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JayinMN

A pup and a mud puddle.

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Honestly Dad, all I did was went potty, I have no idea where this mud came from.

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Chasing that invisible duck!

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Awe do I have to come in.

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Fantastic shots Jay! Love them all!

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that is a cutie pie. Awesome looking photos.

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How can you get mad at that?

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Great lookin pup! Those photos will be special when he is old and gray.

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Being able to give you the look like he is, he is going to be able to get away with a lot! Nice shots and cute pup.

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Sweet stuff, Jay. No. 2 is my fave. Love the ears back and water in midair!

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Those are great! The running through the water one is my fav...

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