The Labrador is the most popular dog breed in the world! This title was awarded to the dogs by the American Kennel Club. Labradors have held the spot since 1991. 14% of families on the planet keep these dogs.
These dogs are extremely kind. Aggression is completely absent in them. Labradors easily make contact with people. They are smart and outgoing, active and playful. Labradors strive to make friends with everyone and please everyone. These animals lend themselves well to training and training. Labradors are real babysitters for babies. Plus, they get along well with other pets.
Labradors are native to the UK. These are animals of a strong constitution with a wide head (the skull is clearly outlined and does not have fleshy cheekbones, the muzzle is large) and a wide chest with rounded (as cynologists say - "barrel-shaped") ribs. The loin and hindquarters are also wide and strong. The very developed pads on the paws of the animal are immediately striking.
Labradors have medium-sized jaws and eyes. Fans of these dogs claim that their extraordinary intelligence and friendly character are clearly visible in the hazel and brown eyes of the representatives of the breed.
Hanging ears of Labradors are of medium size. They are set quite far behind and close to the head of the dog.
The tail of a Labrador is thick at the base and tapering towards the tip. This round and fluffy tail resembles the tail of an otter.
The coat of the Labrador is "double", that is, there is a hard guard hair and a warm undercoat. The color in dogs is solid - black, fawn, brown, liver or chocolate. In brown and black dogs, a small white patch is allowed on the chest.
The ideal height of Labradors at the withers is 56- 57 cm in males and 54-56 cm in females. Dogs of this breed can weigh between 25 and 40 kg.