HELPING LABRADORS WITH A NEW BABY

Pets, particularly dogs are our companions, often regarded as members of our own families. Dogs are capable of love and affection, are intuitive, and have emotional and physical needs of their own.

Although they can not speak for themselves, their opinions and needs need to be taken into account not unlike we would treat any member of the human race. A good pet owner is receptive to and proactive when caring for their special family member.

SUSANA OPEN FOR BREEDING

Accredited Labrador breeder, Susana Labradors, is so proud of their Studs that they were once kept exclusively for breeding within Susana Labradors choice lines and kennels. However, in an excited new development, Susana Labs is now offering their AKC Labrador Stud Services to approved females outside their lines.

This is a rare opportunity and one that should be considered a privilege to boast about. All bitches also come with free lifetime Pet Insurance.

70 PURE BLOODS REGISTERED

At the single dog registration camp, over 70 dogs were provided pure breed certification here on Sunday. Canines above six months of age took part in the camp and walked away with the certificates. The camp was organised by Mysore Kennel Club.

Maximum certified dog was Labrador Retriever along with other breeds like Golden Retriever, Great Dane, St Bernard and German Shepherd. The kennel camp is organised annually to facilitate pure breed dog owners to get their pets certified.

BREEDERS FEAR NEW RULES

Peaches rolls in the grass by the feet of his breeder, Hubert Lavy. The French bulldog casually sniffs Lavy’s shoes and jeans, finding the scent of the other dogs at the kennel.

“If you ever want a pet, this is what you get,” he said. “They are the most loving, comical pets.”

ON TREND: DESIGNER DOGS

It’s the hottest trend in the pet world today. Hybrid, or designer dogs are not only hot - they’re irresistible. And, genetically, they’re a sound investment. They were designed that way.

It wasn’t that long ago crossbreeds were just plain old mutts. But today those same pups might be prized for their genetically mixed characteristics. They might have a special name - Colliedors or Labracolls. And they certainly would cost a small fortune (anywhere from $1000 to $1500 and up, way up).