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Good Morning to all the other lab families on the Forum. We brought our two baby girls home to New Mexico in December 2008. They came from a breeder in California and we are so in love. We are semi-retired; husband is and I have only a few years to go. Our children are all grown with families of their own so we decided it was "our" time to finally be able to have our labs. Abbey is light yellow and Coco is chocolate. They are about 19 weeks now and almost through their Puppy Kindergarten classes. We know the two humans needed training as much as the puppies but we all have had great fun. Another lab owner gave me this site and we have used it to find lots of good information in the past 10 or 11 weeks. Thanks to everyone for being so generous with your lab knowledge. We are looking forward to meeting lots of wonderful people who love their dogs as much as we do ours.
 

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Hi to Abbey and Coco! You take good care of your peeps now. Hi to the Peeps also! Where are the pictures?
 

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I think I have figured the photo "thing" out. I did create an album for Abbey and Coco photos. Just a few because I am a crazy woman with the digital camera. Where was this technology when my kids were little?? I hope they all come through - I will keep working on my computer and posting skills. Thank you for all the good wishes. The girls both walked on their leash with very little "pulling" tonight and all without extra treats. Now that is progress!
 

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Welcome, love the pictures! Such sweet babies- Where in NM is Alamogordo, my Aunt and Uncle live in White Rock, NM is such beautiful State and I love the weather- wish I could talk DH into moving there! : )
 

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Where is Alamogordo?

Alamogordo is in the southern part of NM. We are approximately 80 miles north of El Paso Texas. If you Goggle map "White Sands National Mounument" the town is about 10 north of that site. The Air Force sent us here back in 1978 (the first time). We returned again in 1982 after being stationed in Germany. We love it here - open, clean and beautiful. I always say this area is one of the best kept secrets. We have lots of "snow birds" that come every winter. Many have set up second homes here. NM is known as the Land of Enchantment. There are mountains, deserts and lots of American history here. There is never "nothing to do" and it doesn't cost a lot of money to visit and see the sights. You should come and visit your aunt and stay awhile to see the rest of the state.
 

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Welcome to the forum! That picture of your girls as puppies is just too adorable!! It should be on a calendar somewhere.
 
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