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Moose is getting a LAB puppy


monstermoose78

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I sure love this dog!!

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Finn is loving all this covid crap, why you ask because he gets more time with his humans. We play fetch everyday unless it is raining, but we all know it has not been raining much. How is everyone one else doing with their pups?

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Mine (11 year old yellow lab and 13 month old yellow lab) took a while to figure out me working from home and my two kids as well. They were usually alone for ~6 hours during the day. They take turns sleeping at my feet or off to the side. Occasionally they'll double team me.

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Well I just added myself to the waiting list for another lab this spring. 

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No puppies the vet and breeder are looking into why. 

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Well we could not decide on our pick so we have two weeks and we have to have our pick by then.

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Put them all on the grass and see how they respond to rolling a ball out.  It might not tell much, or it could tell you a lot.

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Next Saturday my wife has to make the choice.

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Tomorrow is the day Hazel comes home!! I am super excited to have a second lab in the house. Finn is in for a surprise with puppy around. 

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1 hour ago, monstermoose78 said:

Tomorrow is the day Hazel comes home!! I am super excited to have a second lab in the house. Finn is in for a surprise with puppy around. 

?i'll bet he is. how old is Finn??? when i brought my new lab home, my 13 year old sheltie was not a fan!!!!! with the energy that young pup had, the sheltie did a lot of hiding!!!!!? its getting better!!!!!

 

have fun with the new pup!!!!!!!!!

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Finn is going to be 6 in October. Thanks the pup will be fun

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I have two Labs that are 7 years a part. it took them less then a month to get a long. Now they are best buds.

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Finn and Hazel are getting along poor Finn get the biggest chomps from the baby shark teeth. Finn and I just want a nap, but we can’t as we are puppy patrol. 

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3 hours ago, smurfy said:

awesome pictures moose!!!!!!!!!!!👍

She is a sweet puppy and boy does she love that shed antler 

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On 10/2/2021 at 1:49 PM, smurfy said:

My brute likes the couch too 

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Smurfy your dog is very similar looking to my Finn. Wow

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Looking back at your pictures, I'd say. Finn's long tail, not sure about his legs, but shadow can run like no other dog I've had. He has some long legs 

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Hazel is 11 weeks old and 22.1 pounds and Finn is almost 6 and 90.7 both are in great health. 

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    • smurfy
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