Lovable Labradors – The professional site to buy Labrador puppies and advertise puppies for sale.
- Dedicated to Labrador Retriever dogs and puppies, their owners, breeders and people working in the dog world we provide an easy solution for all your advertising needs.
- We are passionate about dogs, promoting responsible ownership and breeding, bringing you up to date doggy news.
- Advertise puppies for sale – we encourage responsible breeders.
- Looking for a puppy? Firstly read our ‘Finding the right breeder’ guide and then click here to view the puppies currently on our site.
- Considering using your dog for stud? Have a read of ‘Thinking of using your dog as a stud’ or click here to view stud dogs on our site.
What we do to set us apart from other websites:
- Promote the litters/stud dogs which are advertised on our site via our website blog.
- We specialise in Labradors.
- Provide a personal service to our customers.
- Easily advertise puppies for sale with simple steps and instructions.
- Display in depth articles on the Labrador Retriever dog.
Have a question regarding this website, breeding or anything dog related?
- Drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get straight back to you.
What is it?
A microchip is simply an integrated circuit that’s about the size of a grain of rice and is implanted under the skin of your dog, between his shoulders. Basically, a microchip is a permanent way to identify your dog. Every microchip has an identification number, and all of these numbers are stored in a special database. If someone finds your dog and he has a microchip, the identification number will come up when he’s scanned. The vet, shelter worker, or whoever scanned your dog will then contact the microchip company to find out your contact information and then your pet will be returned to you.
How’s it done and does it hurt?
A special device is used to inject the microchip under the skin. It’s a quick procedure that shouldn’t hurt any more than a regular vaccination.
Where can I get it done?
Your local vet and some dog groomers should be able to microchip your pet and it usually costs around £20-£30. Some animal charities also offer this service free of charge.
Why is it important?
Animal charities and local authorities use scanners to check stray animals for microchips. If they don’t have one it’s almost impossible to reunite them with their family. By microchipping your pet, you’ve got a much higher chance of seeing them again if they go missing and it would mean fewer animals were destroyed because no home can be found for them.