Category: Labrador Behavior & Training

Are you planning to get a Labrador? Learn about Labrador behavior to know if this breed is the right one for you and your family.

The Labrador Retriever is the most popular dog breed in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, and Australia. Their looks and undeniable easy going personality makes the breed very irresistible for people — whether they are young, old, single, married with a big family. The breed’s sweet look is only of the reasons why they remain popular for decades. Labrador Retrievers are sweet, intelligent, easy to train, and dedicated to their loved ones. Not only is the breed known to be great family dogs, they have also proven their versatility in law enforcement, assistance to the blind and disabled, and more.

Read these different topics about Labrador behavior and see if this wonderful breed will make a great addition to your family.

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FAQs About Labrador Separation Anxiety

Labrador separation anxiety can turn into a serious behavioral issue if not dealt with properly. A popular pet breed, Labrador Retrievers are known for their friendly disposition and social interactions. This makes these dogs prone to separation anxiety. Failure to recognize and deal with this problem can lead …

Labrador Puppy Training: Building A Relationship With Your Puppy

Training a young puppy is a tiresome task. Innocent and naïve, a puppy needs persistent effort to understand your command and learn to show obedience. Though the beginning is saddled with difficulties, your patience pays offs and you have a loyal and perfect companion in the long run. …

How to Stop Your Labrador From Biting and Nipping

Don’t you just hate it when your Labrador gets too mouthy? Labrador biting and nipping behavior is often seen as an expression of its playfulness. However, this habit may turn bad with the potential of causing injury to you. Here are some tips on how to stop your …

Is Your Dog Scared Of Thunderstorms?

Is your dog scared of thunderstorms? Young dogs and puppies tend to become afraid of high-pitched noises and loud sounds. Thunderstorms with their deafening booms create panic among animals. The thunderous sound makes pets fearful and run for cover. If this is a recurring feature at your household, …

Labrador Chewing: Does Your Labrador Retriever Chew On Things?

Labrador chewing is a common dog behavioral issue. Teething causes puppies to chew furniture, toys, and household items. However, this forms the habit of chewing as they grow up. The tendency of a dog to chew on anything it comes across becomes a problem unless you control it …

The Truth About Labrador Aggression

Labradors are one of the most tolerant breeds of dogs. Friendly and adaptable, they tend to stay happy with other pets and family members. However, if left untrained or not socialized properly, outbursts of Labrador’s aggression can be there whenever they are provoked. There may be visible food …

How To Stop Your Labrador Retriever From Jumping On You

Labrador Retrievers are one of the most upbeat, energetic and friendly breeds. If they’re not trained properly though, they have a tendency to jump on people when they get excited. And since Labs are relatively large, you definitely won’t enjoy being jumped on. The good thing is, there …

5 Reasons Not To Impose Labrador Punishment

Discipline, or following the “house rules,” is important if you want your Labrador Retriever to be a great pet and live happily – and safely – with your family and friends. But don’t confuse discipline with harsh punishment. They are two different things. Labrador punishment is, in fact, …

Labrador Retriever House Training Overview

House training your Labrador Retriever doesn’t need to be difficult, unpleasant, or messy. Do it right, and your Lab will be doing his business in the right place sooner than expected. It takes appropriate Labrador Retriever house training, coupled with patience, persistence, and affection, to train your puppy. Most …

Labrador Retriever Toilet Training Tips

Obviously, you want your Labrador to be clean within your premises. You want them to learn to wait for their trip outside for emptying their bowels. True, Labrador Retriever toilet training is the way to go. Labrador Retrievers can be trained without much difficulty; all your need to …