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Old 07-19-2012, 11:58 PM   #31
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if you do want to crate, a quick look on craigslist will generally get you what you are after, for a cheap price. that lab will get big pretty fast, so no reason to get a super nice/expensive one.

and that makes sense..
Alrighty, thanks. And ya she's still with her momma and litter mates

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So I'll most likely be going boating with my dad this weekend on our new boat! This will be my first time on it since he got it. Our last one was similar to this but 10 years older. This one is a '95, looks newer than that though, I think! I'm gonna figure out if we would be able to take Cabela (once I have her) on the boat. Gotta potty train her first though :P does anyone rose have a boat that they take there dog on? How did you potty train them on there? I was gonna try and use potty pads. Was it easy or hard for your dog?

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we have taken many of our dogs on boats. even took dads australian cattle dog on the jet ski. there is not much to it, just make sure they have a little doggy lifevest that fits properly, and take em with ya. might take a little while for your pup to get her sea legs, but thats it. besides, you are getting a lab, they LOVE water. might have to watch her to make sure she doesnt jump off to go swimming
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we have taken many of our dogs on boats. even took dads australian cattle dog on the jet ski. there is not much to it, just make sure they have a little doggy lifevest that fits properly, and take em with ya. might take a little while for your pup to get her sea legs, but thats it. besides, you are getting a lab, they LOVE water. might have to watch her to make sure she doesnt jump off to go swimming
Alrighty, thanks!! ) I asked my Dad's girlfriend this today,

"Morgan, do you think Dad will let me bring Cabela on the boat?"

She said, "Oh he will!! Every time I see a dog on a boat I make a big deal about it saying how cute and fun that would be! He has no choice ;P "

Hahaha I was like Heck Ya!!! Lol
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Love this thread, Im Lake Labs(dahh) as you can guess. here is my 4 year old co-pilot Bailey. you can even check us out on FB page, Lake Norman Labradors.
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Love this thread, Im Lake Labs(dahh) as you can guess. here is my 4 year old co-pilot Bailey. you can even check us out on FB page, Lake Norman Labradors.
Very cool!! And ya I decided to make a labs thread to see who all out there had them!
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So once I have Cabela, I'm going to get a little pool and get her used to water if she likes it, assuming she will since she is a lab, I will tale her to my grandmas pool and let her swim there, and see if she will jump off her deck into the pool (it is attached so it is only like a 6in drop). I want to see if she will have what it takes to do dock jumping I'm so excited!! This looks so fun and I'd love to try and see if she has what it takes!
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So once I have Cabela, I'm going to get a little pool and get her used to water if she likes it, assuming she will since she is a lab, I will tale her to my grandmas pool and let her swim there, and see if she will jump off her deck into the pool (it is attached so it is only like a 6in drop). I want to see if she will have what it takes to do dock jumping I'm so excited!! This looks so fun and I'd love to try and see if she has what it takes!
Introduce your pup slowly to water, not every lab likes water. If you get into pool and have it come to you is better than just putting it in. Less shock. I've had 7 labs all liked water but my friend has a lab that won't retrieve a bird/ duck out of the water but will retrieve on land all day long.
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Introduce your pup slowly to water, not every lab likes water. If you get into pool and have it come to you is better than just putting it in. Less shock. I've had 7 labs all liked water but my friend has a lab that won't retrieve a bird/ duck out of the water but will retrieve on land all day long.
Here is a picture of 2 out of my three I currently own. And good luck.
Thanks for the info! Ya I didn't plan on throwing her in haha that wouldn't be very fun. I know I've seen her mom and dad play in the water and they love it so I'm hoping they pass that down! Haha and you have some good lookin pups too!
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Thanks father is the black and son is yellow. We've made many trips to SD from PA, for hunting purposes both were about 6 months old their first time.
Introduction to everything and everyone is the key to a great dog.
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Thanks father is the black and son is yellow. We've made many trips to SD from PA, for hunting purposes both were about 6 months old their first time.
Introduction to everything and everyone is the key to a great dog.
Well that's pretty cool! And yes I want her to be very social! Haha
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All my Labs are crate trained, I would never have any dog not be. I have slept well at night knowing my dogs weren't eating anything harmful or destroying anything of value. Of course it's up to the owner to decide, I have just found after owning 6 Labs that it works for me.

