Comments on Training Overview: The Labrador Retriever Puppy

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Lauren   Statesboro, GA

12/28/2011 8:54:14 AM

It helped me a lot! i really like the come trick. My dog has such a hard time with it, and when I tried the two person game with my husband it worked
beautifully!
thanks a bunch!!!

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Linda   Lake City, SC

5/8/2011 8:12:32 AM

I found a black lab aside a highway I bought him home he was about 2 months at the time now he is a dog from hell he eat everything in sight we have done everything to stop his eating the last thing he ate was my husband motorcycle seat,has anyone got a answer to this i really dont want to get rid of him.

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Martha   Spartanburg, SC

7/6/2010 5:52:37 PM

the information provided was right on target, having had a Lab for 11 years. They are wonderful dogs and easily trained.

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michelle   union, KY

4/21/2010 5:59:48 AM

they are one of the hardest dogs to train

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Demi   Burmington, VT

8/1/2009 5:40:35 PM

i have a beautiful yellow lab, and he loves to play and is almost completely housebroken after two
weeks.
however, i must disagree with the doggy daycare thing. my mom has a golden that went to the daycare, but while there a pitbull bit him in the nose, and the people didnt do anything.

i leave my dog at home when i go to school, and even then theres always my parents and their dog at home to keep
company.
anyway this was a good overview.

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Niecy   Brooklyn, NY

5/8/2009 7:25:51 PM

I have a Black Lab and have had him for 7 years now. We got him when he was 2
months.

The guide this site gives is great advice on how to train your puppy. Even till this day my cousins and I will act like big kids and play hide and seek with my Lab. They learn more on their own also as they get older. My dog has tought him self how to open doors, let you know what he wants ( go outside, hungry etc..)


The only thing i would have to disagree with is the doggy daycare. My dog is just fine at home with his blanket he carries around the house, and our cat while I leave for skool and my mom goes to work. Also country homes with huge space is a plus, but not needed.

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Jith.   Colombo Sri Lanka, AK

10/6/2007 10:39:11 AM

This is more a seeking of guidance. I read the web site with great interest.Thank you very much for this most informative subject
matter.
We have had a Lab for the last 13 years and recently had to have him put to sleep as he was very
ill.

My wife and I are about to get a 9 week old male

Lab puppy and would like advice on when we should start his
training.

A diffuculty we have is that in our home ibn Sri Lanka we have a several domestic staff who do not speak English -but our last dog understood both English and Sinhalese words of love etc but not words of obedience since the domestic aides are inclined to be too soft and frrl it is unkind to be firm ot correct the bad
behaviour.

However with this aside - we would appreciate some guidance on at waht age we should actually start the more meaningful
training.

Hope you can
help
Thank you

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