About the Labrador Retriever
The durable, even Labrador Retriever can, contingent upon the sex, remain from 21.5 to 24.5 crawls at the shoulder and weigh between 55 to 80 pounds. The thick, hard coat comes in yellow, dark, and a delicious chocolate. The head is wide, the eyes glint with charity, and the thick, tightening “otter tail” is by all accounts always flagging the variety’s inborn excitement.
Labs are broadly well disposed. They are friendly housemates who bond with the entire family, and they mingle well with neighbor pooches and people the same. In any case, don’t confuse his agreeable character with low vitality: The Lab is an energetic competitor that requires loads of activity, such as swimming and long distance race rounds of get, to keep genuinely and intellectually fit.