The Labrador Retriever
That's what he looks like:
The Labrador is a well-built, medium-sized dog with a wide head and a clear stop. His breed-typical otter rod is very thick at the base and gradually reduces towards the tip. The rod gives him an optimal water situation while swimming and serves as a rudder. The coat, which is short, dense and with good undercoat, provides protection against cold and wet. His weight is between 25-38kg depending on gender and size.
That's how he is:
Labradors are very loving, strong and loyal dogs. They're very fond of children. The joy of movement, the love of water, the pronounced nose and the need for human contact is plainly visible. They are very eager to learn, attentive, watch their master without interruption and happily wait for their praise. The learning and working pleasure of a Labrador should be promoted in every environment. Labradors are used as family dogs, rescue dogs, guide dogs, as sports mates and many more.
You will make him happy if you take him with you whenever possible. He will show himself as an adaptable and dedicated companion.