15 Responses to Lab-Pointer

  1. Gregg Walters says:

    Don’t know what kind of dog I have. She supposed to be half pointer half black lab. She’s 6 months old and weighs 45 lbs. Your chart says lab/pointer full grown weighs 35 to 40 pounds. I think she’s half black lab half Shetland pony.

  2. Jules's says:

    We have a Lab Pointer who is almost 3yrs old. We rescued him when he was 8 month from Eleventh Hour Rescue as to what we know he was a abused and possible attacked by other dogs and was hit with sticks 😔 It’s taken us some time to get him out of that stage of been scares if he saw us with a broom or anything that went in form of a stick. I ended up getting my other dog I had homed with a relative since I wasn’t able to have her at the place we rented. Well to make it short they got along she was older so she kind of took over the show but at the same time made him a dog that likes to be pet that likes to be touch that isn’t scared to see us hold a broom or anything object that he might fear 😊our Oreo showed him how to be a normal dog 🐶 ☺️ They got along perfect and at the same time Chewie showed Oreo to be gentle to my babies ☺️ The perfect pair 🐕🐶 😊 Well Oreo just passed away a month ago 😢 we miss her dearly each and every single one of us but specially Chewie he didn’t eat the first 2 days 😐 when he finally eat he would eat only his half of the bow since they shared the bow he would always eat his side leave Oreo her side then come back and finish what was left 🙁 Now he’s eating normal but we notice he’s a little down and becoming very attached to all of us 2 adults 2 kids under 3 to the point that if he sees we are getting ready to go he starts getting all excited like if he’s going with us and we open the door and our he goes 🤦🏼‍♀️ We have cameras in the house and we check at times and we see him the in the couch looking out the window crying and hauling 🙅🏼‍♀️ We tried taking him to the dog park see how he does and boy that was an experience he was growling like we’ve never seen him and it kind of scared me so we left 😐 any suggestions on what we can do to help him go to his old ways? Sorry so long 😬

    • admin says:

      Hi Jules,
      I am so sorry to hear your loss. It seems like Oreo and Chewie were closely bonded, and so Chewie is grieved in the same way we humans are experiencing grief over Oreo’s death. Therefore, you should take some steps to comfort your grieving pet.
      • Carefully monitor your Chewie and pay attention to any signs of distress reactions.
      • Try to keep exercise, walks, playtime, mealtimes, bedtime, grooming, and other regular activities as consistent as you can.
      • Make sure you do not inadvertently reward your Chewie’s distress reactions like anxiety, inactivity, and reduced appetite. Instead, you can distract Chewie with health-giving activities such as a game of fetch, a walk, or short training sessions.
      • Be sure your Chewie is entirely over his sorrow and pain before you bring home a new pet. It is recommended that you wait for at least three to four months and give him time to adjust.
      • You may use some natural grief remedies like OptiBalance Love Lost, Bach flower Honeysuckle, or Spirit Essences Loss Remedy. Consult a vet before administering any of these remedies.

  3. Helen farrugia says:

    I am looking for a lab x pointer puppy can anybody help. I live in Bromley Kent area.

    • Sarah says:

      Are you still looking for lab/pointer? If so check out rescue and regime Cyprus on Facebook – there one pup left – but you’ll have to be quick

  4. Phil says:

    I’m looking female . Do you have dog left

  5. Matt and Joyce says:

    We have just gotten a Blk. Lab. mix puppy and been trying to figure out what she’s mixed with and we believe it’s pointer. The characteristics and the pictures are to the T! At 81/2 wks. she was house trained, by 10 wks. she could sit shake both paws and go and stay on her pillow during family dinners. We live on a small ranch and she’s adjusting to farm life well. She’s been easy to train as long as you keep her attention on the command but learns readily. The only problem is when she gets excited when we come home and Pee’s a little…I’m sure she will grow out of that.She actually look on the computer with me and now thinks she’s royalty The Lady “Luna Rosada”

  6. Greg says:

    Looking for a puppy for my young family

    • Chontelle says:

      We have 7 female’s an 1 male, Lab pointer mix babies an they are very smart an the mother an grandmother are here,so therez 3 generations here too look at

      • Hatti says:

        Hi there,

        By any chance do you have any pups left? Our family pet is a pointer x lab and she’s wonderful. Looking for a pup to join our fanily

      • Terry Gregory says:

        I am interested in a Lab Pointer puppie. Are you a breeder of this mix and do you currently have any puppies or will have in the near future. I live in British Columbia Canada.

        • Nathaly Jones says:

          Hi Terry, we just got a litter of 8 pups of lab/pointer if you are still interested. Ph. 604-309-1151

      • Nathaly Jones says:

        How much do these puppies go for? (we have a litter and wondering how much we should ad them for)

  7. Brayan says:

    We have one of your dog doors and have two new dogs that will not use it the are afraid of the door. I have taken the door off an use a colupe of piece of flooring I had, and they use that with no problems. Also both of my cats use the door and they are small cats. Do you know of a away to train dogs to use the door?

    • Chontelle says:

      What I did was,stand on the other side of door an have pieces of hotdog wenie an call them to the door. Give 1 for just watching you thur the door an keep attention on the treat an what ur saying. Then once they like the door,give sit or laydown command by door. Move around in “at ease maner” then to door an outside. Once outside give treatz an tell them good,an try door in an out with the treats visible. Then when got it,tell them “door potty”

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