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My bud.....and new bud

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My hunting buddy and my additional hunting buddy....Sam and Lexi

Sam is the more mature one (well that might not be true) Lexi is the 10 week old ( the little one)

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Hey... Where are you going with that ball?

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What are you looking at?

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Hey... I think that ball is mine!!

"hooks"

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Looks like to peas in a pod. I got to yellow labs that are brothers, what a couple of nuckel heads.

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Double trouble!

Looks like a good pair.

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Look at the giant paws on the puppy. Gotta love those lab puppies- LOL.

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Nice pair of dogs, they compliment each other nicely.

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Thanks! grin

All I can say is that it has been interesting so farcrazy

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It is hard to believe those big paws don't look so big anymore.

"hooks"

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MN Mongo already made mention of it but the thing that sticks out for me in the first series of photos are the meat hooks on that pup grin He looked like he could have paddled a tug boat with those paws. He must have grown into them.

They are good looking labs.

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very nice lookin dogs bet they work that cover like a swat team clearing a house

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