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Post by elliott70 » Thu Nov 06, 2008 5:04 pm

My yellow lab had 6 puppies early this morning.

4 yellow and 2 black.

Not sure of the sex of the puppies yet, and have not chosen names.
She is registered at PetMart, so please buy something nice for her and her babies.

Height - short
weight - light

Grandpa Mark could use a new skill saw and corded drill.

Pictures to follow.

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Post by Can't Never Tried » Thu Nov 06, 2008 5:14 pm

Here's your saw I got one to match the SKILL level. :D

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Post by OGEE OGELTHORPE » Thu Nov 06, 2008 5:24 pm

Can't Never Tried wrote:Here's your saw I got one to match the SKILL level. :D

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CNT you could at least put the belt on for him........he's got a patch on his eye for cripes sake.

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Post by east hockey » Thu Nov 06, 2008 5:29 pm

OGEE OGELTHORPE wrote:
Can't Never Tried wrote:Here's your saw I got one to match the SKILL level. :D

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CNT you could at least put the belt on for him........he's got a patch on his eye for cripes sake.
Saw...$100
Table...$250

A guy using a saw with a depth perception problem....priceless.

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Post by OGEE OGELTHORPE » Thu Nov 06, 2008 5:34 pm

east hockey wrote:
OGEE OGELTHORPE wrote:
Can't Never Tried wrote:Here's your saw I got one to match the SKILL level. :D

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CNT you could at least put the belt on for him........he's got a patch on his eye for cripes sake.
Saw...$100
Table...$250

A guy using a saw with a depth perception problem....priceless.

Lee
He might have to change his name to Elliott9finger.

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Post by Can't Never Tried » Thu Nov 06, 2008 5:39 pm

The belt is off because that's the safety interlock...ya just shove it under the stool !

By the way elliott is one of them puppies for Barry! :lol:

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Post by AngusYoung » Thu Nov 06, 2008 5:43 pm

Disappointed to learn to did not neuter the dog, officer. Hope you've got quality candidates to adopt the pups to - maybe you can call Barack, I hear he's looking for one.

AY 8)

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Post by elliott70 » Thu Nov 06, 2008 6:56 pm

AngusYoung wrote:Disappointed to learn to did not neuter the dog, officer. Hope you've got quality candidates to adopt the pups to - maybe you can call Barack, I hear he's looking for one.

AY 8)
Dog will be 'fixed' now.

People wanted some - four are gone already, and we will keep one.

The little black one may end up with us, too. But someone is always looking for a good lab. Grandpa (the dog, not me) has won some awards locally/statewide.

President-elect Obama will be pretty busy, but with a couple of kids running around that big house, maybe they will wnat one (assuming they don't have one already - where is the press when you need to know the important things).

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Post by elliott70 » Thu Nov 06, 2008 6:59 pm

Thanks for the present guys, just FedEx it to me.

And someone will have to give me instructions.

9 fingers, huh!
At least it will match my toes.

:D

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Post by State Champ 97 » Thu Nov 06, 2008 9:10 pm

If anyone is interested I also have a black lab that I am willing to give away to a good home. Shots are up to date and she is fixed. I will even throw in a retractable leash. She is a little over a year old.

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Post by elliott70 » Thu Nov 06, 2008 10:07 pm

Bash Brother wrote:
elliott70 wrote:Thanks for the present guys, just FedEx it to me.

And someone will have to give me instructions.

9 fingers, huh!
At least it will match my toes.

:D
How did you manage the loss of the toe?
A bear, I didn't argue withe her.

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Post by tomASS » Fri Nov 07, 2008 5:30 am

State Champ 97 wrote:If anyone is interested I also have a black lab that I am willing to give away to a good home. Shots are up to date and she is fixed. I will even throw in a retractable leash. She is a little over a year old.
why you getting rid of her? How is she with other dogs?
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Post by tomASS » Fri Nov 07, 2008 5:32 am

elliott70 wrote:
Bash Brother wrote:
elliott70 wrote:Thanks for the present guys, just FedEx it to me.

And someone will have to give me instructions.

9 fingers, huh!
At least it will match my toes.

:D
How did you manage the loss of the toe?
A bear, I didn't argue withe her.
There has to be a good story behind this one

I thought you ran out of bait while ice -fishing and that one looked a little black to begin with and it snapped right off.
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Post by State Champ 97 » Fri Nov 07, 2008 2:57 pm

tomASS wrote:
State Champ 97 wrote:If anyone is interested I also have a black lab that I am willing to give away to a good home. Shots are up to date and she is fixed. I will even throw in a retractable leash. She is a little over a year old.
why you getting rid of her? How is she with other dogs?
She is good with other dogs. I have two other dogs which is part of the reason I want to let her go. She was abandend and wound up at my house about 10 months ago. My kids fell in love with her (puppy syndrome) now that she isn't as small they don't spend any time with her. I can't give her the attention she deserves having the other two. (no jokes please) She knows her name (Sammi) She will sit, lay down and shake on command. She would be a good dog for a bird hunter if they had a little time to work with her.

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Post by Neutron 14 » Fri Nov 07, 2008 3:10 pm

State Champ 97 wrote: She knows her name (Sammi)...
Even when she gets a snootful of bird scent? :lol:

I applaud your efforts to find her a good home. IMHO there is no better pet than a lab. Great with kids, and will give unconditional love for a scratch behind the ear every once in a while. Why can't wives be like that...

I have a pointer, and they don't hunt very well with flushers. But a lab is a great grouse dog, they stay close and track cripples very well.

Good Luck!

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Post by PuckU126 » Wed Feb 16, 2011 8:34 am

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I like turtles.

8)
The Puck
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Post by starmvp » Wed Feb 16, 2011 5:33 pm

PuckU126 wrote:Image

I like turtles.

8)
Let's show a little maturity Puck

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Post by PuckU126 » Wed Feb 16, 2011 5:38 pm

starmvp wrote:
PuckU126 wrote:Image

I like turtles.

8)
Let's show a little maturity Puck
Have you seen the video? :lol:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMNry4PE93Y

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