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hattrk4me

My new family addition

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As some of you may remember my choc lab along with my neighbors yellow lab were dognapped on March 2nd and found 12 days later both shot and tossed in a ditch.

Last Friday I brought home a new pup so Introducing "Zeus". I just went through the whole puppy thing 2 years ago, I was not quite ready to do it again, but he is a fun little guy.

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My neighbor also got a pup from the same litter. he is in the red coller, His name is Hoby

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cute pup. welcome to FM Zeus!

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Nice looking pup!

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lookit da size of da paws on dem dawgs. They are going to be big dogs. What do you think?

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Nice looking pups !! Just a warning , I think that was a extension cord in your first picture , and thought I would warn you about pups and cords , they like to chew and that would do alittle harm to the little guy !! Also , have'nt seen you on BFT Latley ?

See Ya , Buzz (Flag )

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thats a garden hose, not an extension cord. I'm well aware of the term Puppy proofing. Thanks for the advice thou.

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Great pup!

Yeah, my one-year-old loves the garden hose and the 10-year-old just sleeps in the sun.

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Ive been too busy to really get involve with BFT or any other forum this winter.

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Glad to see you got a new pup, although you can never "replace", the new addition looks to be a cute one!

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