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Old 12-02-2011, 11:40 PM   #1
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I have a buddy that has a black lab/lab mix that is in need of a home. He is a two year old super sweet male. The boy is way to hyper for his current owner and needs a master that has the time to train him. He is house broken and great with other animals. He would be great as a ranch/farm dog. Or train him to be your next bird dog. He seems very intelligent and eager for your attention, which says to me he wants to learn and would respond well to teaching. I can be contacted via PM or on my cell at 850-293-1438.

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Old 12-02-2011, 11:45 PM   #2
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He is a good looking boy. I fostered a black lab that looks a lot like him. I've always believed that a tired dog is a good dog so I got my bicycle out of the garage and had him jog alongside me in the evening. I noticed a big improvement on his teenage hyperactivity. Your friend might try this if it takes a while to place him. Or, get a kid to do it for him.
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Shunted thanks for the advice. I gave the poor guy a training collar to walk him with. Watching him walk those two dogs hurt my arms! Lol. Now with the new collar he walks like a 10 year old dog. You should have seen the smile on his face. Cheers!
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Collar makes a big difference. The prong collars look mean but they will help and keep you from dislocating a shoulder. The dog will quit pulling on you when the metal pokes him. I had to get one for my 130 rottie boy so that he wouldn't hurt me. He is a pretty boy but whoever gets him needs to realize that he is a teenager. I know a good dog trainer if he wants to go that route. She is with 5 Flags and has great results with rescues. Good luck.
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Nah, this was a collar that leads their head to the right or left if they pull. No spikes.
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That is a Halti collar. They work well. I've used them too but the last teenager that I fostered was too much even for that collar.
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Bump, this boy needs a home!
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