If you are a Labrador owner or thinking of introducing a Labrador into your family, you may have heard of a Dudley Labrador.
There is quite a lot of mystique around these special pups, which means they can sometimes struggle to find a home or your breeder might ask for a premium for the pup.
Read on to discover everything you need to know about these handsome dogs. They are just as good a choice for a family dog as any other type of Labrador. However, be aware that they won’t qualify as a show dog.
Black Labradors are known for being goodhunting dogs. The great thing aboutBlack Labradors is that they have become very amazing companions and they areperfect pets.
Even though we think they are very cute,they are one of the least picked Labrador colors out of all of the otherLabradors.
The Fawn Labrador is another subgroup ofthe Yellow Labrador. This Lab is moreyellow than the Fox Red, but it is darker than the Yellow Lab. Even though it is considered a Yellow Lab,many breeders will refer to it as a Fawn Labrador.
Do Dudley Labradors Have Health Issues?
Dudley Labradors suffer from all the same health issues as all purebred Labradors, but they are not susceptible to additional health issues as a result of their pink nose.
Their nose may be more prone to sunburn than those of other Labradors. For this reason, extra precautions should be taken to avoid developing skin cancer in that area.
How long do Labs eyes stay blue?
Will my Labs eyes stay blue?
However, the process occurs slowly and doesn’t happen overnight. It often takes nine to 12 weeks, starting from this point, for a puppy’s eye color to settle in and “stay.” The permanent eye color change can even happen as late as 16 weeks in age.
What causes a Dudley Lab?