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Labrador Retriever LinenThese sophisticated prints were produced from original botanical studies by 18th century ... LIGHTING Finnish Spitz 15-20 24" x 42" 24" x 42" 42" Original Art Ethical Pet Products The lovable Lab needs to be around his family, and is definitely not a backyard dog. If he's left alone for too long, he'll probably tarnish his saintly reputation: A lonely, bored Lab is apt to dig, chew, or find other destructive outlets for his energy. Labs show some variation in their activity levels, but all of them need activity, both physical and mental. Daily 30-minute walks, a romp at the dog park, or a game of fetch, are a few ways to help your Lab burn off energy. However, a puppy should not be taken for too long walks and should play for a few minutes at a time. Labrador Retrievers are considered "workaholics," and will exhaust themselves. It is up to you to end play and training sessions. Labs have such good reputations that some owners think they don't need training. That's a big mistake. Without training, a rambunctious Lab puppy will soon grow to be a very large, rowdy dog. Luckily, Labs take to training well — in fact, they often excel in obedience competitions. Start with puppy kindergarten, which not only teaches your pup good canine manners, but helps him learn how to be comfortable around other dogs and people. Look for a class that uses positive training methods that reward the dog for getting it right, rather than punishing him for getting it wrong. You'll need to take special care if you're raising a Lab puppy. Don't let your Lab puppy run and play on very hard surfaces such as pavement until he's at least two years old and his joints are fully formed. Normal play on grass is fine, as is puppy agility, with its one-inch jumps. Like all retrievers, the Lab is mouthy, and he's happiest when he has something, anything, to carry in his mouth. He's also a chewer, so be sure to keep sturdy toys available all the time — unless you want your couch chewed up. And when you leave the house, it's wise to keep your Lab in a crate or kennel so he's can't get himself into trouble chewing things he shouldn't. All Glassware & Bar We have had the bed for one week. Our little one, Abby, loves the bed and refuses to share it with her brother, Toby. We purchased one large enough for both. I did have to put an old blanket on top as Abby loves to make a nest. So far, it has been Toby proof. He tends to chew and tear up every bed we have ever purchased. Will be buying my 4th soon (for a summer cottage). Highly recommend. Chanel See Dogs More Prone To Health Problems We've had this bed for about a month. It fits snuggly in our little guy's crate, so he can't get ahold of a corner or edge to chew on. While he's dug away at the fabric, he hasn't been able to do any damage. So far, so good! Brown Markings 6 months, male, black x Great Labrador themed gifts, hand picked for the Lab lover in your life. At this point…we are running out of ideas…Any advice would be appreciated!!! We've a rescue & he was still in "chew everything up" mode, having gone through a couple of other beds before I found this one. We got the ortho one, & once he laid down on it once we've never seen him chew it! He absolutely loves his new bed. So much that we never catch him on the couch anymore... Collars & Leads Quilting & Cotton Print Fabric Bunny $17 5 years ago from East Coast, United States See All Perches Guaranteed by Tue, Sep 4 You really do need to see a qualified, professional vet ASAP! Track Lighting Office not so water proof Grand Bleu De Gascogne Hiking & Navigation Labrador Retriever Sheet Sales Online Check It Out Now Labrador Retriever Sheet Sales Online Check It Out Today Labrador Retriever Sheet Sales Online Get It Now!
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