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Puppies everywhere

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Lily the Goldendoodle baby

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And little Miss Milly today -- she's getting more settled

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Too cute, I pick my pup up on Friday and it makes me even more impatient seeing these!

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Too cute, I pick my pup up on Friday and it makes me even more impatient seeing these!

I think all puppies are cute so you survive the less cute aspects -- like them having to go potty at 2 a.m. Thank goodness the weather has warmed up.

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Two and three are just....well.....perfect!

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I'm a sucker for blaze on a dog.

Very nice pix. What is your set up for these photos?

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One more -- Paris has an ardent admirer but unfortunately the feelings are not reciprocated. Trying to get the two of them in the same frame is proving near impossible.

Minnesota Mongo. I have a Canon 5D. The first one is taken with the Sigma 24-70 f/2.8 zoom, which I ended up not keeping as the focus was very odd. The second two are with the Canon 24-105 f/4 zoom as is the one below. It's a great lens, I only got it this week but so far I'm very happy with it.

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Those are really great Cheryl! I've never heard of a Goldendoodle. You can see the admiration in Milly's eyes on the last one.

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If I had to pick one, sorry I couldn't...they're all GREAT!!!

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They are all great images! I especially like the pic with both dogs in it! It's like the pup is looking up to and learning from the lab! Too cool...

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I love the two of them together even though Paris doesn't like it.

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I am going to make sure that my wife doesn't see these!

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