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    DefaultHow do you get an 65 pound lap dog? (1 pic)

    .....By letting them sit on your lap when they are 5 months old & 38 pounds! I caught SU letting Kate on his lap while watching tv. Now do you think she will know only to sit on his lap & not company's lap?
    I thought it was always my sons & grandkids that hindered our girls training....now I am begining to wonder.


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    im just as guilty ,jacks a good 65+lbs and he still crawls up onto the bottom of the recliner

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    HK is a lap dog and a head dog. I think I posted a pick of her wrapped around my head while I was napping on the couch. She didn't want me to get a cold. No dog park if I don't feel well.

    What's the problem with this?
    Hershey Kisses, In charge of getting Ed out to the dog park so that he gets some exercise.

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    Hey, we don't call them Lapradors for nuthin'! LOL

    Quote Originally Posted by georgie View Post
    ...Now do you think she will know only to sit on his lap & not company's lap?...
    Sure- just teach her she'sonly allowed on a lap when invited/given permission. Maybe we were just lucky, but with that rule, we never had a problem with Mick trying to get in company's lap. And Caleb is just as good about it as Mick was.

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    I'm just as guilty. ssshh...don't tell SU. Molly & Abby are good about not getting on company's lap, but they sure will get on the sofa next to them. They know off & down...guess Kate better start learning those words too. My dogs spoiled? No way!!

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    Yep same problem at this house! Kate sure does make a cute lap dog though

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    I am guilty as well. Tankie was never a lap dog at all. Now Orson......a whole nother story. He is sleeping on top of my legs at night
    Sandie, Tank 5/25/1998 - 07/08/2011, Orson & Sully

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    I have an 78 pound lap dog so I cannot talk.
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    I wouldn't have it any other way, in fact I TRY to get Daisy to sleep in my lap and as she ages (she's 11 months now) she's getting to like it more and more, so I'm just as guilty!
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    Puff is a Half-Lap Labrador.

    She keeps her back feet on the ground while she places her chest over my lap.

    Puff [YF, AKC field line (from competing HT/FT breeder) 62 lbs, dob: 8-'01]

    Bess [BF, AKC bench line (from competing show breeder) 55 lbs., 1967-1981] "Poor Bess, the Wonder Dog":
    http://forum.justlabradors.com/showt...?p=748#post748

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