How good is Labrador?
Labradors are easy to receive training. After the owner’s training, they will become very independent, sleeping, urinating, and eating will be in a fixed place, which will not add trouble to the owner. In addition, Labrador Retrievers are very patient with children and very friendly to the elderly. The owner does not have to worry about problems such as inability to get along with their families.
Labradors are not picky about life, they are not picky and anorexia, and they will readily accept the food the owner gives. They love their family members, but are wary of strangers. From the perspective of Labrador’s character and attitude towards life, it is definitely a very easy pet dog to keep.
But, on the contrary, Labrador is a dog after all. It is inevitable that there will be mistakes of this kind in life and training. Labrador is like a small child who cannot avoid making mistakes, being coquettish and self-willed, and getting sick and getting angry. It needs the care and care of the owner; it needs the owner to treat them patiently; it needs the owner to be tolerant and understand them.
For example, although the Labrador is strong, it is still susceptible to disease and pain; another example is the Labrador is a dog that is easy to shed hair, so the owner needs to spend time and energy to take care of their hair. Clean environment and sanitation. If the owner lacks the most basic patience and understanding, a Labrador with a good personality is not easy to raise.
Labrador breed history
Labrador is a kind of pet dog with a strong body structure and larger body. They originated from the west coast and southeast coast of Newfoundland in southeastern Canada before 1800, and gradually became known in the early nineteenth century. The Labrador is related to the larger Newfoundland dog with long black hair. In the early days, Labrador was also known as the small Newfoundland dog, St. John’s Water Spaniel, and Black Water Spaniel.
In the life of Newfoundland, Labrador was trained to take back fishing nets and carry them out in the cold sea. Perhaps because of this, Labradors are now master swimmers and love swimming very much. Of course, because Labrador is a double layer of short hair, the inner layer has a dense layer of fluff, so they can work for a long time in cold water.
Until the 19th century, the Labrador retriever brought by the fisherman’s gate in Newfoundland was used as a commodity. This breed soon entered the United Kingdom as a shotgun dog, and the Earl of Munsbury named this dog the Labrador Retriever. In 1903, the Labrador Retriever was recognized as a separate dog breed by the British Kennel Club. In 1917, a female Labrador imported from Scotland was registered by the American Kennel Club. In 1931, the Labrador Retriever Club was established. At the same time, hunters and breeders showed their dogs in exhibition competitions and achieved significant success.
What are the advantages and disadvantages of Labrador
First of all, people must know that Labrador, Golden Retriever and Husky are collectively referred to as the three major non-aggressive dog breeds. Labrador is cheerful, enthusiastic, and very docile and friendly to the elderly and children. Moreover, Labrador has a high IQ and strong obedience. With good training, they can navigate the blind. They have strong understanding and acceptance. As long as the owner trains patiently, they will become a pet dog that makes the owner worry-free in life.
On the whole, Labrador is relatively easy to raise. The advantages of their character are docile and kind, obedient and loyal to their owners, and they are not aggressive. The owners don’t have to worry about their troubles outside, and they don’t have to worry about them and their family. In addition, Labrador is not picky about life. The food the owner prepares for them will be happy to accept, rather than picky or picky eaters anorexia. Of course, after the owner’s training, Labrador will also become very strong and independent, go to the bathroom independently, eat, and sleep without problems.
However, keeping Labrador should be clear. It is a very easy to shed hair, so in daily life the owner spends more time and energy to care for its hair. Prepare more crude fiber foods, such as vegetables and so on. Help dogs groom their hair every day, take a bath regularly, and clean the environment in time. These all require special attention from the owner during the breeding process.
Labradors are larger, and although they are strong, they are also vulnerable to some diseases. For example, hip dysplasia, vision problems, heart problems, epilepsy, etc. This also requires the owner to strengthen the management and maintenance of the dog, pay attention to the dog’s health, and do a good job of disease defense. I have reason to believe that Labrador will grow up healthy and happy as long as the owner is careful, patient, and responsible to raise it.