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Honey playing "piggy in the middle".
Nice morning walk with my two favourite girls .
She's taken over the caravan, shattered after an off lead walk down a trail in Cornwall.
Plenty of hole digging on the beach.
"Dog Icecream", comes out exactly as it went in and will not be repeated!.
That's a traditional Labrador pose. She seems to have bonded nicely with your lass.
Yep they're best friends now, was a bit of a shakey start but got there in the end!.
Even after consuming 3/4 kg of raw meat for tea she can still make us feel guilty eating crisps!.
When it comes to food I call them Labrawhores.
Labs are simply food consuming monsters...
Ours does 4 raw chicken legs including bones in less than 3 minutes, does 3/4 kg minced meat in probably 30 seconds!.
Lemmy just inhales his food.
My sister's new lab still has tummy issues. Camera job shortly. Cost them about a grand so far in vet fees (insured). So called reputable breeder.
Glad we got our two pedigree cats from someone we know.
We've know Honey's breeders as friends for over 20 years so took all the guesswork out of it, right place and righ time for us.
Quite a few Labs are intollerant to grain and Chicken.
Aren't Labs simply the most amazing creatures? Loving, friendly, entertaining, loyal, protective, funny, and generally all round brilliant. I'll never be without a Lab in my life.
This is Vyrn, my sisters 9yo lab.
He’s a short legged biscuit barrel who doesn’t get walked enough, but he’s a really nice, placid old boy. I’m at my sisters for the weekend so I took him out this morning
Nice chap but very saddening to see him in that condition.
Should just be able to make out the slight contours of a healthy Labs ribs.
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