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“My pride and joy !! ”

Written on: 25/07/2013 by wilcoswalkers (1 review written)

I have a 3yr old choc lab called Wilco who I have raised sine he was 8 weeks old and I can't recommend this breed of dog highly enough (particularly for a family) Loyal to the hilt , gentle, daft,hilarious and gorgeous would be the words I'd use to describe him. Don't be fooled into thinking this breed is "thick" as some people call them , they understand commands and once you teach the basics they are wonderful to train. Althought it's true they are very hard work as puppies and very needy !… Read Full Review

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“i love my choccy !!!”

Written on: 25/06/2013

i inherited a 5 month old choc lab,we call her sophie,shes now coming up to a year old,she lives with a 14 month old jack russel.at the start they were enamies for 12 hours,after that they become best of friends.totally devoted to each other,sophie is loveable,daft and very sociable,shes my best friend,my companion,as shes growing up shes learning more how to behave herself as she is a big 'chancer',but now all is calm,they need toys,bones and 100% loyalty from the owner i find.so if you have… Read Full Review

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“Worth all the work”

Written on: 14/05/2013

My chocolate lab was a handful when I brought him home at 4 months. I honestly didn't know what I was getting into. A lab puppy is a full time job and requires a lot of patience. BUT it was worth every moment. My lab has brought out the best parts of every one in my family. I can't imagine life without my big goofy lab. He goes everywhere we go and I look forward to the next 10 years with him… Read Full Review

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“Gun dog. The AKC describes the Labrador's temperament...”

Written on: 24/02/2013 by bburk1337 (1 review written)

Gun dog. The AKC describes the Labrador's temperament as a kind, pleasant, outgoing and tractable nature. Even tempered, excellent family dog. Very intelligent and full of energy. Frequently trained to aid blind and autistic people; therapy dogs… Read Full Review

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“Best Friends EVER! ”

Written on: 17/07/2012 by Chassidy839 (1 review written)

I have two Chocolate Lab puppies, one being 7 Months of age and the other of 3 months. After falling in love with the first and oldest puppy, Brantley, We just HAD to get a second, Colt. They are, by far the MOST AMAZING pets a person could ever ask for. They have completely different personalities but at the end of the day my boyfriend and I love them both the same. Brantley is calm, and very chill until around bed time. Then he's running laps through our home and jumping from couch to couch… Read Full Review

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“big bundle of fun !”

Written on: 09/07/2011 by lezzlesno1 (1 review written)

I have a choc lab , 3 yr old , inherited her as a 6 month old pup . Pippa is my first owned dog as an adult , but grew up with border collies , so well used to handling dogs . Have to say she is the goofiest dog i have ever come across , daft as a brush ! but she is the sweetest , well tempered , friendliest dog i have ever met . Loyal !!!! i can,t have a bath or use the toilet without her sitting there with her big hazel eyes staring at me . Too anyone who wants a loving docile family pet… Read Full Review

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“We have a 3 year old chocolate lab named Penny. As a...”

Written on: 22/05/2011

We have a 3 year old chocolate lab named Penny. As a puppy she was a holy terror. Lol. But one day something clicked and she just suddenly got everything we had been trying to teach her. No accidents. You never have to tell her anything twice. My husband has even trained her to listen to snapping. You don't even have to say a word. Just snap and she knows to go to bed. She is the most loyal and loving dog. She loves the cat we got when she was 2 even though she didn't grow up with her. She's… Read Full Review

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“I have a chocolate brown labrador called muffin shes 5...”

Written on: 21/02/2011

I have a chocolate brown labrador called muffin shes 5 and is butiful i love my dog me and my family were lucy to get such a good dog our last one would run off at the park and not been seen for days. B ut my dog now is much frendlier and nicer shes realy realy a good dog… Read Full Review

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“We got our lab from a sanctuary. He was from a puppy...”

Written on: 18/02/2011 by jctwyn01 (1 review written)

We got our lab from a sanctuary. He was from a puppy farm and was totally traumatised. It took 3 months of patient loving to train him but was all worthwhile. He is the most beautiful dog ever. He is so obedient and loving and no trouble at all now.You can take him anywhere. I would recommend a lab to anyone looking for a dog.Why not get one from a rescue centre or sanctuary. They are worth the effort to train… Read Full Review

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“i am so pleased that everyone feels the same as i do...”

Written on: 06/02/2011

i am so pleased that everyone feels the same as i do about their chocolate labs - i have a 14 month old called chester who i totally and utterly adore. he is fantastic with the children, loves to be with other dogs - the more the merrier and makes us laugh every day. so many people have commented on what a lovely dog he is and i am so proud that he is mine. the best 40th birthday present i could ever wish for!… Read Full Review

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Guest's Comment

Written on: 27/05/2012

We lost our lovely girl Biscuit, a Chocolate Lab 4 weeks ago with an inoperable tumour on the heart. Biscuit had a lovely nature, but was world class at digging enormous holes in the garden. On Friday I picked our next Choc Lab Polly, who will be with us in a few weeks. We are having the garden re-turfed in preparation, and will scatter Biscuits ashes on it when it is laid.

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“we have a 9week old chocolate labrador puppy called...”

