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labrador dog   

Background information about a dog breed, their physical characteristics, and their behavior.    Introduction    The Labrador breed of dog is known for its friendly and outgoing personalities, making them excellent family companions. 

The breed is also known for its fur, which is almost always black, with a mixture of white on its chest, legs, and ears. They come in a variety of sizes, from miniature to giant, with the majority falling in the small to medium range.

The first animal to be domesticated in New World was the Labrador Retriever. They were originally from Newfoundland and were used for pulling heavy sleds. The breed was named for the town of its origin, Labrador, in Newfoundland, and was originally used for fishing. Today, Labradors are considered one of the most popular breeds in the United States, with an estimated 7 million dogs in the country.

In the movie The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, when a character is in a dark place, they often think of their Labrador dog. When things are tough, the best thing to do is to think of your best friend, who will cheer you up and remind you that life is worth living. The Labrador is the most common breed of dog in the United States, and there are many varieties of this breed. They are often brown, black, or white, and have a thick coat.

The Labrador is one of the most popular dog breeds in the world. These friendly and affectionate dogs are known for their bright eyes, thick coats, and their ability to play hard all day without tiring. With their friendly and social demeanor, Labrador dogs make great family pets.

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