The Lab nose is the most powerful ‘instrument’ on earth. It is thought that Labradors could smell sausages 30 years before sausages were even invented.
Labs are natural hypnotists and they know how to use this power to get what they want. Look into those eyes for more than three seconds and you are under their spell. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself handing over every treat in the house, the chicken you were planning to have for dinner, and in extreme cases, your credit card details.
About the same size as the average ironing board, the Lab tongue is capable of delivering kisses at an alarming rate.
Soft, extremely kissable and sensitive enough to hear a packet of treats being opened in the next town.
The Labrador heart is huge and it’s filled with love. Love for EVERYTHING! Including people, socks, food, mud, your bed, sticks the size of small trees, tennis balls that you wouldn’t want to touch without a pair of thick latex gloves and the little squeaker things that live in the belly of stuffed toys.
Labradors shed enough hair to make a big fur hat for planet earth every single day. Or four hats for the moon. I wouldn’t make a hat for the sun though. That would be dangerous.
The powerful, otter-like Lab tail is capable of speeds up to 10,000 WPM (Wags Per Minute) The Lab tail has been known to knock adult elephants clean off their feet. So, the contents of your coffee table stand no chance!
8) GPU (Gas Production Unit)
Many Labradors come fully equipped with an industrial grade GPU. The gas produced by this unit is strong enough to melt steel. Police around the world routinely use canned Lab Gas to disperse unruly crowds.
The Labrador Retriever has three stomachs. One for food, one for treats and another for nasty, smelly, dead things that they come across whilst out for a walk. All three stomachs have a virtually endless capacity.
The Labrador paw is very special. Each paw is designed to soak up four pints of muddy water. The water remains in the paw until it makes contact with carpet. Carpet triggers a mysterious reaction that sucks the water out of the paw and all over your nice clean floor. This phenomenon has baffled scientists for centuries.
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