Written on: 05/02/2011

we have a 9week old chocolate labrador puppy called Zieva she is so loving and wants to be everyones friend. she is great with our two cats even though there not that keen on her. we have a 3 year old shih tzu that she loves to snuggle up to at night. she is great with her puppy wee mats she just started using them all by herself… Read Full Review

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“ WE HAD TO HAVE OUR CHOCOLATE LABRADOR CALLED MARLEY...”

Written on: 29/01/2011

WE HAD TO HAVE OUR CHOCOLATE LABRADOR CALLED MARLEY PUT TO SLEEP HE WAS NEARLY 13 YEARS OLD WE ALL HAVE ALL FOUND IT DIFFICULT NOT HAVING HIM AROUND.
WE ARE GOING TO HAVE HIS ASHES SCATTERED ON ASHDOWN FOREST A PLACE WHERE HE LOVED TO WALK
TO LOSE A GREAT FRIEND IS HARDER THAN PEOPLE THINK… Read Full Review

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Samandben's Comment

Written on: 08/10/2012

Our chocolate lab was 13 in August. I'd like to ask you how you made the decision to put your dog to sleep. Our dog still has an appetite, but has messed in the house, peed on the floor, has a problem with her right hip so that you can hear her drag her leg when she gets up after napping. On the other hand, once she gets going, she'll walk to the mailbox, walk out onto the porch to be wih us, etc. I just don't know. Please help

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“We have a 15 month old chocolate lab called Maddie,...”

Written on: 27/01/2011

We have a 15 month old chocolate lab called Maddie, who is the most loving dog you could ever wish for. She is a bit on the loopy side and has a tendency to pinch socks and other items (especially food!!) and run off with them if they're left around. She has boundless energy and requires a lot of exercise but absolutely loves being walked and runs around fields for hours if she can.
She chewed a few things as a puppy but generally is great company and good fun for all the family. The children… Read Full Review

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“We have a 9 week old Chocolate Labrador girl called...”

Written on: 15/12/2010

We have a 9 week old Chocolate Labrador girl called Coco who is an absolute bundle of joy and we love her to bits. She instantly became part of our family and can't imagine life before having her. She is the first dog we have ever owned. She has been easy to house train with the aid of bits of chicken breast (choc labs love food lol!!) and she can sit and give her paw. She loves playing with her toys but will pinch and run off with slippers, shoes, etc if they are left lying around. She… Read Full Review

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“We got our coco from a rescue centre in sept, and she...”

Written on: 07/12/2010

We got our coco from a rescue centre in sept, and she is coming up to her first birthday later this month. She is wonderful, got her as a companion for our other dog, following the death of her last friend. They get on brillently although I would say coco is the leader already lol.

The only downside is that she is high energy which is fine when you have to dogs to walk regularly, but loves everything and everyone and still trying to work on her running off to strangers and other dogs… Read Full Review

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Guest's Comment

Written on: 01/01/2012

Hi we have just rescued our chocolate lab from Labrador Welfare and he has been with us 8 weeks now. He sounds just like Coco, so loving, full of high level energy and always wants to meet strangers and other dogs. He was so distracted by other people and dogs and wouldn't come on recall but I had a trainer and she advised me to carry very tiny tiny pieces of cheese everywhere we went and now we have now problem with George on the recall. He is an absolute gorgeous dog and he also requires constant attention. Hope this is helpful to you.

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“We have a chocolate labrador called Crunchie who is...”

Written on: 31/10/2010

We have a chocolate labrador called Crunchie who is now 17 and a half and still going strong! They are the nicest dogs and have thoroughly enjoyed raising him. They are excellent with children and become part of the family in a second!… Read Full Review

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“Our chocolate girl "Pickle" is a lovely dog, now 8...”

Written on: 12/09/2010

Our chocolate girl "Pickle" is a lovely dog, now 8 months old. Chocolate labs demand lots of attention so be sure that you can give this before getting one. We're were knackered after a few weeks when she was 9 weeks old. V. naughty, playful nature, pestilent even. But wonderful and very funny. Be sure that you get one that has been well socialised as Pickle was be a bit shy of strangers and barked a lot presumably due to breeder not having handled her enough in the very early weeks. I… Read Full Review

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Jannney's Comment

Written on: 24/11/2010

I have an 8 month old chocolate lab, she is still a real handful, she will take basic commands but is hyperactive, she still gets us up thru the night to go out. Like the book Marley I couldn't take her to training classes because they would throw her old. Have you any tips or is yours still like this? I'm tired at getting up and at my wits end. We have always had labs but this is our first chocolate lab.
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“We have a 10 week old Chocolate Labrador named Cadbury...”

Written on: 01/07/2010 by Cadbury1 (1 review written)

We have a 10 week old Chocolate Labrador named Cadbury and even though we have only had him two weeks i cannot imagine our lives with out him. He is still so naughty but is starting puppy classes in 3 weeks and we also plan to do obediance classes. This is our first labrador so have no experience with them but Cadbury is so cute and he can sit and give his paw already! He makes me laugh all the time and i absolutely love him. As long as you know what you are getting into, you can't go past… Read Full Review

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Written on: 11/01/2010

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“ I have a two Year old (Rusty) chocolate lab, he...”

Written on: 04/11/2009

I have a two Year old (Rusty) chocolate lab, he enjoys running with me on my bike, it took approx. six weeks of work to train Rusty for this, he does very good. in the beginning he would stop me when he needed to poop, the last few days(we ride and run daily)he has been pooping while at a trot,I always stop when he shows the need, Question, should I be worried… Read Full Review

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