Monstrous Lab

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  1. joce

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    Some of the show labs look a little skinnier without their show hair do too. they make it nice and fluffy and it usually looks like it adds a couple pounds.

    I still think I may get a lab as my next dog,I'm jsut having a horrible time finding any decent breeders around me.
     
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    Gee, thanks. :yikes: There's nothing wrong with my Labbies! ;) You made them cry. :(
     
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    What style of lab? Conformation or field bred? I know I could find you field bred but I will have to call my friend cindy who does both conformation and field (not mixed) she might know of someone over there.
     
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    My dads actually looking for field bred if you can come up with anyone-I'm leaning mroe towards show but I figured if he finds something worthwhile I may go to whoever he does. Ours were field dogs when I was little but I don't knwo if I want that high energy of a dog when I'm not going to take them hunting every weekend:p
     
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    let me do some calling around. I will see what I can do for you!
     

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