March 26, 2021

Chocolate labs | A detailed Guide of the breed

Chocolate labs are the most popular dog choice in the United States, but did you know that they originated from Newfoundland. The chocolate lab is a cross between a Labrador Retriever and a Newfoundland dog. ( The Newfoundland dog was the first to be bred as a water dog and is the largest of the retrievers.)

August 15, 2020

Male Yellow Lab Names

So if you are looking to name your lab, you have found the best place to track down pet names that would be perfect for your male yellow lab. Follow through with this guide and it will help you find a suitable name for your dog.

August 14, 2020

Chocolate Labrador Life Expectancy

When it comes to retrievers, like every other dog they have a life expectancy of up to 12/13 years. However, Chocolate labradors in specific have a shorter life span if 9-11 years. The life expectancy of any organism is dependent on many factors inclusive of the health, genetics and lifestyle.

July 24, 2020

How much to feed lab puppies

The amount that you feed your Labrador puppy depends on how old he or she is. It also depends on what you will be putting on the plate. Your puppy's development is highly dependent on how well you feed.

July 23, 2020

How do you know if your dog has a tick

If you're a pet owner, ticks are not a new concept for you. The little parasites will suck on your pet's blood and if you are not observant you may miss the signs entirely. It is not an uncommon occurrence for your dog to get ticks.

July 23, 2020

How to stop a dog from coughing

The first time I heard my puppy cough, it frightened me. I wasn't sure if the noise I had just heard was coming from my sweet 3-week old bundle of cuddles. But it was alarming and made me look for my vet's number immediately. It was the first time I had heard her cough, but it was unnerving for me.

July 23, 2020

My dog is having trouble breathing through his nose

You must know what to look out for to keep your dog healthy. Being observant can help you spot potentially problematic issues early on. Certain signs show that your dog may be experiencing respiratory distress. Like my Fifi, your dog may be drooling a little more than usual and this may be accompanied by choking.