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  A dog muzzle is a type of device that keeps a dog's mouth from opening. If applied properly, you will discover that there are several uses for these muzzles. If there is a risk of your Labrador dog biting most people or pets in public places, it is essential to always keep him muzzled when around others. This safeguards pets and people from injury, as well as protects you, the Labrador dog owner, from getting yourself into trouble. If your dog attacks a pet or an individual, you can get into serious legal trouble. But being a violent dog...

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Dog Excercise -

  5 Ways To Exercise Your Labrador Dog To always keep your Labrador dog in good condition, he requires perfect diet and lots of exercise. You probably wish to know precisely how much exercise your Labrador needs daily, we’ll be considering that in this article. 1. Dog games and toys You can exercise your Labrador dog very effectively in quite a compact yard or garden with games, such as throwing a Silicone Frisbee Flying Disc, or with a flirt pole along with a toy on the other end. Retriever training 2. You don’t need to be involved in hunting or...

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And the best Dog Breed goes to....  Labrador Dogs!! The Labrador is one of most popular dog breeds in the world today, and it's not difficult to see why. The versatility and usefulness of this dog breed cannot be over emphasized. Labrador's are a particularly trained to serve various multipurpose activities. From aiding persons with visual impairments such as blindness to helping military agencies perform law enforcement functions, the importance of this awesome dog breed cannot be fathomed. The popularity of this dog breed has since spread across the United States. So, if you have been wondering why Labrador retrievers are...

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Dog Nail, Dog Nail Trimming, Electric Dog Trimmer, Labrador Dog, Labrador Dog Trimming, Labrador Dogs -

I’ll be honest, the first time I trimmed by Labrador's nails I was terrified that I would injure her paws. After hours of agonizing fear, I recruited a friend of mine to help me out.  Before we proceeded to cut her nails we took her on a long walk to ensure that she was well rested and ready to be groomed.  Although my Labrador was quite rambunctious (the walk didn’t fully work) we did manage to trim her nails but unfortunately, we did draw some blood. The fact of the matter is that trimming my Lab’s nails is essential to...

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Dog Bloating, Dog doesn't chew, Dog Eating, Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus, GDV, Slow Eating Dog Feeder Bowls -

“You can trust your dog to guard your house but never trust your dog to guard your sandwich” Every morning, my Labrador anxiously waits by her sterling bowl for breakfast. She doesn’t bark or yelp for her premium food but patiently waits for me to physically wake up to I can slowly measure her daily morning portions. The moment the food hits her silver bowl she immediately without any effort engulfs it in less than five seconds. After she ingests her food, for about 10 minutes she hacks and gets the hiccups which she finally alleviates by drinking water.  I...

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