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Mad Lake Bomber

4 Yr Old Female Black Lab - House Broken, Good with Kids

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Free to a good home, 4 year old female (fixed) black lab, 50-60 pounds. She deserves more attention than I can give her due to my long commute and new addition to the family.

She loves to retrieve anything, especially when it's in water. She has the potential to be a good duck hunting dog, but I never had time to train her on pheasants or ducks. Her parents are pure bred AKC labs and excellent hunters.

Here are some pictures:

http://picasaweb.google.com/jkrobran/KacieTheLab

Email me at jkrobran@msn.com or call 612-598-5975 if interested. Located in Le Sueur.

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That's unfortunate. I would have loved to help you out but can't with my current living situation. Sorry to see a good friend have to move on. Hope she can find a good home with someone here on FM. It's obvious she's good with kids, she just needs to itch the scratch with hunting and she'd be all set.

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Just informed a good person of this post! He might be giving you a call! His name is Ken!

Thanks!

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She is beautiful!

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Has Kacie found a new home?

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My wife had a change of heart, so I guess the dog stays!

Thanks for all the replies and sorry to let any prospective owners down.

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that's good to hear!!! she will be much happier staying at home with her family!!

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Thats great to hear...she is a beautiful dog!

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