The Labor-Tooth prides itself on a job well done and will routinely "overkill" a project to ensure that every "worst case scenario" is addressed. Therefore, a project that is originally estimated to take five days, frequently results in a month or more of household disruption. This "overkill instinct" can sometimes lead to restlessness and conflict between the Labor tooth and the significant others in his life. However, the Labor-Tooth will always win any conflict situation dealing with home repair projects, as he holds all the power tools firmly in his grasp.
Older Labor-Tooth Tigers are usually easier to find in the wild because of the loud groaning noises they make upon rising to a standing position. Additionally, the older Tigers' stripes have faded to a gray color and their reflexes are slightly slower than their younger counterparts.
Labor Tooth Tigers are extremely handy to have around, especially when a toilet overflows, or a hole needs to be patched in a wall. Nearly extinct, the Labor Tooth cautiously guards their homestead and runs off all "for hire laborers."
"Oh he's at the hardware store again."
"He's such a Labor-Tooth Tiger..."