My Buddy

carptom1

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So back on April 1st I had to part ways with my awesome hunting partner. My sister-in-law, knowing how devastated I was with this occurrence commissioned a local artist to do an oil painting of him. You will notice the notch out of his tongue. He bit through it while hunting one time. I took him to an emergency vet, but he said there was little he could do. It never seemed to bother him and was part of his character. I find myself missing him even though I have a new puppy that is making strides.
 

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Citori16

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So back on April 1st I had to part ways with my awesome hunting partner. My sister-in-law, knowing how devastated I was with this occurrence commissioned a local artist to do an oil painting of him. You will notice the notch out of his tongue. He bit through it while hunting one time. I took him to an emergency vet, but he said there was little he could do. It never seemed to bother him and was part of his character. I find myself missing him even though I have a new puppy that is making strides.
Cool pic & cool sister - in- law
 

jonnyB

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So back on April 1st I had to part ways with my awesome hunting partner. My sister-in-law, knowing how devastated I was with this occurrence commissioned a local artist to do an oil painting of him. You will notice the notch out of his tongue. He bit through it while hunting one time. I took him to an emergency vet, but he said there was little he could do. It never seemed to bother him and was part of his character. I find myself missing him even though I have a new puppy that is making strides.
Buddy was truly one of a kind - nice to have a painting of him! Our dogs tangled sometimes, but were quite a pair in the field. Let's get together again this fall, OK?
 

PairOfLabs

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What a great sister-in-law. I wish I had more pictures of all my past labs.
 
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