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    Default Blockhead Lab

    Does anyone know what the differences are in a Blockhead Lab?

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    Uh... maybe that they are a little slower to learn?

    Seriously though, I'm not sure what you mean as there is no such thing as a blockhead lab. There are working/field lines and bench/show lines, if that's what you're after.

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    let's not call them block heads. Let's call them properly bred labs.
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    let's not call them block heads. Let's call them properly bred labs.
    Frankie's got a blockhead and he wasn't bred poorly at all. Or are you joking?

    Judy, "english" style labs (bench/show) have the blockier heads.
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    Ok, Dani - but let's say they still can act like block heads!

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    Properly, Amy, not poorly!

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    I've met blockhead owners but never a blockhead dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melissa View Post
    Properly, Amy, not poorly!
    Read, Amy. RIF.
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    Properly, Amy, not poorly!
    HA! I could swear it said poorly. LOL!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dweck View Post
    I've met blockhead owners but never a blockhead dog.
    Isn't that the truth!!!


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