Labrador Retriever Breeders O Fallon MO

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Siever's Retrievers
(618) 396-2494
HC 82 Box 41
Brussels, IL
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Labrador Retriever

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Classytouch
(636) 463-2070
620 Schultz Ct
Foristell, MO
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Chinese Crested

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Hi - Lu's
(573) 874-3794
2050 E Highway 163
Columbia, MO
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Boston Terrier

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Wright's American Eskimos
(573) 384-5043
121 Ridgemount Dr
Troy, MO
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American Eskimo Dog

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Double J Kennel
(417) 858-6831
20415 Rd Ee
Rocky Ford, MO
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Cairn Terrier

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Muhlin
(636) 828-5597
14 Doe Ct
Wentzville, MO
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Pekingese

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Wright's American Eskimos
(573) 384-5043
121 Ridgemount Dr
Troy, MO
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American Eskimo Dog

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Midwest Malinois
(816) 699-3449
4937 NE Chouteau Dr
Kansas, MO
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Belgian Malinois

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Windancer Kennel
(417) 345-8840
559 State Rd F
Elkland, MO
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Newfoundland

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Theodosia Lakeland Kennel
(417) 273-1205
Route 4, Box 4558
Theodosia, MO
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Lakeland Terrier

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Labrador Retriever - Guide to Labrador Retrievers

Labrador RetrieverDescription: Although the Labrador Retriever as it is known today was developed in Britain, originated from dogs found along the East coast of Canada. These dogs had been known variously as the Black Water Dog, the Lesser Newfoundland, or the St John's Dog; they were descendants of dogs taken there by explorers, settlers and fishing crews. The dogs, found to have excellent hunting and fishing abilities, were brought to England early in the 1800's where their "modern" development carried on. Crossed with other local sporting breeds, the strong and sturdy Labrador Retriever became, and continues to be, England's most popular gundog. The Labrador Retriever or simply Lab for short excels in obedience and field trials, needs plenty of outdoor exercise and especially enjoys swimming.

Height: The height of a Labrador Retriever is 22.5 - 24.5" (57.2 - 57.2cm) for dogs, 21.5 - 23.5" (54.6 - 54.6cm) for bitches.

Weight: The weight for a Labrador Retriever is 60 - 75 lbs (26.8 - 26.8 kg) for dogs, 55 - 70 lbs (24.6 - 24.6 kg) for bitches.

Coat Type: The Labrador Retriever's dense coat should be smooth and feel hard. The solid body color varies from black, to chocolate, to yellow (light cream color to fox red). The coat is easily cared for with regular brushing with a slicker type brush.

Temperament: The Labrador Retriever's easy-going and friendly manner make him an excellent addition to families with children. The Labrador Retriever is easy to train and, by nature, is a true sporting dog. Labs love swimming and will play fetch in the water for as long as you will!

Health Problems: Labrador Retrievers are susceptible to hip dysplasia and all breeding stock should be x-rayed and certified clear. They are also at risk for several eye problems including progressive retinal atrophy (PRA), cataracts and retinal dysplasia, therefore all breeding stock should be examined annually. Other problems are: skin allergies and problems suc...

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