The Labrador – Pet Dog Documentary English

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The Labrador Retriever, also Labrador, is a type of retriever-gun dog.The Labrador is one of the most popular breeds of dog in the United Kingdom and the United States.
A favourite disability assistance breed in many countries, Labradors are frequently trained to aid the blind, those who have autism, to act as a therapy dog and perform screening and detection work for law enforcement and other official agencies.They are prized as sporting and hunting dogs.
Nature: The ideal family dog. Its patience, intelligence and gentleness, liveliness, sensitivity and love of children, mixed with a pinch of mischief make the Labrador the perfect pet.
Particularity: The majority of researchers think that the Labrador came to Great Britain in large numbers from 1830 with fishing boat crews. According to this theory the dogs embarked with the Newfoundland fishermen.

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Chelsea Baylen says:

that was a capybara, not an otter

swamp ass says:

God I miss my dog.

DXX BXX says:

Britain is taking full credit for Labradors? Wishful thinking.

עליזה איזנברג says:

I like labrador dogs they are very clever and cute, even the black one and the white one.
I love to see them playing and running and playing also with a cat.

Anil Kumar says:

My fav breed ever………

John O toole says:

Labrador they are dogs off all dogs if your getting a dog get Labrador

sherry kao says:

My lab hunts for my shoes like a pro lol.

Pauulina A says:

Labs ara amazing dogs, I've grown up my whole life with Labradors, I currently have 2 females a black one who's 11 years old and a white one who's 1 year old…. the male one (black) died few months back cause of a tumor, he was 7 years old I looooooooove labs

Elly and Chester says:

I'm getting my lab puppy tomorrow!! 😍

Labrador McGraw says:

It always comes back to a Labrador.

King17playz says:

Labs and pugs are the best

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Weirdanimalboy says:

"No particular health problems…" Um, hip dysplasia and cancer come to mind.

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