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    DefaultLazy dogs, is it the time of year, or what?

    The fun puppy days are over :'( Merlot is two, now and Zoey will turn two next month. If I am not walking them or feeding them, all they want to do is sleep, about 20 hours a day. Sure, they will lift their head up if I make a move, but if I am not going to the door or the refrigerator, they go right back to sleep. Any one else seeing their dogs acting like this? I miss all the excitement.

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    eklind51 is offline Senior Member
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    DefaultRe: Lazy dogs, is it the time of year, or what?

    ginger is 1.5 and lazy as well. she could sleep all day if i let her.

    Quote Originally Posted by Merlot_1
    I miss all the excitement.
    you need to add another one!



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    DefaultRe: Lazy dogs, is it the time of year, or what?

    Quote Originally Posted by eklind51
    ginger is 1.5 and lazy as well. she could sleep all day if i let her.

    Quote Originally Posted by Merlot_1
    I miss all the excitement.
    you need to add another one!
    I don't miss it THAT much ;D

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    DefaultRe: Lazy dogs, is it the time of year, or what?

    Well Rowdy did that all afternoon and is still at in, Rita wasn't and isn't home yet so he's in her chair, of course we hunted tall heavy grass most the morning. ;D

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    DefaultRe: Lazy dogs, is it the time of year, or what?

    Merlot_1 said
    Sure, they will lift their head up if I make a move, but if I am not going to the door or the refrigerator, they go right back to sleep. Any one else seeing their dogs acting like this?
    I LOVE it!!

    Your Labs must be getting enough daily exercise.

    On those very rare occasions when Puff hasn't yet gotten her daily dose, she's constantly pestering me with kisses and nudges and licks and rubbing against me and tail wags, saying, "Dad, I have a great idea! Why don't we do SOMEthing?!!?"
    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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    DefaultRe: Lazy dogs, is it the time of year, or what?

    Wow. Yeah. Sam's the same as Puff constantly bothering you if you try to use the computer. Talking to you in that annoying whiney, "but Maw om. I'm bored" voice. Of course she's in bed now. How we got an early bird of a dog, I'll never know. We're all night owls, but Sam's up by 7.30 to eat her breakfast and sometimes puts herself to bed at 9 or 10 pm.

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    DefaultRe: Lazy dogs, is it the time of year, or what?

    Before I named Rainbow, I just used to call her "Sleepy Dog".
    I've been on vacation, since last week, so the two of us seem to be napping, more than anything else. Nothing like taking a long snooze with your best furry friend next to you!

    Peace!

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    Glad to see Saba isn't the only sleepy head around here... He turned 2 in September and same thing, he could sleep all day. Gets up to eat and when it's time to go for a walk, but for example yesterday, it was so wet and ugly outside, he slept most of the day.
    At first I thought maybe something's wrong, but when we go to a park he runs around like crazy so I know that's just him.

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    DefaultRe: Lazy dogs, is it the time of year, or what?

    The boys will take a short nap after breakfast and dinner, but in between they are playing, bugging us to go to the park, etc.
    Jackie, Champ, and Buddy

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    DefaultRe: Lazy dogs, is it the time of year, or what?

    There is a reason our dog is named Dozer! ;D Seriously, that's all he does unless he hears the treat jar being opened.

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