Should I Rescue Labrador/rot. Is It a Good Mix, ,Kids Involved?

gong it see resuce pup tomorrow, lab/rot supposed to be brilliant mix, help spoken to many supposed to be experts all say brilliant mix go for it!

Really depends on the dog and the kids. Most labs and rotties are real sweethearts, but there are labs and rotties that do not have good disposition. Right now, I believe the breed leading the dog bite statistics is labrador retriever. My lab is great with kids, adults, cats, ducks (isn’t very fond of geese however) — one of our neighbors has a lab that would just as soon rip your arm off and beat you over the head with it.

There really are no guarantees. Kidproof the dog as much as possible, and dogproof the kids.

7 Responses to “Should I Rescue Labrador/rot. Is It a Good Mix, ,Kids Involved?”

  1. go_duluth2010 says:

    yes u should adopt it
    b/c it is a puppy u can train it from the beginning 2 be friendly and not aggressive
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  2. tkahrs12122 says:

    You say rescue. Rescued from what situation?
    This will be a big dog. Have you experience training a dog?
    Without the proper training even the smallest one could be trouble.
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  3. Kismet123 says:

    why would you ask reg ppl if you have already talked with experts? but adoption/rescue is always a good thing to do… so if experts say yes, and you want to be nice… then do it.
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  4. donna d says:

    rotty’s will turn on you in a minute i wouldn’t do it exspeicaly since you have children.
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  5. DAVE W says:

    Any dog with lab in them are pretty much great dogs, so if you get this pup i hope everyone in your family understands the responsibility of owning one. Lab/rot are a good mix go for it!!
    ( Mine is lab/pit, a real big baby, family dog all the way.)
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  6. pj h says:

    Rottweilers, pit bulldogs and in some cases German police dogs have the mark of Cain on them. All to often they suddenly and for no apparent reason savage or in extreme cases kill someone., You would be well advised to pass up this pup,sorry!
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    Member of my family attacted by one.Sad expierence.

  7. kay says:

    Really depends on the dog and the kids. Most labs and rotties are real sweethearts, but there are labs and rotties that do not have good disposition. Right now, I believe the breed leading the dog bite statistics is labrador retriever. My lab is great with kids, adults, cats, ducks (isn’t very fond of geese however) — one of our neighbors has a lab that would just as soon rip your arm off and beat you over the head with it.

    There really are no guarantees. Kidproof the dog as much as possible, and dogproof the kids.
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