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    DefaultDytie's first bath

    Dytie was surprisingly good for her first bath. At first she tried to run but after a minute she just stood there and didn't move. I'll make an attempt to make some captions, be nice its my first try.




    Dytie wants to man the helm like her daddy did when he was in the Navy.



    Dytie showing off her favorite toy.



    Athena catching some rays



    Enjoying the day at their home spa

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    Great Pics....






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    Nice pics. Dytie and Athena are both cute.
    Glad the bath went well. FYI, labs really don't need baths (unless they get into something really stinky).

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    We went to the dog park today. Our dog park is split up into two large fenced in areas, one for big dogs the other for small dogs. This was our first time in the big dog side. Before Dytie we only had Athena and we always take her to the little dog side. Anyway, the big dogs must drool a lot. By the end of the day both my dogs looked like they had just had a bath except it was all from dog slobber. It was really gross.

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    Oh my goodness, they are adorable!!!

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    Adorable pics...glad the bath went well

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    FYI, labs really don't need baths (unless they get into something really stinky).
    That! My Frankie is 5 and has never had one.

    Great pics, Don. SO glad she fit in so well with everyone. She is adorable!!!



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    Cute pictures! Unless Miko gets into something really, really nasty, we don't give her a full bath -- just hose her down with water. Otherwise, her skin and coat will get dried out.

    Miko (April 6, 2009), CGC

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    Great pictures! And yes, dog drool bath is pretty gross...!

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    They are adorable, i love the first pic!

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