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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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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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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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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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 »

Labrador retriever rescues in Pennsylvania include LabRescueMe.org and BrooklineLabRescue.org. LabRescueMe.org provides a photo bank of available dogs located in Pennsylvania with information on background, age, temperam... More »

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A male Labrador retriever should weigh between 65 and 80 pounds and be 22.5 to 24.5 inches in height. A female Labrador retriever should weigh between 55 and 70 pounds and be 21.5 to 23.5 inches in height. More »