According to the third hypothesis, Labradors first to see the Portuguese and affected their amazing capacity for work, call them Labrador (labrador), which translated from Portuguese means "worker". And finally, the fourth version. M. Hopkinson writes that after the appearance of a dog St. John in England "Her renamed in Labrador, though, what exactly was the reason for this is unknown On this also points to B. Duke: "Graphs Malmesbury Second and Third fame, import into the uk dogs of St.
John's, which while sometimes called small Newfoundland. It is known that the third Earl of Malmesbury has changed its name to the Labrador retriever. "3. English aristocrat writes in his book, M. Hopkinson (Marion Hopkinson, "Rocheby"): "The ability of mobile, with thick hair Dogs work on the land, helping to haul timber and pull heavy fishing net, as well as the universal ability to find the fallen prey in the icy water, were highly appreciated, and this dog has been recognized as useful employee. since people with trade schooners and fishing boats seen it, the dogs were brought to the United Kingdom. " These dogs have earned the reputation of a great ability to find and apportirovat game, and it is guaranteed of great interest from wealthy landowners and noble families of England. And ensure that dogs St. John the success and protection from the wealthy and influential names in England. According to sources Count Malmsbari (Malmesburry) and Duke Buckley (Baccleuch) and other influential people of the time, and imported Labradors in England.