Labrador Dry Nose?
Does your Labrador Retriever Have a Crusty Nose? Is Labrador Dry Nose driving you mad? Nose Butter to the rescue! Handcrafted by me (really) in far northern Minnesota of 100% Organic Shea Butter, organic castor oil, organic avocado oil, organic almond oil, organic coconut oil, organic beeswax, organic cocoa seed butter, 100 percent Therapeutic Grade Aromatherapy, and a LOT of LOVE. You will say goodbye to Labrador Dry Nose!
Just rub a bit of Nose Butter® across the top of the nose and allow it to melt in. If your dog does not like having their face “messed with” give a cookie to distract. Don’t worry, it soaks in FAST. If they lick a bit, no worries, all organic good stuff. Apply 2-3x a day for 1-3 days and then rub the crusties off with a bit of tissue. Read the other TABS for lots of info!
Labrador Retriever Info: The Labrador’s ancestors date back to 17th century Canada and it was in, you might not guess this, NOT Labrador, but Newfoundland! These original Canadian water dogs were the ancestors of the Newfoundland, the Landseer Newfoundland, the Flat-Coated Retriever, the Chesapeake Bay Retriever and of course, the Labrador Retriever. The Earl of Malmesbury was said to have been so enamored of the water dogs there that he imported a number of them back to England where he began the first kennel dedicated to this breed.
Labrador Historical Tidbit: In 1887 – In a letter from the Earl of Malmesbury to the Duke of Buccleuch he says, “We always call mine Labrador dogs and I have kept the breed as pure as I could from the first I had from Poole….known by their having a close coat which turns the water off like oil and, above all, a tail like an otter.”
Labrador Color Factoid: In 1892 two liver colored Labrador pups born at Buccleuch’s kennel, thus beginning the chocolate coloration. A few years later, in 1899, the first yellow Lab was born.
Put a Stamp On It: In 1959, King Buck, a famous black Lab was the first dog to be immortalized on a stamp in the United States.