Labrador retrievers generally give birth to litters of five to ten puppies, according to the American Kennel Club. Labrador retrievers live an average of 12 to 14 years, and they weigh anywhere from 55 to 80 pounds when ... More »

Litter size varies widely among dog breeds; Labrador retrievers average 7.6 pups per litter while German shepherds average 6.6 and American Cocker Spaniels average five as reported by the American Kennel Club, or AKC. Th... More »

The average litter size for a golden retriever is eight puppies. Litter sizes vary from four to 12 puppies, and humans are not usually needed for help in the birthing process. More »

Typically, a Labrador retriever weighs about a pound at birth but will weigh between 55 and 75 pounds when it reaches adulthood. How quickly a Labrador grows depends on several different factors like inherited genes, its... More »

When looking to purchase purebred Labrador Retriever puppies, it is best to look for breeders through the American Kennel Club website directory or for Labrador Retriever rescue groups, such as the Golden Gate Labrador R... More »

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Rescue groups are a good source of inexpensive Labrador puppies. While adult dogs do end up in rescues more frequently than puppies, Labrador puppies can be too energetic and difficult for some owners, who do surrender t... More »

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The amount of food that a person feeds their Labrador retriever will depend on its weight as well as the brand of food being offered, but most labrador retrievers eat between 2 1/2 to 3 cups of dog food daily. It is best... More »