Happy And Friendly Yellow Labradors
Yellow Labradors are one of the most popular types of Labrador for families to buy or get for their children. Much of this comes from the fact that yellow Labradors have been featured in movies quite often and they have always been portrayed as being intelligent, loving, and heroic. While the yellow Labrador is a very intelligent and loving breed of dog, the movies often portray them as being more than they are in real life, which can lead to disappointment if a child gets a yellow Labrador puppy and does not understand what goes into caring for and training a high energy dog that is going to grow to be very large very quickly. A clear understanding of what kind of work goes into raising a yellow Labrador is very important before a person gets one for himself or herself, or before a person gets one for another family member such as a child.
A Happy Dog
Overall, yellow Labradors are very happy and well-adjusted animals. They have a lot of love for those that care for them, and they are playful with children and adults alike. They are large dogs, usually strong but not heavily built, with large heads and long tails. Sleek and powerful, the yellow Labrador makes friends easily with both humans and other dogs, and can be taught to get along with and accommodate almost any other pets that a person or a family might have. This is a very important consideration for a family or individual that might already have a dog, or that might have cats, birds, or other animals that a dog might not get along with. When bringing a yellow Labrador into the family, this is usually not a problem.
A Friendly Dog
Yellow Labradors are also extremely friendly dogs and they enjoy the company of people very much. This is important to remember when considering whether to get a yellow Labrador for oneself or one's family because these dogs need attention and affection. Because they need these things, they also need families or people that have the time and the resources to provide them with these things. Many people acquire a dog because they want the security and companionship that it brings, but they fail to realize the work and dedication that is also involved in owning a dog and therefore they are not prepared for what they encounter when they bring home a yellow Labrador.