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Old 07-23-2006, 10:05 PM   #11
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Yeah I figured I had better add a picture of him because he is cute. He just likes my yarn! He must of seen the ball as decided "a ball, let's play". The sock just happened to be attatched and he took the time to unattach it for me and all the while clean his teeth? I don't know. I'm going to do some ankle socks as I'm sure there is enough yarn for that.

I just had to remind him and myself how much I LOVED him. Silly puppy!

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Old 07-24-2006, 12:29 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by Hallegold
Having a very food-oriented 12-year-old yellow Lab--like MrsH--my first thought was maybe Boomer smelled something tasty on the yarn or needles.
Actually my babies are/were hounds, Sparky is a almost 12 yr old Basset Hound, and Bubba(RIP) was a Beagle. The lab's I have know and loved I worked with, one was a bomb sniffing dog, and the other one sniffed out drugs. They were 2 of the best law enforcement officers I ever had the privilege to work with. They were very good at helping me keep my weight down, those dark soulful eyes, and glad to see you grins on their faces always earned them haft of my lunch. Those happy days seem like a lifetime ago now, when I was a cadet radio dispatcher, when I was still in high school. Helping to care for the department's K9's was one of the best parts of my job.
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Old 07-24-2006, 12:36 AM   #13
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Ack! I'm glad it's not a total loss and you'll still be able to make ankle socks! It's a good thing he's so cute!

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Old 07-24-2006, 12:27 PM   #14
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How has my dog got into your yard?

Sorry about the wool and needles but it's the only thing Sam Pup goes for.

I mean that Sam just loves twigs and sticks from out the garden - no matter if he's got a ton of treats, he still prefers muching on a twig. From what other Lab Nuts tell me, it seems our lovely black beasts can't resist a twig or two - and I know for a fact that Sam cannot tell the difference between a twig and a 5mm bamboo needle.

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