I would suggest looking for a crate with a moveable partition, they have a divider that can make the crate more useable from small puppy to larger dog. You don't want them to have too much room when they are small, they don't like to potty where they sleep and if the crate is too big they can get away from it. I found it helps to keep them in a small area until potty trained.

I kept the crate at the foot of my bed so the puppy can hear and smell your presence. I slept many nights with my head at the foot of the bed so they knew I was there. I also got up every 3 hours to take them out to potty. I always went out the same door, and gave a tiny treat after going. I repeated the command, "go potty" as they went. It was a pain, and I was a little sleep deprived for the first 6 weeks, lol.

Luckily my husband is very patient, lol. All my dogs go straight to the same door to be let out, always bark when in their crates if they need out. They also go potty on command, a friend raises guide dogs and taught me that trick.

Our dogs all ride in our boat, they love the water and it's awesome to watch them so happy. Your little puppy will be lucky to have you as an owner
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All my Labs are crate trained, I would never have any dog not be. I have slept well at night knowing my dogs weren't eating anything harmful or destroying anything of value. Of course it's up to the owner to decide, I have just found after owning 6 Labs that it works for me.

I would suggest looking for a crate with a moveable partition, they have a divider that can make the crate more useable from small puppy to larger dog. You don't want them to have too much room when they are small, they don't like to potty where they sleep and if the crate is too big they can get away from it. I found it helps to keep them in a small area until potty trained.

I kept the crate at the foot of my bed so the puppy can hear and smell your presence. I slept many nights with my head at the foot of the bed so they knew I was there. I also got up every 3 hours to take them out to potty. I always went out the same door, and gave a tiny treat after going. I repeated the command, "go potty" as they went. It was a pain, and I was a little sleep deprived for the first 6 weeks, lol.

Luckily my husband is very patient, lol. All my dogs go straight to the same door to be let out, always bark when in their crates if they need out. They also go potty on command, a friend raises guide dogs and taught me that trick.

Our dogs all ride in our boat, they love the water and it's awesome to watch them so happy. Your little puppy will be lucky to have you as an owner
Great info!! I'll be getting a large crate for when she is big and I believe it has a divider (I'll double check) I also have a smaller one that she can use while still a little pup. I do plan to crate train her. I will also use the phrase "go potty" haha. This week I'm also going out to buy some things I still need to get for her such as bowls, shampoo, a bed for her crate, stuff like that

I am so excited to bring her home. It feels like I talk about her 24/7!! Lol I already love her a bunch and thank you so much for saying that I think she will love it at my house! We live out in the country so there is lots of room to play! can't wait!!
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Just remember, Labs are smart. They have the highest vocabulary recognition of any breed, so if you repeatedly use certain words they learn quickly what they mean. I'm sure every Lab owner can vouch for how quickly the words, "dinner, eat, treat and cookie" were learned by their dogs, haha.

It makes training fun and rewarding, it makes us owners feel we have the smartest dogs around
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Just remember, Labs are smart. They have the highest vocabulary recognition of any breed, so if you repeatedly use certain words they learn quickly what they mean. I'm sure every Lab owner can vouch for how quickly the words, "dinner, eat, treat and cookie" were learned by their dogs, haha.

It makes training fun and rewarding, it makes us owners feel we have the smartest dogs around
Wow, that's incredible well where I'm getting her, they've already started calling her "Cabela" at 3 weeks for me so I'm hoping she will have that down by the time she is ready to come home!
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Oh ya I need to check put that page! Haha
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Awesome, will do. Do you do anything like that? Like dock diving or hunting with them? Hunt curious
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One of my Choc. Labs has hunted for years with my husband, he loves it. I'm not sure if it's the hunting he loves, or sitting in the blind eating peanut butter sandwiches with Mike. It's a tradition that Leo gets his own jar of PB every duck season, he knows what the jar is too, lol.

My female Yellow is afraid of her own shadow, she can't stand noise. She also has arthritis in her hips and moves pretty slowly. She's just a good, loyal pet that doesn't have a job.

The other Yellow is my daughters dog, he is obsessed with water, will never walk into the lake as he must leap into it. He's with me 90% of the time since they have no yard at their current home. He was never trained for hunting.

