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Umm. Lab


So I did one of those Wisdom Panel DNA tests on him a while back and was very surprised that lab didn't show up. Here are his results.

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17 minutes ago, austingirl said:

 


So I did one of those Wisdom Panel DNA tests on him a while back and was very surprised that lab didn't show up. Here are his results.

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1 hour ago, AUS-97HORN said:

yes, exactly,  Today Rocket iz Lab Aussie, GSD, Goldie, Rottie, Husky, Weim

corrected

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13 hours ago, austingirl said:

 


So I did one of those Wisdom Panel DNA tests on him a while back and was very surprised that lab didn't show up. Here are his results.

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So now we know what labs are made from. 

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Got us a new baby. We had to put Tuco down this summer.

Please say hello to Lola.

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Mango's not yet quite sure about this situation...

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1 hour ago, Deej said:

Short legs, big feet. Corgi or Corgi mix?

Yessir. Corgi/Australian Shepherd

An Auggie not Garrido. 

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2 minutes ago, jw4381 said:

Yessir. Corgi/Australian Shepherd

An Auggie not Garrido. 

So he's sober?

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these 2 dorcus' are being much more tolerant and affectionate with each other.

 

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they alternate as to who sleeps on who.

 

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and finally this little one is slowly trying to claim my recliner chair as her own.  This is her WTF you gonna do about it look:

 

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Was looking around the house trying to find Lola to take her for a walk, peeked out on the back porch and caught her enjoying the morning and trying to fit her big ass on the chair c780d43ae6bfbe0dbaa065417c04fb11.jpg

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1 hour ago, NateHitch said:

Was looking around the house trying to find Lola to take her for a walk, peeked out on the back porch and caught her enjoying the morning and trying to fit her big ass on the chair c780d43ae6bfbe0dbaa065417c04fb11.jpg

You have a Lola too? Neat!

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55 minutes ago, Neonmoon said:

I will hide behind this bench. Totally hidden. The squirrel will never know what hit him 

With her color, they think she a really big, weird looking grackle.

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You have a Lola too? Neat!
Yup, year and a half old great dane. I wanted to name her Helga and wife wanted Lola so we decided on Lola. Our first great dane, such a great dog! Going back and catching up on this thread, fell in love with your Lola too, good looking dog!

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these 2 dorcus' are being much more tolerant and affectionate with each other.

 

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they alternate as to who sleeps on who.

 

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and finally this little one is slowly trying to claim my recliner chair as her own.  This is her WTF you gonna do about it look:

 

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How old is your lab? Her markings are remarkably similar to Rocket, including the bit of white on the tip of her tail. You didn't adopt her from the Austin Humane Society in February, did you?

Speaking of Rocket, I took him to the vet today because he's been favoring one of his back legs for over a week with no visible sign of injury. In addition, Edgar nipped his front leg pretty good while they were roughhousing and he needed two staples. They think the limp is hip dysplasia and are going to do x-rays in 10 days after he finishes the antibiotics for the cut. So right now he's in a cone, has two staples in a front leg, is walking like an old man because of his hips, and is under vet orders to not play with Edgar at all at least until the x-rays. Oh, and cannot figure out how to chew his bone. Poor baby.

 

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mine is more than a year old, got her in Oct 2018. she was probably born last week July/First week Aug 2018

 

shes a midget lab mix.  fully grown at 45 lbs. 

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On 11/30/2019 at 11:07 AM, NateHitch said:

Was looking around the house trying to find Lola to take her for a walk, peeked out on the back porch and caught her enjoying the morning and trying to fit her big ass on the chair c780d43ae6bfbe0dbaa065417c04fb11.jpg

#bigdogproblems

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Starting to slow down a bit, but still comes and stares at me whenever I’m eating. No matter how deep in sleep she was.

 

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Also still finds a way to help my wife cheat at darts by shielding the laser line in darts.

 

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Today was one of the hardest days. I’ve never had to have a dog put down before but this morning we had to put our girl Kat down. She was 14 and in bad shape.  She was a good girl that never complained. Even the one time at age 12 the 2 car garage door snapped and fell on her. I’m glad all dogs go to heaven. Rip Kat

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I hate clicking "like" on these posts about good dogs passing on, but I do not like it at all. Sorry for your loss Bogeywon. The first one is the hardest and it doesn't ever get easier.

 

My wife finally put down Yogi last week. I was not there and she did it without telling me beforehand. It was her dog and I had been begging her to do it for months so I was not pissed or anything. The poor guy had another seizure last week that lasted much longer than normal and after that, the wife finally admitted to herself it was time.  Rough times in doggy land and thoughts to everyone having to deal with the only downside of having a dog.

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7 hours ago, Bogeywon said:

Today was one of the hardest days. I’ve never had to have a dog put down before but this morning we had to put our girl Kat down. She was 14 and in bad shape.  She was a good girl that never complained. Even the one time at age 12 the 2 car garage door snapped and fell on her. I’m glad all dogs go to heaven. Rip Kat

Damn. Really sorry, Bogey. 

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1 hour ago, HOOKEM4 said:

I hate clicking "like" on these posts about good dogs passing on, but I do not like it at all. Sorry for your loss Bogeywon. The first one is the hardest and it doesn't ever get easier.

 

My wife finally put down Yogi last week. I was not there and she did it without telling me beforehand. It was her dog and I had been begging her to do it for months so I was not pissed or anything. The poor guy had another seizure last week that lasted much longer than normal and after that, the wife finally admitted to herself it was time.  Rough times in doggy land and thoughts to everyone having to deal with the only downside of having a dog.

Glad she was able to give Yogi some peace.

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Sorry, Bogey.  One of the hardest things a guy has to do.  I had to put my boy down a couple of years ago on the morning of the Texas-ou game.  I just sat there in front of the TV in a daze the entire game. Didn't even really give a shit about what was happening with the game.

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Coming up on two years since the last time I had to put one down. Kinda ruined the holidays for me the last few years. You just have to remind yourself it is the final act of kindness and love you can give them.

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I choose to celebrate now or I cry like a child. Yogi took me from a little dog hater to a teddy terrier lover. Prob our best dog to date.
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Our first dog is a cool little terrier mutt.  Plenty neurotic from when she was abandoned, but smart and well behaved.  Now we're on to #2.  Doodles being all the rage, and me being anti-doodle somewhat, we've reached a compromise.

Blue-heeler doodle.  Cadoodle, I think they call them.  Supposedly smart as a whit.  Active.  I might have a new ranch/hiking buddy.  Being vetted by the rescue/adoption place now.  We always had Heelers and Aussies at the ranch as cattle dogs, so I know what we're in for to some extent.  

Looks like these two - scruffy little muppets

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