Quick Answer: What Is The Oldest Labrador On Record?

The average Labrador Retriever life span is 12 to 12.5 years.

Although a recent study suggests that chocolate Labs live shorter lives, at 10.7 years, than black and yellow Labradors.

There are many factors that influence life span in Labs.

What is the average age for a Labrador to die?

The average Labrador Retriever life span is 12 to 12.5 years. A recent study suggests that chocolate Labs live shorter lives, at 10.7 years, than black and yellow Labradors. There are many factors that influence life span in Labs.

What is the oldest a lab has lived?

A dog believed to be the oldest in the world has died, aged 29 years. Bella, a Labrador cross, was bought by David Richardson from the RSPCA, 26 years ago when she was three years old. She had lived with Mr Richardson, 76, and his partner Daisy, 81, since 1982 in Clay Cross, Derbyshire.

What is the average age of Labrador Retrievers?

10 – 14 years

How long do purebred Labs live?

The average life span for a Labrador is approximately 13 years. Yellow Labradors take one year longer than most breeds to reach adulthood, doing so at 3 instead of 2. The average life span of dogs ranges from the bulldog at 6.7 years to the miniature poodle at 14.8 years.

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