Our newest Chocolate just turned 2 and my husband has just begun working with him for duck/bird hunting. He has the attention span of an ant, but were hoping he comes around.

He loves the water and responds amazingly to commands, he just want's to keep going when you send him to retrieve. His senses are amazing, I'm sure he will come around with continued training to be a great bird dog.
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One of my Choc. Labs has hunted for years with my husband, he loves it. I'm not sure if it's the hunting he loves, or sitting in the blind eating peanut butter sandwiches with Mike. It's a tradition that Leo gets his own jar of PB every duck season, he knows what the jar is too, lol.

My female Yellow is afraid of her own shadow, she can't stand noise. She also has arthritis in her hips and moves pretty slowly. She's just a good, loyal pet that doesn't have a job.

The other Yellow is my daughters dog, he is obsessed with water, will never walk into the lake as he must leap into it. He's with me 90% of the time since they have no yard at their current home. He was never trained for hunting.

Our newest Chocolate just turned 2 and my husband has just begun working with him for duck/bird hunting. He has the attention span of an ant, but were hoping he comes around.

He loves the water and responds amazingly to commands, he just want's to keep going when you send him to retrieve. His senses are amazing, I'm sure he will come around with continued training to be a great bird dog.
Wow! Sounds like you have a nice group of pups there!
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Here's my best friend a chocolate lab named Hokie. 6.5 yrs, 90 lbs and he thinks he's a lap dog. Can't keep him out of the water.
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Here's my best friend a chocolate lab named Hokie. 6.5 yrs, 90 lbs and he thinks he's a lap dog. Can't keep him out of the water.
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Here's my best friend a chocolate lab named Hokie. 6.5 yrs, 90 lbs and he thinks he's a lap dog. Can't keep him out of the water.
Wow, my name is Lisa and my husband is Mike. We too have Chocolate Labs that think they are, "Lap-rador Retrievers" and Leo is almost 6.5 years.

Quite the coincidence

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I wanted one of each color, but my husband rescued Mocha while in Montana hunting so I ended up with 2 & 2. I had a black Lab years ago, just not at the same time as my Choc. & Yellow.

Good looking crew you've got there

My dog's have been a pain in the butt tonight. I had to break up a fight with Mocha & Lilly, she kicked his butt!! Then I just caught Lilly tearing up a his toy in her crate.

She must have still been mad at Mocha so she took his toy, went into her crate and unstuffed it. I couldn't figure out what the ripping noise I was hearing was. I guess that will teach him to mess with the female of the pack.


I'm thinking of putting them all to bed and having a glass of wine.
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And a picture of mine, brothers choc. And parents white in the jeep.
Cute pups! I like how you guys have all 3 colors
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I wanted one of each color, but my husband rescued Mocha while in Montana hunting so I ended up with 2 & 2. I had a black Lab years ago, just not at the same time as my Choc. & Yellow.

Good looking crew you've got there

My dog's have been a pain in the butt tonight. I had to break up a fight with Mocha & Lilly, she kicked his butt!! Then I just caught Lilly tearing up a his toy in her crate.

She must have still been mad at Mocha so she took his toy, went into her crate and unstuffed it. I couldn't figure out what the ripping noise I was hearing was. I guess that will teach him to mess with the female of the pack.

I'm thinking of putting them all to bed and having a glass of wine.
Sounds like a crazy evening! Hahaha
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I wanted one of each color, but my husband rescued Mocha while in Montana hunting so I ended up with 2 & 2. I had a black Lab years ago, just not at the same time as my Choc. & Yellow.

Good looking crew you've got there

My dog's have been a pain in the butt tonight. I had to break up a fight with Mocha & Lilly, she kicked his butt!! Then I just caught Lilly tearing up a his toy in her crate.

She must have still been mad at Mocha so she took his toy, went into her crate and unstuffed it. I couldn't figure out what the ripping noise I was hearing was. I guess that will teach him to mess with the female of the pack.

I'm thinking of putting them all to bed and having a glass of wine.
The black and chocolate are sisters about 1.5 years old and the white (female) is just over a year old.

The chocolate and white ripped my dads apple tree out the ground yesterday. Other then that they are well behaved for there age.

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