"This photo was taken about a week after I came to live with my dad and brother, Cole. You can see how happy I am. Grandma says I have the sweetest doggy face she's ever seen!"
Age: 7 Years Sex: Male
"This is me and my dad right after I came to live with him. I didn't move out of this spot 'cause I wasn't used to having a yard to run around in. Dad spent a lot of time kissing me and telling me what a good dog I am, and pretty soon I realized what fun"
"Grandma took this photo to show everyone what a beautiful, big head I have. She said the top of my head is just the right size for thousands of kisses!"
"This is me and my grandpa on his patio in November of 2006"
"This is me and my Aunt Mollie (she is the Golden). My grandma calls it "the old and the new." Mollie was 9 yrs. old and I was just about a year or so when this photo was snapped."
"I wanted to see what Grandma was doing, but I was too sleepy to hold my head up. Thanks, Dad!"
"Me and my favorite guy, my dad! I was presiding over the Cornhole games." [See My DogsterPlus Photo Book]
Leave a bone for Lucky Dog
Ducky Dog, Good Boy, Sweet Potatoe
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April 4th 2006
Being with his best buds, David (human) and Cole (feline)
Thunderstorms, being awakened from a nap for any reason other than food
Lucky doesn't really play with toys although he likes his wading pool.
Like his Aunt Cady (also on this board) anything he can snatch while counter surfing
Down his street to the field where he once made friends (no, really!) with a skunk and got charged by a deer while protecting his Dad.
Pretending to be comatose and managing to roll over on his back on the sofa and not fall off OR knock his feline brother off.
Lucky is a beautiful English Lab with a very kissable huge head. He comes from English stock and is built like a Mack truck. Lucky was rescued with 132 of his brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, cousins, etc. from a house in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio. A lady who began breeding Labs years ago suffered from some sort of mental illness and kept on breeding the dogs but quit selling them. Her neighbors took her to court and the judge ordered that all the dogs were to be euthanized--adults and puppies, if not removed from the residence in 24 hours. One local humane organization and three from out of state mounted a rescue operation that did remove the dogs within 24 hours. Lucky was brought to a triage area filthy with feces, scared out of his mind and cowering on the floor. This is where we met him the first time. My son, Lucky's Dad, got down on the floor and put his arms around this filthy dog, hugging him and speaking very softly. Within a few minutes, Lucky's tail began to wag, just at the tip and then his whole tail. Lucky turned and gave David a tentative kiss. David said, 'You're a Lucky Dog!!' and the name stuck. David and his best bud (and also his rescued cat, Cole) are known as "the boys" in our family. David and Lucky are inseparable. Lucky is one of the best behaved dogs I've ever seen and I am considering making him into a therapy dog because he would excel at it.
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|August 13th 2007
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