The average Labrador Puppy Litter is 6-8 pups with the average life span of 10-14 years. A full grown Male Labrador Weight can be in between from 27 Kg to 55 kg and Female Labrador 25 kg to 45 kg. Generally, the Labrador puppies start nibbling in three weeks, at that time soft-food should be given to them and at the fourth week of age, the pups should be fed hard food at least four times a day.
The puppies need a balanced Diet which contains just the right amount of protein, fat, carbohydrate, thirteen different vitamins and twenty different minerals to ensure that they stay in peak condition. These nutrients must be present, not only in the correct amounts, but also in the correct proportion to each other to provide a nutritionally complete and balanced diet.
Training a Labrador puppy is essential. The intelligence and eager to please nature of the Labrador make them a highly trainable breed - they are gifted and willing students. The early puppy socialization is vital for a Labrador. It helps them to be comfortable around all types of people, animals and our human world in general.