Shades of Yellow: 17 Labradors to Brighten Up Your Day
Labradors are among the most popular breeds of dogs. They have been bred since ancient times and their popularity continues today.
There are many reasons why these wonderful animals are so loved; they’re loyal, affectionate, playful, intelligent and friendly with everyone! All this makes them ideal companions for families who want a dog that will always love them back no matter what.
However, there’s another reason why some people choose to keep a labrador – because they like the color of the dog. Some people prefer bright colored dogs because it makes them stand out from other pets.
Others just enjoy the fact that a labrador is different than any other breed. Whatever your reasons may be, you’ll definitely agree that a bright yellow Labrador looks absolutely adorable!
In this post, we’ve compiled a list of 17 different shades of yellow labradors to brighten up your day. These are all beautiful dogs with unique personalities and distinctive appearances.
You won’t regret adding one or two of these dogs into your family!
1) Blue Lab (Pit Bull Terrier)
The Pit Bull is a well known and beloved breed that has become very popular over the years. There are more Pit Bull mixes than any other breed of dog in the United States, and it continues to thrive despite negative stereotypes.
As a result, it’s only fitting that we begin our list with a Pit Bull.
In this picture, we have one of the cutest yellow labs you’ll ever see in your life! This dog is a Pit Bull mix, otherwise known as the “pit bull Labrador,” and it has a beautiful yellow coat that is absolutely breathtaking.
It’s hard not to look at this dog and feel happy; this lab is one of the happiest creatures on Earth!
2) Yellow Labrador with Spots
Here we have another beautiful example of a yellow labrador, only this time the dog is sporting a few spots of brown here and there. Most people believe that black labs are the most common in terms of color, but this isn’t true.
In fact, yellow Labs are more common than black labs, and they also make up about a third of all labs.
There’s a good reason why yellow Labs are so popular: they’re beautiful! It isn’t just the color that makes them so endearing either; it’s their personality too.
Yellow labs are some of the most playful, friendly, and energetic dogs you’ll ever meet. They love to have fun and show their affection towards their loved ones.
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