Labrador

Labrador’s Usually Suffer From HIP DYSPLASIA

HIP DYSPLASIA is a disease that threatens the life of your dog, with PETPLAN you can detect it and treat it

Breed characteristics

Strong constitution dog, short and very active kidney region; (which excludes excessive weight and body substance) has a broad skull, chest and deep and deep ribs; The kidney region and the hind limbs are broad and strong.

  • Male: 57-62 cm to the cross.
  • Female: 55-60 cm at the withers.
  • Male: 29-36 kg.
  • Female: 25-32 kg.
  • Dog collector hunting and company.
  • From 500 to 590 g. DAILY.
  • Dog that has a good temperament and is very agile. He has an excellent sense of smell and is very fond of water. It is an adaptable animal and a devoted companion. Intelligent, vivacious and docile, with strong will. Of affable character, without any sign of aggressiveness or shyness.
  • Britain.
  • From 10 to 14 years old.

Common illnesses

Protect your LABRADOR’s health. Get a quote

icon-enfermedad

Skin Diseases

icon-enfermedad

Development Of Lumps And Protuberances

icon-enfermedad

Hip And Elbow Dysplasia

icon-enfermedad

Gastrointestinal Disorder

icon-enfermedad

Cross Ligament Rupture

World Nº 1 Insurance Provider for Labrador

Protect your puppy with the best insurance plan available

Breed origins

The Labrador Retriever is originally from the coast of Newfoundland where fishermen have been seen using dogs of similar appearance for the recovery of fish. An excellent water dog, its water resistant coat and its characteristic tail, similar to that of an otter for its shape, emphasize these features. The Labrador is not a very old breed. The Race Club was formed in 1916 and the Yellow Labrador Club was founded in 1925.

Other breeds of dogs