The Labrador Retriever: An Essential Guide to Caring For and Training Your Labrador Retriever

| December 11, 2015

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The Labrador Retriever: An Essential Guide to Caring For and Training Your Labrador Retriever ( How to Train a Labrador Retriever | Labrador Training Tips )

If you are the new owner of a Labrador Retriever, or if you’re considering getting one, then this book is for you!

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Labradors Retrievers are utilized worldwide in the military, police force, and even as therapy dogs. They are an intelligent breed which can be trained to detect narcotics, sniff out bombs, and even guide the blind. But likely more applicable to your situation, over the last few decades Labradors have surpassed other breeds as the most sought after family dog. There are many reasons for this trend, not least of which is the Labrador’s distinctive personality. Their gentle nature and quirky character make them one of the most endearing of all dog breeds. Often chosen as a family pet for their affection towards children, the big boisterous Lab can be easily trained to exhibit polite behavior in your home. It’s important to understand, though, that an untrained Labrador can become a nuisance and leave you feeling frustrated, which is why careful obedience training is essential. In this book, you will find all the information you need to welcome a Lab into your home, including how to take care of your Labrador, what to feed him to keep it healthy, and most importantly, training instructions so that your Lab will be a well-behaved member of the family.

Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…

  • Why to Choose a Lab
  • Getting to Know Your New Friend
  • How to Take Care of Your Labrador Retriever
  • Understanding Your Labrador’s Senses
  • Life Expectancy of a Lab
  • Toys and Grooming
  • What to Feed Your Lab
  • Training Your Lab to Perform Basic Commands
  • Training Your Lab to Perform Advanced Commands
  • Much, much more!

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