Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Labrador Retriever Dog Puppy

Most experts agree that a Labrador Retriever Dog Puppy should not be separated from its mother until it is 8-10 weeks. Getting a young Labrador Retriever puppy is not recommended. Labradors mature into adults when they are about three years old. Smaller laboratories may have a lot of energy and presumably therefore sometimes incorrectly labeled as hyperactive when they are actually playing a typical behavior Labrador Retriever puppy excited.

Labrador Retriever puppies are curious and exploratory, and must keep a close eye on them - can disappear in a second if you find an interesting smell or a person who gives them attention. When your Labrador Retriever puppy is old enough should ideally have a microchip. Labradors are lost or escape tend to seek human company very soon, and if you have a microchip in your dog, the police will be able to bring back to you quickly. Microchip also reduce the risk that your dog was stolen and sold. A necklace with the name and address is much easier to remove an embedded microchip.

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