The best way to find a healthy Labrador puppy is to buy the dog from a reputable breeder. New owners should make sure the parents have been tested for genetic problems common to the breed. More »

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Resources for finding lab puppies for sale include local newspaper ads, local dog breeders and online listings such as PuppyFind.com and PetFinder.com. The American Kennel Club online marketplace, Marketplace.AKC.org, pr... More »

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Chocolate Labrador puppies available for adoption are listed at TheLabradorClub.com and PetFinder.com. However, even if the puppies themselves are free, the organizations often apply fees for veterinary care and the cost... More »

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Each Labrador puppy has its own unique personality characteristics, though the American Kennel Association indicates that a Labrador is a generally active, outgoing and friendly breed. Like most puppies, a well-bred Labr... More »

The best place to buy a healthy Boston Terrier puppy is through a reputable breeder; visit the Boston Terrier Club of America website's breeder search tool to find a reputable breeder near you. Reputable breeders are int... More »

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Ready-made pelleted kibble is the appropriate food for a Labrador puppy once it is weaned. It is important to find a quality brand of dog food and to follow its feeding instructions. More »

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A Labrador retriever puppy usually weighs about 1 pound when it is born and then gains about 2 pounds per week for the first six months of life. A Labrador puppy weighs between 11 and 17 pounds at 8 weeks old and then 50... More »