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  • Breed: Yellow Labrador Retriever
  • Group: Purebred
  • Height: 22-25"
  • Weight: 65-80 lbs
  • HypoAllergenic: No
  • Coat: Short
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Our Yellow Labrador Retriever puppies for sale make one of the best companions for a family and home.  Consistently one of the most popular dog breeds, Labrador Retrievers are friendly, excellent with children and other animals, and ready for any activity.  Browse our Yellow Labrador Retriever puppies for sale and bring home your family’s new best friend!

Do you want a family addition that is great with children, loves to be involved with any family activity, and is one of the friendliest and kindest dog breeds available?

If that describes your next puppy, then browse our Yellow Labrador Retriever puppies for sale below!

Labrador Retriever puppies have been one of the best-selling breeds for years, and they are famous with families for a reason. They are an easy-going breed that is friendly with humans and animals, have outgoing personalities, and are very sweet when interacting with humans and children.

Yellow Labrador Retrievers are known for their dark to light yellow coat, and it is one of the most common colors available with the Labrador Retriever breed. Other colors of lab include White Labs, Black Labs, Chocolate Labs, and Red Fox Labs.

If your family is ready for the next perfect companion for your home, then purchase your Yellow Labrador Retriever puppy today!

You can also view our Chocolate, Black, or White Labrador Retriever puppies. And if your looking for another breed, take a look at our other available puppies for sale!

Friendly: The Labrador Retriever breed is known for their friendly personalities. It doesn’t matter if they meet strangers or other animals, Labs love making new friends and being with other people and animals. For this reason, they don’t usually make the best guard dogs.

Outgoing: Labrador Retriever dogs are not shy! They are full of energy and love to be involved in whatever is happening around them. Labrador Retriever puppies need regular training when they are young to help them properly harness their energy and enthusiasm.

Family-oriented: Labrador Retriever puppies are one of the most-loved puppies by children, and they quickly become one of the family. Labs love interacting with family members, and they do well in playing with and being gentle with children.

Companion: Labrador Retrievers quickly know who their family and main tribe are. Even though they enjoy strangers, Labs always come back to their home tribe. They also love being involved with whatever their owners are doing.

Smart: Labrador Retrievers are an intelligent breed and can be trained to do a variety of tasks. Originally used as a water retriever, Labs still love retrieving things to this day, but they are used in other roles such as guide dogs or search-and-rescue.

Adaptable: Chocolate Labs are adaptable dogs that can do well in various living environments, including houses with yards or apartments. However, they do require regular exercise and mental stimulation.

Retrieving Instincts: Labrador Retrievers, including Chocolate Labs, have strong retrieving instincts. They often enjoy playing fetch and carrying objects in their mouths.

Remember that individual puppies, regardless of coat color, can have their own unique personalities and quirks. It’s essential to spend time with a puppy before bringing one into your home to ensure their temperament matches your family’s lifestyle and preferences.

The Labrador Retriever breed has its origins in Newfoundland, which is off the Canadian coast.  Originally called “St. John’s Dog,” they were used as retrievers in the water for hunters and fishermen. 

It is thought that the St. John’s Dog was crossbred in the 1700s with the Newfoundland Dog and other smaller water dogs.

British sailors who visited northern North America noticed the speed and ability of these dogs, and they began bringing them back to England.  One of the most notable British to bring back one of these dogs was the Earl of Malmesbury.  He used his new dogs to help hunt in the swamps and water of his estate.

The breed continued to grow in popularity, and in 1903 the Labrador Retriever was officially recognized by the English Kennel Club.  The American Kennel Club recognized the Labrador Retriever in 1917.

The Yellow Labrador Retriever was at first not the most popular color, and Black Labs were more popular in the 1900s.  Today, the term “Yellow Labrador Retriever” can cover a wide range of colors – including pale cream, butterscotch, and even Labs with a reddish tint.

Labrador Retrievers generally grow to be 22-25″ tall at the shoulder and weigh around 65-80 pounds as adults.

