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    A lot of us are proud owners of pets of all sorts, dogs, cats and event those little furry critters some people consider pets..

    So let's see some pictures and share stories about the things that they do to crack you up..

    Here is our 15-month old Fox Red Labrador Chase as a puppy and as he is now with her new 8-week old puppy Yellow Labrador Chloe..

    Chase couldn't be more happier to have a full-time playmate in the house and is having a blast. Turns out Chloe is quite a little feisty little girl and is a good compliment to Chase's personality..

    It's absolutely true what they say about a tired dog is a good dog..these guys tire themselves out in about 45 mins of play and then nap for hours on end..
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    Bailey is the Dalmatian, Lacie is the Yorkshire Terrier, Onyx is our Bombay, and Scooby is our Bearded Dragon.

    The Dalmatian pretty much chills all day and the cat and the yorkie run the house constantly. The dragon is my office pet, and the highlight of his day is the cricket lunch.
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    Beautiful pets there..I've a strong affection to Dalmatians seeing as our first pet when I was a child was a Dalmatian that was just awesome and who can't love a dog with those cute spots..
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    My current pets Ducky the Sun Conure and KK the Tabby.
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    This is Sam, our 12 year old lab / dally cross. He has the dalmatian character but mostly labrador looks, and he never stops running around.

    Currently he's on patrol in the garden in case any naughty pigeons dare to land on his territory.

    The first picture was taken last year at Loch Tay, rescuing a stick (has to be done you know), and the second a couple of years earlier (just rolling for joy).

    You can see the difference in photo quality between the iPhone 3GS and the 4S.

    I like these kinds of topics, because I love to see pictures of happy animals.

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    A Lab/Dalmatian mix is interesting, perhaps if he were a yellow lab, he'd have spots too.. Looks like he's doing what Labs love to do and where they love to do it..

    Our Chase can't get enough of the water or snow..he's not a big fan of the rain..
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    He's got white spots on his chest, which is apparently common in this cross, but if you can ignore the black you can see Sam is a long legged muscular typical dally shape.

    It takes a good long walk to wear him out even these days, and the only way to get compliance. This is one full on beast, always on the go and constantly needing stimulation.

    But ... we wouldn't change him

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    Our little girl Molly. She is half Lab and half Pit. We also have a Schnauzer, Scooter, will post pics when I get home.
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    Craig, she totally didn't destroy all that paper right? Also, that's a very large chew bone she's got..would take her months to get anywhere..but looking at the other pictures, perhaps she needs it..
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    Unfortunately, yes she did. That bone would last her about a week then. She's grown since then. Now it would last about 2 days.
    I also have baseboards she's destroyed and she even chewed a hole in the sheetrock wall behind the bar. Glad her teething/chewing days are about over. She's almost 2 years old.

    Edit: Found one of Scooter. Cant believe I don't have more. He's about 15 years old, surviving his parents and all his littermates. Going blind and deaf, has arthritis but still kicking. Can give Molly a run for her money when he wants to.
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