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  • Luckily for us, caring for a Labrador Retriever isn’t as demanding as it is for many other breeds. Well-bred Labradors are relatively low maintenance, fit and healthy dogs.

    Luckily for us, caring for a Labrador Retriever isn’t as demanding as it is for many other breeds. Well-bred Labradors are relatively low maintenance, fit and healthy dogs.

  • Luckily for us, caring for a Labrador Retriever isn’t as demanding as it is for many other breeds. Well-bred Labradors are relatively low maintenance, fit and healthy dogs.

    Luckily for us, caring for a Labrador Retriever isn’t as demanding as it is for many other breeds. Well-bred Labradors are relatively low maintenance, fit and healthy dogs.

  • Luckily for us, caring for a Labrador Retriever isn’t as demanding as it is for many other breeds. Well-bred Labradors are relatively low maintenance, fit and healthy dogs.

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Caring for a Labrador Retriever also involves regular grooming. Understanding how to take care of a dog means that you need to pay attention to your dog’s hygienic needs as well. Labrador Retrievers are classified as being in the “moderate” shedding category, though they do completely replace their coat of fur twice per year (also called “blowing the coat”). However, if you groom your Labrador Retriever at least three times per week, you can greatly reduce the amount of hair they shed onto clothes and furniture.