Brief introduction to Labrador retrievers
The labrador, also known as the retriever, is a medium to large breed of dog. It is perfect for use as a guide dog or subway police dog, search and rescue dog and other working dogs in public places. It takes its name from its origin in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Along with Siberian huskies and golden retrievers, the top three non-aggressive dogs. Labradors are the sixth most intelligent dogs in the world.
Characteristics of morphology
The Labrador has a clean, well-defined head and a wide top that makes it look big. His eyes are of moderate size and mostly brown, yellow, or black in color. The neck is of moderate length and not too prominent. The ribs are well extended, and the shoulders are long and slightly sloping. The chest is thick, and of good width and depth. The front feet are straight from the shoulders down to the ground, and the toes are firmly arched. The hind ankles are moderately bent, the length of the limbs is moderate, and the body parts are balanced.
The ears are moderately pendulous at the sides of the head, slightly receding. His eyes are of moderate size, mostly brown, yellow or black in color, and he is very understanding. The neck is of moderate length and not too prominent. The ribs are well extended and the shoulders are long and slightly slanted. Chest thick, good width and depth. The front feet are straight from the shoulders down to the ground, and the toes are firmly arched. The back ankle is moderately bent, the length of the limbs is moderate, and the body parts are balanced.
Labrador retrievers are intelligent, alert, and understanding. Gentle and fluid, neither sluggish nor hyperactive. Be kind and loyal to people and enjoy playing with others.
Labradors are lively and docile, and though not as intelligent as golden retrievers, they are still intelligent. They can be trained very well, which is the most outstanding characteristic of a Labrador. They are not aggressive towards other dogs and are friendly with children. They are also loyal to their owners and obedient to commands, making them among the most popular and trusted family dogs.
Method of raising
Labradors are raised in much the same way as other breeds, but they should be fed a small amount of dog food or biscuits and water. Labradors are a breed that tends to put on weight, so feed them a moderate amount of meat and make sure the Labrador gets 2-3 hours of exercise a day. In addition to adequate food and water, they require more care and attention from their owners. So if you like a healthy, happy dog, you should take the time to be there for it and give it special attention.