It's not a good idea to breed labs who are older than age 5-6 or so.
the oldest lab age would be 15 but normally its 13
I would say the golden retriever is the oldest. Because the oldest one of the golden retriever breeds was a twenty two year old. which is one hundred and fifty four in human age!
16 to 18 years of age is the oldest age
Usually by age 1.
4 to 5 months
A female Labrador can go into heat as earlier as 6 months of age. However, usually it is around the 8 month range.
It depends on the personality or health I'm sure...
probably around 55 lbs.
for full potency it is best to breed no later than the age of 8 years.
the oldest one was 19.5 years old!!
A full-blooded Labrador Retriever should reach his/her full bone growth by 18 months of age, although they may continue to add significant muscle mass until they are 3 years old.
The oldest breed of a beagle would be 46 years old
The average age for any dog to be altered is 6 months--but can be done when the balls drop.
when it gets to the age of 1 or weighs the same as an adult dog
some reach age 17 but most 9-14
Yes, almost 13 years is a very good age for any dog!
I think around 17 years. Most don't live past 12.
19, and he lives in NJ
A full-blooded Labrador Retriever should reach his/her full bone growth by about 18 months of age. However, they may continue to add significant muscle mass until they are 3 years old.
A Labrador usually weighs 70-90 pounds. The females tend to gravitate towards the lower end of the spectrum. The males dogs gravitate towards the upper end.
um it is.................................40 no its not sorry its actually...........................12 that's the max or maybe 15 it but that's the oldest Ive seen :)
The world's oldest ever dog was Bluey, a sheepdog from Australia, who died aged 29 the new oldest dog is lucky the golden retriever who died at the age of 30
This varies by breed but with any breed the litters will start to get smaller as the cat becomes older.