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    Default Jambo , my buddy and my baby!

    2013-01-09 19.56.53.jpg This is Jambo, he's 5 and a halfyrs old 47kg and a Labrador x Staffie


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    Default D.C. (Dad's cat)

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    this is Ronnie 1 -his twin brother Ronnie 2 o'wise known as M.C. (Mam's cat ) passed away last year,unfortunately after 12yrs of
    constant companionship, (cause unknown ) When we bought them as kittens we only wanted 1 cat as we'd recently lost our old
    Bessie and still had 2 old chuhuahuas but they were the last 2 remaining so we took them and called them The 2 Ronnies after OH fave comedy show
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    Default M.C. ( Mam's cat )

    mc 005.jpg This is Ronnie 2 ,at Rainbow bridge now waiting for his family to join him when we're ready
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    Thank you - 'Maggs' - beautiful photos of very loved family members !

    The colouring of Jambo - veeeery nice !

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    Great photos Maggs, Jambo is really cool, like a brindle lab, quite unusual! Love the story of the 2 Ronnies

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    47kg! How much do labs normally come in at? That is huge! Lol

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    nice looking dog mate.

    47Kg .... thats massive for a lab ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by jadielee87 View Post
    47kg! How much do labs normally come in at? That is huge! Lol
    my three year old female is 32kilos but shes tall very fit and muscular
    male labs average 35-45kilos

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    Hi Elle, Yes it does sound massive but he's not that big to look at ,I too was amazed when I saw the the scales ,
    ( no wonder it cost $90 just for the aneasthetic) but vet reckons it;s all muscle and only needs to lose 2/3 kgs
    which is already happening now he's not in pain and can exercise again,mebbe it's the raw roo meat that gives
    him the bulk, he's very good on the lead but I still need a halter or he'd pull me over when we get near the beach
    or dog park as he's so eager to be off the leash, I guess he's like one of those wrestlers we see on telly , all beefed up
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