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About 2 weeks ago we rescued a 2 year old chocolate Lab for the county animal shelter. Been keeping him chain up by the shed untill he gets use to his new home and then we turn him loose. Came home from running erands this morning and he had leg from a pair of pants laying by him. Some one got introduce to our new dog the hard way.
if he keeps this up , I'll be very happy with him. There are a lot of break ins in our area. :D
 

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There is no better "deterrent" than a good dog in the first place, and an even better security system when they prove that they aren't just deterrents! haha. Sounds like he is indeed a keeper, post up pictures if you have any! There is no greater four footed companion in life.
 

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Dogs are great, and it sounds like you have a good 'un :!:
 

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Biggest problem with him is when we sit down by him, he thinks he's a lap dog. Don't really want a 110 pound dog in my lap. Other than that, great dog.
 

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I find some this funny as we has a chocolate labby for 17 years. She had two loves, fetching stuff and swimming. Wouldn't hurt a fly for the most part. Hard to even cut fire wood with her around, as you would throw a chunk in the trailer and she was up in there to bring it back to you.
Our yellow labby shair pei mix doesn't care for water other than to drink she has to drink nearly 2 gallons a day, dislikes crossing the creek but will after searching out the narrowest spot. Ya she is the big lap dog, thinks she is still a pup and trys to jump up in your lap if your sitting in a chair under the shade tree.

:D Al
 
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