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    Janet Lewis is offline Junior Member
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    Name: Janet L. in Mi. owned by a shiny black 80 lb. Lab named Satin (bl.& shiny) for 14 yrs. now she waits at the "rainbow bridge". :'( I'm older now & thought a Lab might be too much to handle so I now have a 9 mo. old black Cocker Spaniel that I luv to pieces but, I miss my friend still after 2yrs. Might still have to have another Lab too. Sooo, now you know I'm just nuts. :P I thought maybe dropping in here might be my Lab fix. Or not, but at least i'll know. Janet

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    Welcome. You'll at least get to see plenty of pictures of all sorts of cute labbies - although the puppy pictures have been known to cause "puppy fever"

    Do you have pics of Satin and your Cocker Spaniel? I always love pictures.


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    welcome

    If this board doesn't quite cut it as a lab fix, you could consider adopting a lab that is abit older and laid back. There are plenty of rescues who foster labs and could find the right one for you

    I adopted Rocky when he was 1.5. I knew I had limitations as i live in a basement of a house (it's an apt) and have no yard. He was the perfect fit, happy go lucky, laid back and doesn't bark. he's an easy lab to have
    Charlie (foster) and Rocky

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    Tanya had the same thought as I did.

    Being "older" (65) myself, I am seriously considering fostering/adopting a senior lab after our dear Auggie (almost 12 and living with hepatocellular carcinoma) departs for "The Bridge".
    "If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went." author Will Rogers

    Auggie 12/29/95 ~ 01/15/09

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    Welcome from WI; great to have you on the board.
    Sorry to hear about Satin.
    We'd luv to see pics of your new little cutie!!
    <br /><br />~ Angie &amp; Bailey ~<br />My Dogster Page: http://www.dogster.com/dogs/509673

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    Welcome aboard !! I agree, if you need more than a Lab fix , you can adopt a senior Lab !! So sorry you lost your Satin...... hope to see you around.

    Melissa
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    Welcome, from Gene in Chicagoland

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