It is quite normal for a Labrador Retriever to experience eye problems. Here are some of the many eye problems that could affect your Labrador Retriever.
Problems related to bladder are common in Labrador Retrievers as well as other breeds. Urinary tract stone disease happens when urinary stone, medically referred to as urolith, forms as microscopic crystals precipitate in the urinary system. This stone may vary in size and number as they form in your pet's urinary bladder.
On one of your amazing adventures on the web, you happen to reach a site about Labrador Retriever. It contains information on how nice and gentle and intelligent these dogs are. And then you see a picture of a dog for adoption. You fell in love with this beautiful and pitiful Labrador Retriever and the next thing you know, you're hitting the 'adopt this dog' button.
Being curious animals with hearty appetites, Labrador Retrievers usually chew on anything that catches their attention. They might get interested in eating insects or dead animals as well as plants in the garden. Unfortunately, there are some plants in which certain parts are poisonous. There are also plants in which all parts are poisonous. Maybe you are not aware that your favorite asparagus fern contains various poisons that cause vomiting, abdominal pain, cramps and even heart, respiratory and kidney problems.