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Nick H.
NHomes

Posted on December 15, 2010

Great new travel product. www.twistep.com
Modern D.
ModernDog

Posted on May 8, 2009

Did you know that the Labrador's precise history is a matter of debate. It is clear that dogs were imported to England from Newfoundland beginning in the early 1800s, and that formal, controlled development of the "breed" occurred in Britain under t… more ›
Larien E.
LarienEvenstar

Posted on March 11, 2009

I read this awesome book called 'Dogology' and its about your relationship with your dog an what it says about you. you take a quiz in the beginning to find out what personality you are as a owner. It pegged me pretty good. Its a pretty interesting r… more ›
LabradorLover1
LabradorLover1

Posted on March 9, 2009 | 5

I have a 10 week old yellow lab. He is very energetic and playfull pupply like most other labs. He gets a regualr walk every mourning and then gets to run loose in the woods in the afternoons on walks. My family and I have had labs our hole lives. My… more ›
Larien E.
LarienEvenstar

Posted on March 3, 2009 | 7

Does anyone know what kind of training you need to put your lab through to become a therapy dog? also should i get a lab from a breeder or whould one from a shelter work? i know service dogs need to be in tip top health, and i didnt know if therapy d… more ›
Mary B.
PerfectlyInsane09

Posted on January 27, 2009 | 2

I was reading someones journal about this and I wanted to make it known ... Please please read!! Dogs Used as Shark Bait on French Island By Maryann Mott National Geographic News October 19, 2005 SOURCE: (Please type before this web address … more ›
LBergan
LBergan

Posted on January 8, 2009

Brookline Lab Rescue is a volunteer organization dedicated to finding Labs & lab mixes their "furever" homes. We operate solely on donations. Care2 has announced their second America's Favorite Animal Shelter contest, and Brookline has entered … more ›
Rich R.
3jacksmusic

Posted on December 24, 2008 | 1

Cheers & Happy Holidays to ya! Country Music fans and Dog Lovers are THE SAME BREED so..sit back, hold onto your heart and enjoy "Better with you There" at no cost by going to www.myspace.com(slash)3jacksmusic … more ›
MzPink
MzPink

Posted on November 26, 2008 | 6

Hello, i have a 3 year old Lab and we walk everyday for about 30 minutes and on Saturdays i take him to dog park for about 1 hour. The vet had advised to feed him Science Diet and i did for months but i did not really see much improvement. Now i … more ›
Megan S.
msergent

Posted on November 17, 2008 | 2

Hello! I am hoping a few fellow lab-lovers can offer me some advice. I have a 1-yr old American yellow labrador (Marley). He is not your traditional chunky lab, he is slim and muscular and huge. :) My problem with Marley is that he is extremely v… more ›
mary m.
R5Labs

Posted on October 29, 2008

Brookline is currently entered in a contest where we could win as much as $10,000! What a difference that would make for us! Unfortunately, we are way behind in the voting. That’s where we need your help! I know that Mary sent out a request a f… more ›
mary m.
R5Labs

Posted on August 2, 2008 | 2

If you are not affiliated with a rescue yet, please consider Brookline so we can win the rescue sweepstakes to help our puppers. Thanks a bunch! Brookline Labrador Retriever Rescue P.O. Box 638 Warrington, PA 18976 Phone: (215) 343-6087 … more ›
Naturebydawn
naturebydawn

Posted on July 14, 2008 | 3

My puppy is 65 lbs and is very hard to control in public. She is great at home and when walking down the street. But in public, she wants to run up to everyone, jump on them, and lick them. Is it just a phase or can it be controlled? I have own… more ›
Betsy
molbaygun

Posted on April 19, 2008 | 4

Does anyone have a surefire way for Bailey (130 lb lab with orthopedic problems) to lose weight? He is forever hungry (typical) and I have tried so many things but haven't had any success.

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