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The Pros and Cons of the Labrador Dog

 


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Do a little research and you will see that the Labrador is the most popular breed of dog on the planet. There are a multitude of reasons why this dog is so popular and if you know up front what the dog is like then that makes it easier to assimilate the dog into your life. The Labrador is popular as a seeing eye dog for the blind or as a family pet. Either way the number of Labradors in the world today suggests that the breed is doing something right.

In order to be trusted as the seeing eyes for the blind a dog must be extremely obedient. The Labrador dog is known the world over for its obedience and as long as the dog learns it can trust you then you will find that this dog is extremely easy to train in all aspects of its everyday life.

In order to be a working dog, or what many people call an assistance dog, the Labrador dog must also be very intelligent. The dog is well known for its intelligence, which also makes it very easy to train. It not only makes the animal easy to train but it assures that the dog will retain much more of the important lessons it needs to learn in order to do the things it is asked to do in its every day life.

The Labrador loves to run and play which helps to make it an ideal family pet. If it has been trained properly then the dog knows when it is playing too rough and this can make the dog an ideal pet for families with children. Its obedience and intelligence help to make it the perfect companion and the perfect playmate for children as long as the children are not too small.

Just like any other breed of dog the Labrador also has its faults. If a Labrador dog is not properly trained then it may not know when playtime is over and can become quite rough while being energetic. It is essential to teach your pet the boundaries of good play activity so that it knows when enough is enough so that you may avoid anyone getting hurt when the dog really doesn't mean to hurt anyone at all.

If you take an overall look at the Labrador dog it is not difficult to see why it is the most popular dog in the world. When you add to it the fact that it can also be extremely loyal you quickly start to see why so many people trust their families, and their very lives, to this wonderful breed of dog. The Labrador has certainly earned the nickname of man's best friend.

Brooke Sunderland has experience dealing with canines and understands how important learning about a breed's history really is. Not only is the Labrador an attractive, statuesque dog but they also have a very long and complex history. The Internet is one of the best available resources when it comes to finding out further Labrador information regarding the history of Labradors.

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