Milo the madcap

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Milo the madcap

Post by Milo17 » 21 Nov 2017, 18:34

I have an F2 chocolate miniature (springer-size) labradoodle who turned one last week.
He is endlessly funny. Every time I turn round he has another funny thing hanging out of his mouth, like comedy cigars. And he is a real handful. I can't keep up with the stream of new activities he finds to do that I haven't thought to train him for. I wouldn't change him for the world.

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Re: Milo the madcap

Post by linny » 22 Nov 2017, 13:56

:) :) Hello and welcome.
We all know what you mean about "funny" seems to be an endearing quality in labradoodles . If they were human I'm sure they would all be comedians :lol:
One of mine (Jethro) does a really good Chewbacca greeting every morning and never fails to make us smile..
Do post some pics of your he called Milo?

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