Cuteness levels regularly exceed safe norms during this heartwarming “dogumentary” as five labrador puppies – Potomac, Patriot, Poppy, Phil and Primrose – are put into training to become guide dogs for the blind.
Buck was taken in by the charity Team Edward Labrador Rescue before his story was spotted by University of Nottingham vet and teaching associate, Emma Drinkall. (Picture: Emma Drinkall / SWNS.com)Buck weighed only 17kg (37.4lbs) when he was taken in by the charity Team Edward.
/ Source: TODAY By TODAY When a former skating coach adopted a Labrador retriever from a Las Vegas shelter, he decided to teach the pup to skate. TODAY’s Craig Melvin reports.
In some bad news for chocolate Labrador Retriever lovers everywhere, new research shows that they have shorter life spans than their black and yellow cousins.Not only that, but they also have higher rates of skin disease and ear infections.For the study, researchers analysed data from more than 33 000 Labradors in the United Kingdom.
Scientists are warning that the second most popular dog breed in the UK is more vulnerable to a number of serious health problems including obesity, ear infections and joint conditions.
Take a look at the documentary ‘Pick of the Litter,’ which follows guide dog trainers copied! Jenna Bush Hager and Sheinelle Jones are joined by Anne Tyson, a trainer at Guide Dogs for the Blind, and an adorable Labrador puppy.