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12/7/06 11:25 PM
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scowy
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Edited: 07-Dec-06
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anyone have one? when im done school and can afford a dog im thinking about getting one
2/1/07 4:01 PM
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Edited: 01-Feb-07
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3/9/07 11:12 PM
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Edited: 09-Mar-07
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If your'e still checking this thread... I had some friends that had them. F'ing great dogs, but you really need to live near or even on the water to keep them happy. They're like a roided Lab, they'll swim all day in rough freezing water and love it. There's nothing I can say bad about them, maybe they're not as playfull as a Lab and they are more hard headed.
4/4/07 2:05 AM
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4/21/07 11:12 AM
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Edited: 21-Apr-07
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If you're still looking at this thread, I have a friend who has had several of them. They were bred to hunt in freezing water that labs could't deal with, and then guard the catch afterwards. They have a protective side to them, and can be somewhat aggressive. Hairy dog, but a good retriever. Didn't seem like a tough dog to train (at least, compared to the breed that I like).

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