Puppies

Week 8

Wednesday, January 7th, 2009

7+ week old labrador retriever pups playing around indoors and outside. Four black males and 1 yellow (cream) male left.

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Black Lab Puppy Loves to Play With Ice

Tuesday, January 6th, 2009

Black Lab puppy loves to play with ice

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Black Lab Puppy Loves to Play With Ice

Tuesday, January 6th, 2009

Black Lab puppy loves to play with ice

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Lab Puppies Playing With Mom and Dad Very Cute First Time Outside

Monday, January 5th, 2009

White, Chocolate, Black, and Yellow Lab Puppies Playing With Their Parents. The puppies are 3-4 weeks old in the Video and out and about for the first time.

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Gorgeous Yellow Labrador Puppies for Sale in Florida

Saturday, January 3rd, 2009

AKC/OFA/OFEL/CERF exceptional pedigree http://diamondbarkennel.tripod.com

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Gorgeous Yellow Labrador Puppies for Sale in Florida

Saturday, January 3rd, 2009

AKC/OFA/OFEL/CERF exceptional pedigree http://diamondbarkennel.tripod.com

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Gorgeous Yellow Labrador Puppies for Sale in Florida

Saturday, January 3rd, 2009

AKC/OFA/OFEL/CERF exceptional pedigree http://diamondbarkennel.tripod.com

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Gorgeous Yellow Labrador Puppies for Sale in Florida

Saturday, January 3rd, 2009

AKC/OFA/OFEL/CERF exceptional pedigree http://diamondbarkennel.tripod.com

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Bocephus, 14 Year Old Labrador ROMPING :)

Saturday, January 3rd, 2009

Yes, Bo is old, but he has never really acted OLD.
He is always been a tad crazy, VERY HYPER, and now, add in some old age dementia and what do you get? An active senile dog LOL
He will still play ball, but most of the time he just runs around. I think because he can’t remember if he is getting or retrieving the ball anymore. The game of “ball” has become just too much for his old brain to process.

At the age of 12 he started to have some health issues. Early spring 2007 he was diagnosed with malignant melanoma in his mouth. There is to date, no successful treatments available for that type of cancer, it is a death sentence once diagnosed. There is a new trial treatment with a type of vaccine, but it doesn’t offer a cure, only a POSSIBLE extension of life. With the vaccine life may be extended to ONE YEAR, as the usual estimate for living after diagnosis with this cancer is 6-8 months.
We opted to treat his cancer with benign neglect, (In other words, we chose to DO NOTHING)Because we didn’t want subject him to trials that would cause him pain and probably wouldn’t work anyway. The nearest cancer treatment center place is almost an hour away, and BO HATES riding in the car. Just getting to the cancer center would cause him undo stress (and diarrhea in the car)
I’m happy to report, it has been over a year and a half since his diagnosis.
I switched him to Canidae dog food, and he gets Welactin supplement, Previcox, and osteo biflex OR Dasuquin (whatever of those two is on sale!)
Then, August 2007 he had an emergency splenectomy, for something totally unrelated to his cancer.

By all accounts, he should not be alive AT ALL and we are very blessed to have him for as long as we have.
He has a zest for life, and is a true survivor, and a wonderful companion and is probably the BEST DOG ever. If it weren’t for the fact he is insane.

ENJOY

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MY DOG WATCHING TV

Saturday, January 3rd, 2009

My labrador retriever - Shelby just loves TV!

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