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    Labrador Retriever Test

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    There have been numerous situations that have utilized my character and intelligence in the decision making process. However, a decision that I made during a hunt test with my Labrador retriever demonstrated important decision making skills whilst utilizing my character and intelligence. To commence, a hunt test is a competition in which your dog fetches game birds shot by a hunter. However, a hunt test incorporates agility and obedience throughout the competition, and dogs are scored according to these factors. At age 15, I decided to pursue my junior handler’s title. This prestigious title is achieved by successfully passing 3 hunt trials. Our inaugural test started well, with courses that were easy to master. Henceforth, giving insight on how hunt tests operate, and instilling confidence within me to pursue…

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    Do you realize that there are many kinds of dogs around the world? There are about 340 breeds of dogs. These creatures can range in different sizes (big, medium, small), different breeds (Australian Shepherd, Beagle, Labrador Retriever, etc) and different personality traits (Friendly, obedient, etc). Dogs can be very gentle, friendly, obedient, loving, and caring toward you if they are treated right. Two dogs who seem very similar with their personality traits are Labrador Retrievers and…

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    They come in about three different colors, black, chocolate and yellow. Their coats shed seasonally and they require frequent grooming sessions to keep the water resistance on the coats the dogs have. They are beautiful dogs. Labrador Retriever health histories are a plus also. The life span of a Labrador Retriever is about 12-13 years. The average size of the Labrador Retriever is about 65-80 pounds (male) reaching about 22-25 inches and about 55-70 pounds (female) reaching about 21-24 inches.…

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    There are many things you should know if you are considering breeding Labradors, especially for a dog show. The goal of breeding Labradors, or any dog, is for the resulting Labrador to posses the ideal characteristics of the Labrador breed. You won't know which dogs to breed if you do not know which characteristics are most favorable in Labradors. Learning these traits will help you to successfully breed your Labradors. It could make the difference in winning that first place ribbon at the dog…

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    Smartest Dog Breed Essay

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    very intelligent and energetic. As such, it requires a good deal of mental and physical exercise to keep it properly stimulated. An added bonus: The breed is also easy to train, groom and maintain. 2. Rottweiler The Rottweiler easily makes it on the list of the most intelligent dog breeds because of its appetite and aptitude for learning. It has an excellent ability to learn and listen to commands very well, thus proudly earning its role as effective police dogs. They also make for…

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    A hybrid between the Australian Shepherd and the Labrador Retriever, the Australian Shepherd Lab is a relatively new breed of medium-sized dog known for exhibiting the intelligence, stamina, and affectionate nature of its purebred parent dogs. Australian Shepherds are known for their strength, agility, protectiveness, and attentiveness which make it a popular herding and guarding canine. Meanwhile, Labrador Retrievers come from a breed of hunting dogs and has become popular for their kindness,…

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    breeds of dogs. Dogs have superior hearing that human's, capable of hearing sounds at four times the distance. The dogs sometimes can be more smart than humans. In total they said that there is 400 million dogs in the world. The domestic dogs has been one of the most popular working and companion animals through human history. Dogs perform many useful tasks for human including hunting, farm work and security as well assisting those with disabilities, such as blind. Examples of these breeds…

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    The Grogan Dog

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    Labrador retrievers are proven to be America’s favorite breed of dogs. John Grogan grew up in Florida with labradors as pets, who they treated as family. He fell in love instantly with labs and felt the need to have one when he was grown up and on his own. When he crossed paths Jenny, now his wife, he found out that she adored four legged friends just as much as him--which was a perfect fit in their marriage and family. Out of all of the three-hundred-forty dog breeds recognized, they were…

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    Analysis Of Jimmy Chew

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    Our story is about a dog who is known as Jimmy Chew. He is 2-year-old Retriever, Labrador who was qualified to be accepted into the Canyon County Sheriff’s Drug Dog Training Program. He is shown here in the picture with his handler Casey Zechman an Officer for Canyon County Sheriff’s Dept. While Jimmy was associated with WVHS he displayed some qualities that are sought after by Law Enforcement agencies. Some of these qualities are that they must be ball driven, have a prey drive, and have a…

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    Summary: Guide dogs are trained from the day they are born. The Guide Dogs foundation trains these dogs, mainly golden retrievers, labrador retrievers, a mix of both of those, and poodles. These dogs are trained to aid the blind veterans and military personnels. They are trained to replace a cane, give them comfort, keep calm around other people, and more. Guide dogs as puppies are brought into a foster home. With this they are socialized with people from different ages and different animals.…

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