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The Labrador Retriever is the most popular and beloved breed throughout the United States and Canada. This dog is a great addition to any family. Learn more about this breed's health concerns here.
Labrador retrievers' hair gets everywhere and on everything. Learn how to remove their hair here.
Proper training will ensure that your Labrador grows into a successful hunter. Learn how to train your Labrador with these helpful training tips.
There are special reasons why Labradors are the most popular breed in the USA. Learn more about this amazing breed here.
Labrador Retrievers sure can eat, and a homemade diet should keep their joints healthy and nourish their thick, waterproof coat. Learn how to make a great meal at home for your beloved pet.
Americans love their Labradors, but the judges at Westminster apparently aren't as sold. This lovable breed has never taken "Best in Show!" Find out what it would take for your Lab to be the one to make dog show history.
Knowing which are the most popular dog breeds may help you choose which type of canine you want for your home. Read about the most popular canine breeds at PetCareRx.
Some dog breeds seem to be everywhere. There are a few popular breeds that are the most common in the US, and all for good reason. Read about these friendly, personable dogs.
Everyone loves a big soft dog they can nuzzle into. However, will all of that hair comes a lot of shedding. Find out here which dogs shed the most compared to other breeds.
We all probably know a few dog breeds, but the American Kennel Club lists 175! Find out more about AKC dog breeds.
Some dogs are just made for family life. Patient, loyal, and with a streak of protectiveness, these dogs will fit right into your growing family.
A variety of factors from genetics to nutrition to age can affect your dog's likelihood of contracting cataracts. Learn the causes of this condition.
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