Why Labrador Retrievers Are Our Favorite Breed

Labrador Retrievers


Did you know that the Labrador Retrievers breed was originated on the island of Newfoundland? This is an island off the coast of Canada. These beautiful creatures were actually bred to help humans, however; people quickly realized that Labs are not only hard workers but they are kind and sweet in nature. These magnificent animals have been used to assist humans for centuries.    As a matter of fact, historically Labs have been helping fisherman for years by retrieving rope and fetching fish out of cold waters.  Today, Labs are used for so many other reasons.  They help hunters to retrieve; they are used to help find people who are lost; they are even used to help humans in a way that can actually change someone’s life.  They give people with disabilities a chance to live a more productive and independent lifestyle.  That’s what makes them such amazing therapy dogs.

Understanding Labrador Retrievers

Have you ever wondered why Labrador Retrievers are always used as Service Dogs?  A Labrador retriever is a highly versatile breed which is considered one of the best canine breeds trained as a therapy dog. They are hard-working with an extraordinary intelligence that makes them good candidates for training to become proficient in the demands of a therapy dog’s nature of work. A Lab is also known for its friendliness and sociability. Their sunny disposition makes them an excellent family dog as well as a service dog.

These furry companions are not only good natured but, they work so hard for their owners that you can’t help but love them for the loyalty that they will show you.   Labs make service dogs because they are extremely obedient.  They listen and they do their best to do a good job at any task that they are given.

With all their special talents and loving nature it is no wonder why the Labrador Retriever has been considered the number one dog of America. We know that we are only training the best breed of dog to help assist you with your needs.   This is why the community of SDWR feels confident in connecting you with one of these wonderful companions.  We understand the training of Service Dogs dogs capitalize on a Lab’s affectionate demeanor. Training channels a Lab’s desirable traits enable them to shower affection and comfort to the people that need them most.

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