Today I thought I would write about Fun Labrador Facts , and share some details of our beautiful fox Red Labrador studs. I’ll start with some fun facts about fox red Labradors.

Unveiling the Charm of everybody’s Favourite Dog

Fox Red Labrador Retrievers, often simply called Labradors or Labs, have captured the hearts of dog lovers worldwide. Known for their friendly demeanor and boundless energy, fox Red Labradors have earned their place as the top favourite breed – well in our house anyway.
While their popularity is undeniable, there’s a treasure trove of fun facts about fox Red Labradors that many people may not know. In this blog post we’ll have a look into some of the most entertaining and intriguing facts about these lovable canines.

Origin of the Labrador

Fix Red Labradors didn’t actually originate in Labrador, as their name might suggest. Instead, they were first bred in Newfoundland, Canada, in the early 19th century. They were initially known as St. John’s dogs or Lesser Newfoundland dogs, with strong connections to the Newfoundland breed.

The Three Colours

Labradors come in three primary coat colors: black, yellow, and chocolate. Fox Red is a variation of yellow. While black is the most common colour the vibrant yellow and rich chocolate Labradors have their unique appeal with the fox Red being the most unique and desirable. These colour variations are due to different combinations of their genetic makeup.

Waterproof Coat

One of the Fox red Labrador’s distinctive traits is their water-resistant coat. Their dense double coat keeps them warm and dry when they swim, making them excellent water dogs. This feature was crucial for their original role as fisherman’s helpers in retrieving nets and fish from the cold North Atlantic waters.

Webbed Feet

Fox Red Labradors have webbed feet, a design feature that further enhances their swimming abilities. This adaptation allows them to paddle efficiently and navigate water with ease. It’s no surprise that Labradors excel in water-related activities.

 Appetite for Food

Fox red Labradors are renowned for their hearty appetites. They’re often referred to as “foodie” dogs because of their love for eating. It’s essential to manage their diet and provide regular exercise.

Gentle Retrievers

Despite their size and strength, Fox Red Labradors are known for their gentle mouths. They can pick up fragile items, like eggs, without breaking them. This gentle retrieval instinct makes them ideal for tasks like fetching newspapers without damaging them, so much to be had with you and your furry friends.

Affectionate Nature

Fox Red Labradors are often described as one of the most affectionate dog breeds. They thrive on human interaction and are known for their loyalty and devotion. They’re excellent family pets and are often fondly referred to as “gentle giants.”

Famous Labrador Owners

Labradors have had their share of famous admirers. Notable personalities, including former U.S. President Bill Clinton and the late Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother of the United Kingdom, have owned and adored Labradors. Their presence in the lives of these influential figures only adds to their charm.

Exceptional Search and Rescue Dogs

Fox Red Labradors have proven to be exceptional search and rescue dogs. Their intelligence, agility, and strong work ethic make them well-suited for tasks like finding missing persons, detecting explosives, and helping in disaster relief efforts.

Guinness World Record Holder

A Labrador named Augie holds the Guinness World Record for the most tennis balls held in the mouth by a dog. Augie managed to hold five regulation-sized tennis balls in his mouth, showcasing the impressive jaw and mouth control Labradors possess. This isn’t something I would try at home.

Popular in Media

Labradors have made their mark in the world of entertainment. They’ve been featured in various movies and TV shows. One of the most famous Labrador characters is Marley from the book and film “Marley & Me,” a heartwarming tale of the bond between a family and their mischievous but lovable Labrador.

Fox Red Labradors are more than just lovable pets; they’re a fascinating breed with a rich history, unique characteristics, and a significant impact on various aspects of our lives. Whether they’re serving as loyal companions, efficient working dogs, or sources of entertainment, fox Labradors continue to enchant people with their enduring charm and irresistible personality. These fun Labrador facts are a testament to the special place they hold in our hearts.

Vomdarka Paddy Fox Red Labrador Stud

Vomdarka Paddy fox Red Labrador stud

I’ve talked previously about Vomdarka Paddy take a look at our previous blog

Fox Red Labrador Studs and their love to retrieve

Vomdarka Paddy is one of our Fox Red Labrador studs who has been trained by our head trainer Martyn Platt. Vomdarka Paddy is an outstanding example of the fox Red Labrador breed. Vomdarka Paddy is everything you would want from a Labrador.
Vomdarka Paddy is available at stud for any enquiries please contact us on or 07568151535

Vomdarka Paddy is fully health tested

Fox Red Labrador stud health results

7 DNA tested clear of CNM , PRA, EIC, SD2, MCD, STGD, HNPK

BVA unaffected eye test

BVA elbows 0/0 Hips 5/5

Fully trained to open standard


Fox Red Labrador stud

Vomdarka Stockcroft Shadowthorn fox Red Labrador stud

we also have our beautiful fox Red Labrador stud Vomdarka Stockcroft Shadowthorn available at stud. He is a deep shade of fox red. Vomdarka Stockcroft Shadowthorn has also been trained by our head trainer Martyn platt.
Our fox Red Labrador stud is fully health tested

BVA elbows 0/0 Hips 3/5

BVA unaffected eye test

7 dna clear of the following MCD, PRA, EIC,HNPK, STGD, SD2,CNM

Fox red Labrador stud

Fox red Labrador stud Feel free to contact us for more information on or 07568151535

we are based in the north west of England

thank you

Puppy Questionnaire

Puppy Questionnaire

If you would like to own one of our Fox Red Labrador’s, please begin the process by filling out this questionnaire.

We always try to find the best possible home and environment for our dogs. Due to various reasons, not all applicants are a good fit and some are not selected.

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