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It’s a general consensus that Labrador Retrievers make wonderful family pets. In fact, Labrador Retrievers are the most popular dog breed for families. What makes a good family dog? Temperaments and needs that align with the family’s.
Determining factors that make a ‘good family dog’ is relative to the owner’s preferences and living conditions. This article will cover the temperament and needs of Labrador Retrievers so you can decide if they will make a good family pet for you.
Labrador Retriever Temperament
A common breed temperament does not ensure every dog of that dog breed will be this temperament, it’s just more likely. If you want to be cautious you can administer your own temperament assessment on dogs 5 months and older to make sure you’re bringing home a dog with the right temperament for your household. Here are some of the common Labrador Retriever temperaments that make them great family dogs.
Labrador Retrievers are known for being one of the least aggressive dog breeds towards owners, strangers, and other dogs.
This is great news for a household with children! Accompanied with their naturally high energy, kids can play with this breed for hours without tiring the Labrador Retriever one bit.
Are you looking for a dog that will protect your home? The outgoing nature of Labradors will not make a good guard dog.
Labrador Retrievers are more likely to greet a burglar than to bite them. They tend to form bonds with everyone they come in contact with, which is great for a family setting.
Many children new to pets tend to pull and climb on dogs without thinking of the dog’s reaction to these behaviors. Luckily, it’s pretty difficult to upset a Labrador Retriever and this goes hand in hand with Labrador Retriever’s low aggression. This also means your Lab will be pretty open and friendly to meeting other fellow pets.
Kind & Gentle
Kindness is a bit difficult to define, but Labrador Retrievers are considered to be ‘kind’ due to the fact that tend to be very affectionate and empathetic to their owner. Labradors over the age of three are fairly gentle in nature. Keep in mind, younger Labradors are a bit rambunctious and clumsy which may pose a small problem for toddlers or elderly that have problems balancing.
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