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    Smile I want it all

    Anyone know where I can get a blocky headed, silver, pointing, British Lab?
    there's no good reason to fatten up a retriever.

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    North Pole. You should have asked Santa to make you one

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    Paul, that is soooo 2013. This year you want the Champagne version in the canoe size dahling. . .
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    I have good friends in North Pole. I'll have them ask around. Send me your deposit check. I will call you when we have the pup secured. Don

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul young View Post
    Anyone know where I can get a blocky headed, silver, pointing, British Lab?
    I would be happy to find another lab that I can play ob,rally, show, and hunt test games with as Magic is retiring at 8 1/2 from most games and also go hunting with hubby. NO need to be silver, no need to point and no need to be British born. Also be a working therapy dog. Talk about a needle in a haystack.
    Hihope Hiland Heathen of Perth CD, RE, CGC, TDI

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul young View Post
    Anyone know where I can get a blocky headed, silver, pointing, British Lab?
    With or without an off switch?

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    Your local shelter will probably have 1 or 2. Hope your hunting season was a good one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mostlygold View Post
    Your local shelter will probably have 1 or 2. Hope your hunting season was a good one.

    Dawn
    Oh yeah, almost forgot; needs to be short coupled with an Otter tail. I sure hope Molly can't read, Dawn! LOL!!

    Goose hunting was very good, but duck season was disappointing. Still got a couple weeks to hunt in the salt, though.

    Do you remember the time we both whiffed on those geese at Barn Island, and the dirty looks we got from the dogs? Wish I had a picture of that....
    there's no good reason to fatten up a retriever.

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    Ive been told that the Gray Labs are the smartest... You know, when they have the UNIQUE markings of gray around the muzzle.... Every one I have seen has been smarter than the ones without the gray marking.....

    I just cant seem to find pups with that tell tale marking of knowlege.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose Mtn View Post
    Ive been told that the Gray Labs are the smartest... You know, when they have the UNIQUE markings of gray around the muzzle.... Every one I have seen has been smarter than the ones without the gray marking.....

    I just cant seem to find pups with that tell tale marking of knowlege.

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