Lab Pointer

Lab Pointer


The Lab Pointer is a mongrel dog, a cross between the Labrador Retriever and Pointer breeds. Energetic, loyal and intelligent, these puppies inherit some of the best qualities of both their parents.Lab Pointers are also sometimes known as Pointerdors. You can find these mixed breed dogs in breed-specific shelters and rescues, so remember to always adopt, not buy, if you want to add a Lab Pointer to your home. The Lab Pointer is a relatively low maintenance dog, but is also a very athletic breed that requires a great deal of space and time outdoors. It is a dog that thrives when living with a family in rural areas rather than being cooped up in a flat all day. They are intelligent and train well, making them a solid choice for new dog owners. They are also a loving and sociable breed that will form strong and lasting bonds with humans in their lifetime.


The Lab Pointer is a mixed breed dog. The most common Lab Pointer coat colours are creamy white, brown and black. Walks should be long and you need to have access to an off-leash dog park or a safe place where dogs can run freely.Lab Pointers can have a higher than normal prey drive, so be sure not to leave them unsupervised.As the Lab Pointer is a relatively low maintenance breed, you will only need to brush the dog from time to time; although during the warmer months, the breed will shed more, so you will need to increase the frequency of brushing sessions.Lab Pointers and children get along very well. They will form strong bonds and become playmates, but early training and socialisation is very important.


The Labrador Retriever is one of the newest of the mixed breeds, with most estimates indicating that it appeared in the last decade. Today, the Labrador Retriever is the most popular dog in the United States. They are a fast and very athletic breed, which helps give the Lab Pointer its energy. The Lab Pointer has become known as a designer dog breed, but many of them, unfortunately, end up in shelters. So consider contacting local rescue groups and shelters if you are thinking of adding the Lab Pointer to your home.