The Labrador Retriever breed has a typical lifespan of 10-12 years.

Yellow Labrador Retrievers have a beautiful outer yellow coat, although the coat will vary from lighter to darker shades of yellow. They typically have a black nose to accompany the yellow color.

Being made for the water, Labrador Retrievers have a double-layer waterproof coat that protects them from both cold and moisture. The topcoat is a shorter coat that is straight, and the undercoat is a softer and water-resistant coat.

The result of these coats is that Labs shed a lot!

Thankfully, their coats are easy to groom, and most Labrador Retrievers are receptive to grooming, especially if started at a young age and done consistently. Labs should be groomed several times a week, or daily if kept inside.

Labrador Retrievers are an overall healthy breed, and they don’t usually require any unusual care.

Due to their floppy ears and their love for water, you will want to check regularly behind the ears for infection. To prevent infection, make sure the ears completely dry out whenever your Yellow Labrador Retriever becomes wet.

Like all dogs, Labs are susceptible to hip and elbow dysplasia. Hip and elbow dysplasia occurs when the leg or hip becomes weakened, and it can result in arthritis or lameness if not addressed.

One of the best ways to prevent this is by keeping your dog from excessive running on hard surfaces. This is especially vital when they are a puppy.

In talking of allergen levels with Labs, it is important to know what causes allergens.

Allergens are caused by dander, which is dead skin cells. Any animal, including humans, shed these dead cells.

With their tendency to be heavy shedders, Yellow Labrador Retrievers are not the most allergen-friendly dog. Regular grooming helps reduce the allergens, but if allergens are a concern, it is always good to consult with your family physician.

If you want a Labrador Retriever with lower shedding, take a look at our Labradoodle puppies for sale!

  • Is the yellow color recessive in Labradors?
    Yes. The black gene is dominant in Labs, which is why black is the most common color for a lab. You only get a yellow lab if the puppy inherits two yellow genes from its parents.
  • Does the color of a Lab really affect its personality?
    Some claim that a Lab’s coat color affects its personality. For example, some think Chocolate Labs tend to be noisier and rowdier than other colors, and that Black Labs are the smartest. However, there is no evidence that this is true. There are few studies to back up these theories, and personality depends more on breeding than coat color.
  • How do Yellow Labs compare in price to other colors of Labradors?
    The price of a Labrador puppy depends on factors such as breeder, pedigree, and health. However, an analysis of advertisements for the AKC showed that Yellow Labs tend to be more expensive than either black or chocolate labs.
  • Why are Labs so popular?
    Labs are popular for good reason! Their perfect mix of energy, sweetness, and overall good-nature makes them the ideal family dog. Labs are popular because they are simply nice, well-rounded dogs!
  • Do Labs wander a lot?
    Yes, Labs do wander. Some dogs just seem to have built-in wanderlust and Labradors are one of these breeds. If left to themselves they may roam far and wide.
  • What other colors of Labrador dogs are there?
    Labs come in several different colors. These colors are: Black, Chocolate, Yellow, Red fox, Silver, and White. The debate as to which color is best has raged for years. Of course, the answer is whatever color of lab you have!
  • Do Yellow Labradors make good guard dogs?
    Labs can be trained to make excellent guard dogs. However, because of their sweet personalities, it does not come naturally to them. They are usually pretty friendly with strangers.
  • Do Yellow Labs shed a lot?
    Yes. Labs have thick double coats that protect them from cold and repel water. The result is that they shed quite a bit. You may need to groom your lab regularly to keep the shedding under control.
  • Do Yellow Labrador puppies get over-exuberant?
    Labs have a lot of energy! If they get excited, they may become wound up and over-exuberant.
  • Can Yellow Labradors be inside dogs?
    Yup! Labs can be kept outside but they also make decent indoor dogs. Just keep in mind that they are large and need a good amount of exercise, so you will need to take them out to play regularly. You don’t want all that Labrador energy to let loose inside your home!

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