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​Labrador Retriever a Perfect Apartment Dog: A Review

DOI: 10.18805/BKAP325    | Article Id: BKAP325 | Page : 353-354
Citation :- ​Labrador Retriever a Perfect Apartment Dog: A Review.Bhartiya Krishi Anusandhan Patrika.2021.(36):353-354
Ajit Pal Singh ajit.singh1@sharda.ac.in
Address : Department of Medical Lab Technology, School of Allied Health Sciences, Sharda University, Greater Noida-201 310, Uttar Pradesh, India.
Submitted Date : 7-07-2021
Accepted Date : 8-09-2021

Abstract

Dogs are considered to be the most loyal companion of Mankind since ages. They are considered to be the decedents of wolfs. They hold their decent from antient extinct species of wolfs and recently available grey wolfs. Owing to its loyalty and affectionate nature they are the first domesticated animal in man’s world for 15000 years ago. Firstly, they were used by hunters during the time of hunting and were used as to gather the hunts, as in those days’ agriculture was not in practice. This long relationship between human and dogs made them quite loyal and adaptable to human needs. They can eat anything which a man can provide to them and happily accommodates with Human. There are large number of dogs breed which is available in various countries having their own individual traits. They vary in their shape, size, colours, behaviour and their sensory capabilities. Some of dogs are calm and some are aggressive in nature, due to which their utility changes, as they perform many roles for mankind, such as hunting, herding, pulling loads, protection, assisting police and the military, companionship, therapy and aiding disabled people. This relationship with mankind has earned them a title “Man’s best friend”. There are many popular dog breeds in India such as 1) Beagles 2) German Shepherd 3) Great Dane, 4) Labrador Retriever, 5) Boxer, 6) Rottweiller, 7) Pug, 8) Golden Retriever, 9) Cocker Spaniel 10) Dachshund etc.

Keywords

​Adaptable Affectionate Breed Dog Labrador

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