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My husband went to Oregon for work (we live in Wisconsin). One of his co-workers had a friend whose Lab had puppies. For some reason the mom rejected Bo and one of his brothers. He needed a home so my husband took him in. He was a shy nervous little guy. When he came to our house he had to get used to being around other dogs and cats. He was afraid at first, but he finally adjusted and is very happy and such a lovable dog. His favorite thing to do is either go to the field or lake and chase his ball. If he could he would play ball 24/7.
The little guy with him is Manny and he was a rescue also. I saw him at a petstore where a Rescue Shelter was trying to get dogs adopted and fell in love with him. They did not have much information about him or where he came from ect. however, the moment I saw him I knew I wanted him. My son later ended up going and getting him for me from the shelter. Manny and I both are happy even though he thinks he is in charge.
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