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Old 04-01-2009, 09:09 PM   #1
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Samm's New Eating Style

The silly pup couldn't be bothered getting off the bed when I put his food down for supper tonight.



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Old 04-01-2009, 09:19 PM   #2
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Cam,

Could you stop posting pics of those beautiful labs? I miss ours too much since we haven't had them for six years.

On second though, I'll live vicariously through yours.

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Old 04-01-2009, 09:28 PM   #3
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Steve, I'm sorry that you're without Labs. They're wonderful companions.
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Old 04-01-2009, 11:40 PM   #4
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haha labs love their food, little orie is only part lab but he will eat forever if you would let him. Agile animals too and so affectionate. Give a pat for me.
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Hmmm...breakfast in bed! Sometimes that is nice you know ~

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Beautiful lab!

My greyhound will do this sometimes - and often vice-versa to eat a bone. Dogs really have a great ability to lighten the mood. Well, except when they're into *no good* - which, in my case, is a bit too often. I remind myself that I'd be awfully sad if there were no dogs to get into trouble though.....

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I had a boxer once that was a part time indoor dog. My dad forbade her from getting on the sofa once she was grown so one day I came into the den and she was asleep with her front end on the sofa and her rear legs supporting her rear from the floor (think reverse of the above photos). As she got deeper into sleep her rear legs relaxed and she sank down into a squat, her front end slid across the cushions but stayed on the sofa. My dad thought this was too funny and refused to put a stop to it. She did this for years when she would come in doors. I thought it rather creative. On the sofa but not.
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