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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-12-2009, 05:56 AM Thread Starter
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I am associated with dog training for more than 17 years now. I am really passionate about Labradors. I understand their problems and behavioral changes. I believe that anyone who is having a Lab or wants to bring home one, should remain conscious about forming good habits in the Labs. These good habits can ensure good health of the dog and can also make the owner happy. To form these habits, the training should start at very early stage. At the very early stage, Labradors can form the habit of biting, barking and wetting. So that, Labrador Training is a must at this stage. For any kind of help related to Labrador training, feel free to contact me. I wil be expecting suggestions from all of you.

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Wouldn't that be expected from any dog breed, not just Labradors?
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Labs are known for being big bitters when they are babies, they have a soft mouth but need to be taught young not to bite hard.

In fact labs are one of the only breeds that can cary a raw egg in their mouth and not break it. But you have to be very careful with the baby labs because they do mouth much more than many other breeds.

they also pee with excitement or fear some times.

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