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    DefaultWhy breed Labs at all, when.....

    ...you can create a whole new puppy from just one single Zoom Groom session. Introducing Duke's new puppy I called Fluff Girl. Isn't she cute. Many advantages to having a Zoom Groom puppy. No house training required. No shots or Vet Care. No food expense. And they are really easy to train. Just look. Already she can sit/stay like a champ. It took Duke many training sessions to learn how to do that.

    Looks like this spring I may end up with a whole litter. ;D



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    Ahh, just fit it with a puppy collar and take it for a walk.

    Hey, if Gipetto could get a boy from a wooden puppet, you most surely can have a Lab from a pile of hair

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    HOLY CRAP!!!

    I need to get one of those. Frankie is blowing coat big time right now. :-\



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    DefaultRe: Why breed Labs at all, when.....

    LMAO, we love the Zoom Groom over here too! I never seem to get a pile though b/c it all blows away too fast! :

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    Awesome!! ;D

    Duke looks sooo proud of his "daughter"!

    Our backyard looks like it has snowed yellow fur from Henery's zoomgroom!

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    LOL ;D Thatsa lot of fur Payton has never shed that much....YET. Although it's her first spring as a big dog.

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    Oh my word.

    When people post "how much do Labs shed?" threads you MUST post that picture!

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    LOL...It's nothing short of amazing how much these guys shed. I figure that in the Spring we could knit at least one extra dog...maybe two!

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    ohhh i love the zoom groom
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    Poops less too.



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