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Old 01-23-2011, 11:24 PM   #21
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THAT is freakishly adorable<3
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Old 01-24-2011, 07:35 AM   #22
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You're welcome! I might not know much about fish, but I no dogs upside-down and backwards! And last thing, search for local breed rescues, such as poodle rescues, and check out lab rescues too. They usually have a few labrodoodles. That way you can still be rescuing, but there's a whole lot less sneezing! And post some pics when you get it!
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Also, don't just limit to the shelter. Look for rescue groups that are home based or foster homes, whatever the term might be. This way you can usually get a better feel for the dogs personality as well. The foster parents can tell you more about the temperament and silly quirks and likes etc. Craigslist is another place. I know there have been lots of labradoodles and goldendoodles listed.
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Old 01-24-2011, 09:11 AM   #25
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This is my buddy just got past the two tear mark lol 185 pounds of gentle giant. His name is clutch he is a funny dog watches my fish all the time just sits there and watches lol
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Old 01-24-2011, 11:23 AM   #26
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This is my buddy just got past the two tear mark lol 185 pounds of gentle giant. His name is clutch he is a funny dog watches my fish all the time just sits there and watches lol
Hey!!! We have that same super comfy couch!!! The dogs take the back pillow down ti watch the tank in the living room they and the cats use all the ranks as entertainment . The pup licks the glass and looks n whimpers and the fish come see her...
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that's a big pup! have you had any problems with hips or knees? we had to have both ACL's done on rocco. 5 grand a knee....
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Lol that's sweet about the couch haha and no mr x haven't had any problems with any joints yet bc he is only two but we give him the stuff every once in a while to strengthen joints. But he doesn't move very fast lol so hopefully never have that problem. I tore my LCL my senior year the game before Playoffs started and didn't want to go to dr cause he would say I can't play well first playoff game there goes the rest of them ACL LCL MCL all completely tore stupid but I would do it over to play that game again lol.
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I love my **** hounds too! Dozer (xlrg white blob) is a 4yr old male Argentino Dogo. Mini (sm brindle lump) is a 3yr old gal of unknown origins. I call her my wild orchard pup...found her abandoned when she was maybe 3 wks old & her whole body would fit in Dozers mouth.
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i used to have an argentine dogo. very cool dogs.
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