I've never met a lab that didn't like water.
Labrador Retrievers originated on the coast of Newfoundland in the 17th century. They were trained to bring in the fishing nets through icy waters. Thier short, sturdy limbs and short dense coats made them ideal water dogs. At this time they were known as St. John's water dogs. They were imported to England where breeding continued, and by 1900 were recognized as the Labrador breed.
Aphra is our family pet.
Still pretty at the grand age of seven.
Labradors are intellegent and easily trained. They excell in field sports and obedience competion and are widely used search, guide and hearing ear dogs. These dogs have a high energy level and take much pleasure in all activities.
Labradors are friendly, good natured dogs who adapt easily and are very sociable. They bond well with children and never tire of playing.