Just wanted to say hello and introduce my new little girl Luna! She was born on Labor Day and my husband and I welcomed her to our family on November 3rd! We lost our beloved Cinderdoodles in October 2011 at 13 1/2 and our youngest daughter is a sophomore in college, so it was time welcome another family member!
It is wonderful to find this website even though Labradors have been part of our family for 15 years, it is nice to have this resource to supplement what I already know.....which is how wonderful Labradors are! Still trying to figure out how to add pictures and fill out my profile page so any "tips" would be most welcome!
So happy I found this website!
Welcome from your neighbor to the south! Luna is a real beauty. I am sorry about your loss. We too lost our 12 yr old fox red in 2011. It is heart-wrenching. I am glad you have Luna, she will be a gift and a treasure, I am sure....
Sophie DOB 04/13/2011 6 mo
Sophie 15 months, with Skye
We are all representing the Pacific Northwest, we are way over here in Eastern Oregon Welcome to the group! I am new too and a long time lover of the labby!
Nicki July 1993-July 2, 2004
Ruger June 10,2004-October 24, 2012
Mocha November 11, 2004-
Nala October 13, 2012-
Welcome! Looks like your pup was having some fun in the dirt ha ha... what a cutie!
Another welcome from Gracie (5 1/2 months) in Seattle !
Welcome ! We're new members too !!!
From your northern Canadian friends in the PNW...Vancouver, BC
Luna is a beauty !!
Castle @ 4 1/2 weeks
hanks for the warm welcome! Love everyone's pictures!
Welcome to the forum. Yes nothing takes the place of a dear pet but a new lab puppy will eventually take on a place of its own in your heart. When we lost our love Choco, we eventually brought Jack into our lives (five months later). I almost resented him briefly. Choco was old and perfect and this new little guy nipped me everytime I tried to love him up. Jack is perfect now too. Enjoy your pup.
Judy and Jack
"If you are not living on the edge you are taking up too much room."
"Jack catching a few rays."