Love this clip

6 Responses

  1. gertie says:

    Oh really!! :lol: :shout: :lol: ‘smart ‘cookies’ labs’! :lol: Nightnight Tony :rose:

  2. VegVamp says:

    :lol: :lol: What a hoot. :lol: Lovely start to my morning, thank you Tony. :-)

  3. cilla says:

    Love it……so reminds me of OH’S grandsons “it wasn’t me, it was him”. :lol: :lol: :lol:

  4. Beanstew says:

    I really felt for those two dogs. Who among us cannot remember being in that position as a youngster? The memory of it is obviously burnt into my soul, and I don’t imagine that I could have been naughtier than the average gardener. But definitely tickled to see that these dogs have obviously grasped the idea of “Blame him, it wuzna me” from their human friends……

  5. Thankyou Tony, this made me laugh out loud, brilliant, just love the way they were listening so intently :good: :good:

  6. roly says:

    the perfect picture Tony that really brought back fond memories of our labs we had 5 Labradors over the years they where all faithful dogs and gave us many happy times from when they where puppies they went nearly everywhere with us when we where going on holiday they where the first in the car and they loved the sea

    the first two labs where 2 brothers we named them billy and Harvey one black one tan after they died I was so upset I said I wouldn’t have any more dogs but my daughter found 2 puppy labs being mistreated so we went and bought both of them to keep them together as brother and sister and had both for 10 years we also had our daughters lab when she moved home and rocky got on well with the other two labs so we had three labs at one time

    then we began to loose them one by one and I have to say loosing all of them broke my heart and they are laid to rest in our garden at a place that we sit and have a quiet drink friends of ours that lived across the road from us asked us f we could look after there lab when they went on there holiday abroad he was to a lovely lab he was originally being trained for a blind dog but had a slight limp so he was not good enough for a trained blind bog so they had him but his limp wasn’t noticeable he used to run around in the fields with us we looked after him on several occasions he had a lovely temperament

    but the last time we had him I noticed he had become lethargic not the same dog and I told our friends to take him to the vets asap sadly issac had terminal cancer and was put to sleep three days later undergoing an operation our friends where devastated because the treated issac as there child and its taken quite a time for them to actually accept he has gone as it is for us to

    so my wife and me have said we wouldn’t have another dog just yet but I do love labs and that’s a really nice picture thanks for that one Tony :good: :good:

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