Yellow Labrador Retriever
Yellow Labrador Retriever
Yellow Labrador Retriever

History

This breed originated in Newfoundland and is descended from the St. John's Water Dog in the 16th century.

Care and Health

Generally healthy breed but they are susceptible to joint problems and obesity. They have a double coat that comes with seasonal shedding.

Fun Fact

Labs can hit 12 miles an hour in just three seconds.

Good For

Families with children, "outdoorsy" owners with active lifestyles, rural areas, owners seeking service dogs.

Attributes

Happy and Gentle

Traits

Size large, short Fur, sheds a lot, high energy.

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