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    Well, since Mack came up missing the girls have been wanting another dog. I get the call on Friday about Macks whereabouts (Will pick him Monday, He is in the pound) Too late though, this little girl came home Saturday. She is an AKC chocolate lab w/champion lines.

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    Here she is meeting the big dawgs.

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    Beautiful pup CS. Glad you located the other'n though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by canid View Post
    Beautiful pup CS. Glad you located the other'n though.
    Me too! We didn't give up, it was the flyers we made up with his picture that saved him. We had called the pound in the beginning, but they didn't have him. Would it not make sense that they would of taken his info. and called if they did pick him up? He was a long way from home. Looks like I'll be putting up fence and building a dog house today.
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    Awww love puppies! Yep glad you located your wanderer.
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    We're still working on naming her. Awesome she is retrieving her stuffed duck for me on day 2 in a new home at 8 wks old!
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    Nice looking pup. Good head and wide through the chest. Maybe some Canadian breeding there somewhere?

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    Cute pup! I love labs, we got a English Shepard, Lab cross and she is sharp as a tack!
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    Glad you found Mack and Mackette is pretty cute.

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    Outstanding, finding your wondering fur kid and getting another pup in the same week end is about as good as the warm fuzzies go.
    Names are tough..... till it just shows up on your mind one day.

    I like short, loud names, and I wouldn't use two names so close together....confusing to the pups....names convert to nick names anyway.
    Remember that all labs first name is really "G*d D@%mmit", then add the given name......

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    Cute, cute, cute!!! I'm jelous.
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    nice looking pup glad you found your other kid

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    Cute pup! Hopefully her and Mack will get along without issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hunter63 View Post
    Outstanding, finding your wondering fur kid and getting another pup in the same week end is about as good as the warm fuzzies go.
    Names are tough..... till it just shows up on your mind one day.

    I like short, loud names, and I wouldn't use two names so close together....confusing to the pups....names convert to nick names anyway.
    Remember that all labs first name is really "G*d D@%mmit", then add the given name......

    Congrats man, prepare to have your world chewed up.....LOL
    Dad's rule for animal names is they must be one syllable, makes it easier to shout lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparky93 View Post
    Dad's rule for animal names is they must be one syllable, makes it easier to shout lol
    Thats the deal for working dogs.
    Different sounding names to prevent confusion,.... same reason.

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    She is real close to being named, Trouble! Lunch break was not the same today.
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