DBR , IDCR
Living with a Labloodhound
Training: The Labloodhound requires firm consistant training. They are typically very independent and will walk all over you if you let them.
Behavior: The Labloodhound is a very friendly dog who loves everyone they meet.
Barking: The Labloodhound does like to bark a lot and may also howl.
Exercise: The Labloodhound needs lots of daily exercise.
Size: A fully grown Labloodhound can weigh close to 100 pounds.
Eyes: The Labloodhound may inherit the hound eyes.
Ears: The ears of the Labloodhound are longer than those of a Lab but not as long as a Hound's.
Body: The Labloodhound has a very deep chest and muscular shoulders with extra rolls of skin on neck and upper back.
Color: The coat of the Labloodhound can be black with white markings.
Coat: The Labloodhound may inherit the hound coat type.
Characteristics: The Labloodhound does have hound in them and therefore should not be allowed to run free or they will start tracking something and be gone for hours. They love to play fetch and tug of war but also like to cuddle and snuggle.
Skin Health: The Labloodhound may have skin allergies inherited from the Lab parent.
Ear Health: The Labloodhound is very prone to ear infections.
Dental Health: The Labloodhound has very strong teeth and can be an excessive chewer.
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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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