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    Ok..Mr Philosopher here...I couldn't help but write this and wanted to share with my fellow Lab lovers...

    Tal turned 12 weeks on Monday and I will have had him 6 weeks on Friday this week. I knew you guys would understand a post like I am gonna make.

    I first met him when he was 3 weeks old and knew then he was mine. Fortunately I was the first who had expressed an interest in a puppy from my breeder who also put down a deposit. He was much better than I expected when I brought him home and alot of the problems I expected never materialized.

    Oh, we've had our moments. Like when he would not stop biting me. He has gotten MUCH better, tho and I am more consistent about the "No Bite" command. As he gets older, the biting will practically cease, I predict.

    he has such a friendly disposition and has never met a stranger yet. He loves dead leaves and of course would eat anything I would allow. Rocks, dirt, grass, a dead bird, etc. All those things get pulled immediately.

    It has been a great adventure so far, and, Lord willing I'm hoping to have him for 13 - 16 years. I cannot imagine being without him. Some find the shedding annoying. When I find dog hair on my stove, counter, clothes, and everywhere else,I just smile to myself and think how blessed I am with this little dog!

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    Awww ... I know exactly what you mean.

    There is nothing quite like our furry companions! ;D

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    It has been a great adventure so far, and, Lord willing I'm hoping to have him for 13 - 16 years. I cannot imagine being without him. Some find the shedding annoying. When I find dog hair on my stove, counter, clothes, and everywhere else,I just smile to myself and think how blessed I am with this little dog

    Exactly how I feel. Our dog companions are with us for such a short time, I cherish every minute, and even the "bad things" don't get me down, such as so called behavioral problems. Anyone who has loved and lost an animal will agree, I think. Sincerely, Erin

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    Wonderful sentiment about your Tal. I think we all feel very similarly. My Clancey boy is just shy of 10 and i have and will continue to cherish every day.

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    I know just what you mean! My girls are everything to me!

    Teresa, mom to Brigetta and Prudence

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