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Labrador Retriever Dog Raising & Training 101 is your comprehensive guide to bringing home a Labrador retriever! Whether you bring home a new puppy or an adult Labrador, this guide covers everything you need to know to get started including:

  • Health certifications to look out for when choosing a new Labrador puppy
  • Helping your new Labrador puppy to adjust to his or her new home
  • How to maximize your training efforts with your Labrador
  • How to tap in to your Labrador's natural instincts to promote good behavior
  • Commonly seen illnesses and health conditions in the Labrador retriever
  • Signs of aging to look for in your Labrador retriever
  • How to maintain a well-behaved senior adult Labrador
  • And much more!

If you have never owned a Labrador retriever and are considering adding one to your family any time soon, give this book a listen to find out what you are in for!

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Great overview with terrible editing

This is my third Labrador training audiobook. Compared to the others it’s very well rounded. Although, it does not go into any detail regarding HOW to train specific commands, rather just what commands should be taught. Also, the editing is really bad. Constant static in the background and at some point a (microwave?) goes off in the background, causing the reader to repeat what she just said. Not a big deal but not very clean. Otherwise a recommended listen for general knowledge pertaining to the Labrador Retriever.