Labrador retriever information including their appearance, temperament, health issues, cost, lifespan, food, history.


The Labrador retriever is simply known as Labrador. Labrador retriever is one of the most lovable dogs in the world. This is most popular in Australia, New Zealand, the UK, the USA and Canada. This breed is easily trainable and it is a family dog. This is one of the most intelligent dogs in the world. They are fond of children and love to make people around them happy. These are the perfect family dogs. These dogs are well known as gun dogs. This is one of the prime breeds selected as guide and rescue dogs.

There are two types of Labrador retriever, the English Labrador and the American Labrador. The general appearance of the English Labrador and the American Labrador is different. The English Labradors are heavier, thicker and blockier.


The Labrador retriever is medium-sized, athletic, and strongly built. It has a short, dense, weather resistant coat. It has powerful jaws, and its kind, friendly eyes, expressing character, intelligence and good temperament. Black, chocolate, and yellow are the three colors of Labrador.

appearance of labrador


Male dog is between 22.5 inches and 24.5 inches and the female dog is between 21.5 inches and 23.5 inches.


65-80 pounds for male dog

55- 70 pounds for female dog


The temperament of Labrador is described in positive terms. As the Labrador temperament is cheerful and outgoing, he remains one of the most popular dog breeds in the world for many years. This is the perfect dog for all the circumstances. The temperament of the Labrador is suitable for the person who is willing to exercise their dog both physically and mentally. One need to give their dog the opportunity to use their intelligence for good, or he will instead use it for mischief. If the dog get bored then it dig, bark and pull the wash of the line. The Labrador not only enjoy the sports, but he will also enjoy working with owner. This dog needs a component trainer who is a firm, consistent leader. 


The food differ from dog to dog, and there are so many brands of Labrador food available.

Feeding Labrador puppy:

Feeding Labrador puppy is difficult. The popular feeding options include raw food, wet food, home cooked food, and kibble. The best amount of food is important for puppy’s growth and development.

Feeding adult Labrador:

  1. Taste of the wild high prairie formula
  2.  Core wellness grain free
  3.  Blue wilderness
  4. Diamond naturals large breed puppy
  5. Eagle pack natural dry dog food


Hip dysplasia: Labrador Retriever hip dysplasia can have a gradual or sudden onset. Symptoms are limping, favoring a back leg

Elbow dysplasia: Elbow dysplasia means abnormal development of elbow joint. This is common in large breed dogs. Symptoms of this are fore limb lameness and stiffness.

PRA (Progressive Retinal Atrophy) blindness: This is a group of genetic diseases seen in certain breeds of dogs. The symptoms are vision loss, decreased vision at night, or nyctalopia, dilated pupils, decreased pupillary light reflex.

Ear infections: Ear infections are common in dogs and most dogs suffer from this painful condition. The symptoms are scratching and rubbing the ears and head shaking. you may see swelling or redness or abnormal order from ear.

Obesity related issues: The Labradors Retriever loves to eat more. healthy Labradors weigh from 55 to 75 pounds and a fat Labrador weigh 100 pounds. extra weight can have serious impact on Labrador’s health and life span.


10 – 14 Years


The Labrador puppy cost changes from place to place and breeder to breeder. The price of Labrador puppy in the USA is between $800 and $1200 whereas in the cost is between $650 and $850 for a healthy Labrador puppy.


This breed was originated in Newfoundland in the 1500 s. These are well-known for water dogs as they help fisherman. This breed is perfect for these jobs because their coat repelled water and their webbed paws made them excellent swimmers.

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