Can chocolate labs be aggressive?

Table of contents:

  1. Can chocolate labs be aggressive?
  2. Do chocolate labs live longer?
  3. Are chocolate labs dumber?
  4. Do chocolate labs have health problems?
  5. What color eyes should a chocolate lab have?
  6. Do Lab puppies eyes stay green?

Can chocolate labs be aggressive?

Happily, Labradors are not known to be aggressive dogs. In fact, they are generally known for having a laid back, friendly and patient personality – which makes them such a great family dog. However, some Labradors can have behavioral issues.

Do chocolate labs live longer?

Chocolate Labrador retrievers live significantly shorter lives than other labs, a finding that surprised researchers from Sydney and London who studied more than 33,000 British veterinary records from the breed. ... The median longevity for all labs is about 12 years, while the median age for chocolate labs was 10.

Are chocolate labs dumber?

Is there a Lab coloration that determines how smart a dog will be? The short answer is no. ... Almost weekly someone tells us that chocolates are dumber than blacks and yellows, yellow Labs are smarter than black Labs, chocolate Labs are smarter than black Labs, etc.

Do chocolate labs have health problems?

Chocolate Labs are also more prone to health problems, such as ear and skin infections, and joint conditions. ... The limited gene pool for chocolate Labs, the researchers say, has subsequently resulted in the proliferation of genes responsible for ear and skin infections, among other health problems.

What color eyes should a chocolate lab have?

As with the yellow and black Labs, a chocolate Lab's eyes can be brown. Unlike the others, hazel is a permissible eye shade for the chocolate Lab. Whatever the eye color, his eye rims should be brown.

Do Lab puppies eyes stay green?

Even though most Labrador Retriever puppies are born with blue eyes, starting at the age of 12 weeks old, you will see your Labrador Retriever's eyes change to their permanent color. Some Labrador Retriever's eyes do not change to their real eye color even up until the age of 16 weeks of age.