since 1997, the department has had a single Labrador retriever that is used for drug-sniffing operations.
If a dog lover wants to travel with their well-behaved dog, it should not matter if the dog is a Labrador Retriever or a Toy Poodle," said Tara Kain, Founder of DogFriendly.
The AKC today also announced its nationwide rankings which place San Francisco's favorite breed, the Labrador Retriever, at number one.