Great site, I have found some good info here. Seems my Doberman/Lab puppy has the personality of a Doberman, not Lab. Certainly an energetic and curious little thing.
Welcome to the site!
Welcome, Fred G!
Of course, if you've been reading here at all, you know we all love photos of everyone's furbabies.
Welcome and photos please! I have a Lab mix as well, I was told dobie but he turns out pitbull. Would love to see what yours looks like.
Welcome, both breeds are great dogs, hope you have the best of both, and please send pictures.
Welcome to the forum, Ben the rottie sends big welcome yodels!!!
Photo... Let me see what I can do. Here is Max. Ironicly, his mom was an albino Doberman. That did not take, except for a tiny spot on his chest.
Handsome dog still love those big feet!!! he'll be a big boy too......
What a cutie!
Awww, what a sweet heart!
What a handsome pupper! Tal's right - he looks like he's going to be a big boy!
Thanks for posting his picture!
Thanks! He is a 30# lapdog now. He has outgrown his kennel, andy ideas on a good one on a budget?
I love your puppy and those Doberman feet are hard to miss.
I use one for Ben who is 125lbs that came from carealotpets they had a 48" crate for around 80 dollars which is what I spent and it's great, the floor pan slides out for cleaning and locks into place, the door has two latches and even comes with an inside divider if you have two dogs that need to be crated, the divider is removable I took mine and snapped it on the top for more ridigity to the crate.
This is the one I got I think, but the price is good and if you don't have a totally out of control dog that bounces around alot and panics to the point of destruction this one is a good choice. Ben loves his.....I left the website url visible too for you if you want to check it out.
Thanks for the link! I think the 42x28 one will do. I don't think Max will get big enough for the other.
Edited for spelling....
Glad to help out!!! good luck with the crate.....they deliver quick and their customer service is very friendly and knowledgeable
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