Labrador Retriever Pedigrees

Browse over 161,000 dogs in our Labrador Retriever database.

Height:
21.5 to 24.5 Inches

Weight:
55 to 80 Lbs.

Life Span:
12-14 Years

About Labrador Retrievers

More commonly known as just a "Lab", the Labrador Retriever originated in Newfoundland, Canada in the late 19th century. The breed was developed from a cross between the St. John's Water Dog and the Newfoundland Dog, and was initially used as a fishing and retrieving dog by fishermen. The breed was known for its strong retrieving instincts, soft mouth, and love of water, making it a valuable asset on fishing boats.

In the early 20th century, the Labrador Retriever was introduced to England and became a popular breed for hunting and retrieving game. The breed quickly gained popularity in other countries, including the United States, where it became one of the most popular breeds for hunting, as well as for obedience and agility training. Today, the Labrador Retriever is one of the most popular breeds in the world and is widely used as a service dog, therapy dog, and companion animal. The breed is known for its friendly, outgoing, and eager-to-please personality, making it a beloved pet for families and individuals alike.


Labrador Retriever Breeding

Pedigree breeding for the Labrador Retriever is a practice that is focused on maintaining and improving the breed's characteristics, temperament, and physical appearance. This is typically done through controlled breeding between purebred Labradors that have been registered with a kennel club, such as the American Kennel Club (AKC). The aim of pedigree breeding is to produce offspring that are healthy, well-behaved, and closely resemble the ideal standard for the breed, as defined by the kennel club. This process often involves extensive genetic testing and health screenings to ensure that only the healthiest and most suitable dogs are used for breeding. The result is a consistent and predictable outcome in terms of temperament, appearance, and health, which is why many people prefer to purchase a purebred Labrador from a reputable breeder.

Labrador Retriever Pedigree Reports

You'll find a sample 5 generation Labrador Retriever pedigree from our database below. To learn more about the dog's lineage, click on any ancestor in the pedigree to dig deeper. Hovering your mouse over the icons will bring up photos, health, genetic and additional information such as color, unique markings and show titles. Inbred ancestors are highlighted with matching colors within pedigree charts so you can easily spot them. Each pedigree report also contains additional reports for offspring, siblings, linebreeding, inbreeding and test matings. Our knowledgebase also offers additional resources to help you read and understand pedigrees.

AM GCH, CA Ch Gateway's Nothin but Trouble

Female Labrador Retriever
BISS GCH CH

Yellow

2004-03-21

CH

Labrador Retriever


Labrador Retriever

CH

Labrador Retriever
CH

Labrador Retriever
BISS CH

Labrador Retriever

1996-09-27

CH

Labrador Retriever
CH

Labrador Retriever

Labrador Retriever

2002-05-20

CH (US)

Labrador Retriever

1998-03-31


Labrador Retriever
CH

Labrador Retriever
BISS CH

Labrador Retriever

1997-08-28

JH
CH

Labrador Retriever
CH (AKC)
WC CH

Labrador Retriever
BISS CH (US)
CH (US)

Labrador Retriever

2004-04-29

BISS CH

Labrador Retriever

2002-03-17

BISS AMCH

Labrador Retriever

1999-02-17

CGC
AM/PHIL GCH

Labrador Retriever
SH CH
AMCH

Labrador Retriever
CH
CH
BISS AKC CH

Labrador Retriever
Yellow

1998-12-10

CH (INT/MULTI)

Labrador Retriever
AMCH

Labrador Retriever
BISS CH
CH

Labrador Retriever

CH (US)

Labrador Retriever

1996-07-17

Ch.

Labrador Retriever
Ch.

Labrador Retriever
CH
CH

Labrador Retriever


Labrador Retriever
CH

Labrador Retriever
INT WLD FR AM CAN