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    Senior Member WsW-WYATT-EARP's Avatar
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    Puppies getting big

    Well I finally made it out to see the puppies again... and wow are they big... they are at the fun stage now ... still clumsy, full of energy, but when they are tired from playing you can't do anything to keep them awake....



    MEET JACK





    MEET STELLA






    MEET THELMA





    and here they are after the long day of pictures and running around in the yard ...



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    Re: Puppies getting big

    They are looking good. It's amazing to see how fast they grow. So much fun.

    My one year old lab is now close to 70 lbs. It felt like yesterday he was so small he could run under the couch.
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    Re: Puppies getting big

    Oh how cute!

    We are thinking of getting one this Christmas, looking at beagles. I want something that is not going to be 70 pounds.
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    Re: Puppies getting big

    Quote Originally Posted by adina
    Oh how cute!

    We are thinking of getting one this Christmas, looking at beagles. I want something that is not going to be 70 pounds.
    Beagles are great photo ops and a perfect size, but a little bit on the loud side. Great dogs if raised well and discouraged from barking excessively.

    My favorite so far was a Lab/Jack russel mix weighing in at about 35 pounds, bizzaire looking dog, but very friendly, perfect size, well behaved, and playful

    Great looking pups Earp. That style dog never ceases to make me grin. :thumbsup:
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    Senior Member WsW-WYATT-EARP's Avatar
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    Re: Puppies getting big

    I have always wanted a lab until I got a bulldog ... they are growing so fast ... I was amazed how big they got since I last seen them when they were just starting to eat solids...

    Our neighbor has a beagle ... what a pain in the you know what ... constantly howls at nothing ... if he isn't outside with the dog it just barks ...

    We now want a french bulldog ... bit on the smaller side and still that lovable look
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    Re: Puppies getting big

    Wow these little guys have really grown since your last pictures. They get cuter with each post. My daughters Boston Terrier pup spent the Thanksgiving holidays with us this year. He was a hoot too.
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