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Protecting best friends

June 13, 2013

Wendy, a shepherd-Labrador mix, gets her rabies vaccination shot from Dr....

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Jun-13-13 4:12 AM

I have a shepherd/lab mix...That is not one.

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Jun-13-13 11:53 AM

So all Shep/lab mixes look alike,and just like yours? I never knew. Better alert Pet finder,AKC,every humane society in the country to contact you to identify this common mixed breed. Which happens to come in all shapes,sizes and colors. Factor in any other breed the parents may have mixed in,not every Shep/lab will look like yours.

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Jun-13-13 2:24 PM

It is good that people can adopt dogs and cats; they will be your friend for life as long as you treat them well. My husband and I were very fortunate to get a dog from people who live in the mobile home community where we live. He is part Blue Tick and part Basset Hound; he is a good dog for the most part and a great friend to my husband. His name is "Buddy"; which is fitting to him, everyone who lives here in this community knows him and he loves people; mostly he loves kids. He is a friend to almost everyone and we love him so much!!!

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Jun-13-13 8:48 PM

janey, they come in one size BIG. Lab is big Shepherd is big = big dog you can't get a small dog from 2 big dogs of that breed.

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