chocolate labrador

How About a Custom Dog Collar for Your Labrador?

Friday, February 11th, 2011

Dogs come in all sizes, colors, temperaments and breeds. Each dog has a very special personality that deserves special treatment. The custom dog collar will ensure that a special dog gets special treatment. The usual selection of dog collars come in a limited number of colors, but look around and you will see that dogs come in many different colors. There are yellow Labradors and chocolate Labradors each with their own personality. There are beautiful collies with markings that are distinctive and distinguished. The little Yorkies have beautiful colors that are completely different from the colors in any other dog.

Although dogs come in such a wonderful array of colors, the regular dog collars do not come in such an array. The solution to enhancing and complementing the array of colors in the dogs around the world is to find a custom dog collar that will make the gorgeous colors in each dog’s coat shine more brightly. Fortunately, there are many collars available. There are specialty shops that provide a wide variety of custom dog collars that will complement of the color of each and every dog. Collars are available in many different colors and also in a variety of prints, plaids and stripes to provide for the most treasured dog in town.

Custom Dog Collars Provide Security and Fashion

The custom dog collars available have beautiful designs and colors, but these custom dog collars also have special security features to protect a treasured dog. The custom dog collars on the market can be made with the name of the dog and its owner as well as the phone number of the owner. The information could lead to the protection of the dog in case of an emergency. Many people will look after a dog that is obviously lost, and most do not want to send the dog to the pound for fear the dog will be put to sleep. The appropriate information on the dog’s collar could save the dog should he get separated from the owner.

A custom dog collar can also be purchased with other safety features that will protect the dog should he be separated from a loving owner. A collar can be made in material that will shine in the dark. These materials will alert a driver if the dog wanders into the road accidentally. A custom dog collar with the name of the dog and a phone number embroidered into the cloth takes the place of a collar with a medal tag that jingles constantly as the dog walks about the house or yard.

Chocolate Labrador Puppy? or Rescued Labrador?

Sunday, January 16th, 2011

Hey Guys, I was wondering….

I do have a long time to think about this, but I just kind of wanted to get an idea of what I want for the future. In the future, I want 2 Chocolate labradors. But I need to know….

Should I rescue two from a shelter, or just get 2 puppy’s?
If I do rescue two will they get along?
What sex (female&female, male&male, male&female)?

No worries, I I do get two of the opposite sex I am not breeding them!

Will they already be spayed/neutered?

Any other helpful tips would be appreciated as well. Thanks everyone!

Go with a shelter dog, they are usually immunised, spayed/neutered and chipped. You could even get lucky and manage to get two pups that have been rescued from a puppy farm.

What Is the Life Expectancy of a Chocolate Labrador Retriever?

Monday, January 10th, 2011

I have a chocolate lab and want to know what the life expectancy on them are.

Around 12-14 years

What Is the Life Expectancy of a Chocolate Labrador Retriever?

Monday, January 10th, 2011

I have a chocolate lab and want to know what the life expectancy on them are.

Around 12-14 years

Any Labrador Retriever Rescues?

Monday, January 3rd, 2011

Hello, my family is looking into adopting a chocolate labrador retriever. We live in NJ and are willing to travel anywhere in the tri-state area to find our new family member. Can you guys please tell us where we can find a respectable labrador retriever rescue in NJ, NY, or Pennsylvania. Thank you.

http://www.petfinder.com/pet-search?animal_type=Dog&pet_breed=Labrador+Retriever&location=nj&startsearch=Search

How Can I House Train My Chocolate Labrador?

Saturday, October 30th, 2010

I have a 3 month old chocolate lab and no matter what i try he does not seem to get that he has to pee outside…he is good with #2 outside but not peeing. actually last night i came home and just as i was about to walk him he laid on his back all peed all over himself..idk what to do anymore ive tried just about everything.

Have you tried talking to your dog? Some people say that you should hit your dog, rub its face in the accident and yell, then put it outside whenever it pees inside. However, this is just barbaric. I find it is best to sit your dog down and explain carefully why it is important for it to pee outside, and how upsetting it is for you when the dog pees on your floor. I think you’ll see that, when you reason with him, your dog will be more than willing to change its behavior.

How Can I House Train My Chocolate Labrador?

Sunday, October 24th, 2010

I have a 3 month old chocolate lab and no matter what i try he does not seem to get that he has to pee outside…he is good with #2 outside but not peeing. actually last night i came home and just as i was about to walk him he laid on his back all peed all over himself..idk what to do anymore ive tried just about everything.

Have you tried talking to your dog? Some people say that you should hit your dog, rub its face in the accident and yell, then put it outside whenever it pees inside. However, this is just barbaric. I find it is best to sit your dog down and explain carefully why it is important for it to pee outside, and how upsetting it is for you when the dog pees on your floor. I think you’ll see that, when you reason with him, your dog will be more than willing to change its behavior.

Chocolate Labrador Puppy? or Rescued Labrador?

Wednesday, October 20th, 2010

Hey Guys, I was wondering….

I do have a long time to think about this, but I just kind of wanted to get an idea of what I want for the future. In the future, I want 2 Chocolate labradors. But I need to know….

Should I rescue two from a shelter, or just get 2 puppy’s?
If I do rescue two will they get along?
What sex (female&female, male&male, male&female)?

No worries, I I do get two of the opposite sex I am not breeding them!

Will they already be spayed/neutered?

Any other helpful tips would be appreciated as well. Thanks everyone!

Go with a shelter dog, they are usually immunised, spayed/neutered and chipped. You could even get lucky and manage to get two pups that have been rescued from a puppy farm.

Chocolate Labrador Behaviour?

Tuesday, October 19th, 2010

Hey Guys, Thanks so much for helping me answer my other question. I have decided that I am going to Rescue 2 Labradors, but I still have a couple more questions just so I know to be sure. The last week, I did some research on them, and they look like the perfect 2 dogs for me. I am probably going to get 1year and up for both if possible. I still don’t know what sex to get yet, but anyways here are my couple questions…

Will they already be neutered/spayed?
Will they already be housebroken?
Will they already be potty trained?
Will they already be trained? (as in like sit, stay, down etc)

If they are not trained for sit, stay, down etc. Than can I bring both to obedience? or should I just train them at home?

Thanks for all your help guys. Comments and tips may also be appreciated <33

They should already be spayed/neutered if you are getting them from a shelter or rescue.
It depends on the dog, where it came from, and how long it was in the shelter as to whether it will be housebroken and trained. The shelter should be able to give you this info when you inquire about a specific dog.

Also, try to find two dogs who are trying to find homes together. Many times rescues and shelters get two dogs from one household who come in together. It is always nice to see them find a home together.
Good Luck!

Do You Think a Chocolate Labrador Would Make a Good Guard Dog?

Monday, October 11th, 2010

i have one and i was wondering if anyone knows. If someone broke in my house would he realise.

Depends on what you expect him to do. If you are looking for a dog that will bark, the lab probably will. If not it is trained relatively easy.
If you expect him to do anymore, like try to stop the person, no.

Labs are notorious for loving people. Most labs have never met a stranger.