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Some one left 5 ,little labs at a friends house, 3 balck, 2 yellow, 6-8 weeks old , leave your e-mail addy and I will contact you .

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i am interested. joeyquicksand@hotmail.com

*please put free puppies in the subject so i can sort it out from the spam...

thanks.

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I don't know the sex, Joey,I am getting more info, please stand by, I am trying to find the best way for you to contact each other, All I have is a work e-mail addy, And I really do not want to post it if you know what I mean.

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If this is the same e-mail that I saw yesterday, turns out that it was a month or so old, and the pups are all gone.

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Did it have pictures of them all on a deck, and something about they all have to be gone by Saturday as they are going out of town?

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I was a little disappointed myself when I found out yesterday. Not really looking for another dog, but the pics of those lab pups really had me thinking about getting one, then to find out they were all gone.

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I just got a new chocolate a week ago, so my sis in law said pick up 3 of the pups and we will have 4 dogs like them, I think my wifey chocked on her coffee when she read that. But in the end I am glad they are all gone to good homes.

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