- n. A Labrador retriever.
“My final decision was to brake and the next thing I know a labrador is bouncing off the net behind me.”
“The good news is that Calvo and his family adopted a new labrador from a shelter and are working to restore some order back into their life.”
“In their demo, its “query term labrador = the province in Canada or the dog”.”
“A labrador is a happy-go-lucky dog," Gillette said.”
“DIAMOND: Well, what sets them apart is they are a cross between a labrador which is like one of the sweetest, sweetest breed, and the poodle.”
“Are a hand full of mutts (lets face it they’re not likely to have used a golden retreiver or a labrador are they, more than likely it would of been a dobermen of some other CANINE similar to a hyinea or something) worth a break full in medical sceince which in future will save millions or do you just feel content eating hundreds of animals through your life just to support your.”
“The Labour candidate told listeners to his LBC phone-in show that the labrador puppy was to be called Cuba.”
“Chase a yellow labrador pup at ten weeks of age took to carrying around his stuffed toy duck all the time.”
“This is Moose (labrador/weimaraner) at six weeks old.”
“THE DILEMMA I want to take my husband somewhere nice for our silver anniversary, but he refuses to put our labrador into a kennel, so I need somewhere dogs are welcome.”
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