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Jack Peterson

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Man oh man do those photos bring back lots of memories. Somewhere in the thousands of slides there is a shot of a 7-wk old Lab named Jake stretched clear across my chest sleeping. He gave me 14 wonderful years, just as all his predecessors and successors have.

My black dogs.....loved 'em every one.

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here is blayzer...

First three are recent 11 months old and he loves to stretch out and sleep on his back! last one was from when he was just a little guy and how he would sleep in my work van each day! Sorry the pics are kinda fuzzy but they are from my cell phone!

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I have posted this one before but the topic seemed to justify posting it again.

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Another one from when they were pups

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... and here is one from this summer with my pup and my peanut, both wore out from swimming in Lake Superior.

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Love the puppy pictures, don't you wish could keep them looking like that with out the puppy attitude.

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Harmonica -That shot with the puppies under the cart should be on a greeting card. That is great. Monkey see monkey do.

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when my britt goes to sleep I will let you know dont hold your breath....

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Here's a couple:

Ali using my daughters cat as a pillow.

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These dogs had too much fun! Can you tell the 'Cities Dogs' from the 'Country Dogs'?

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My Son using Lucy as a pillow!

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