Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Lab Analysis

This Sunday at the dog park a black Lab named Lola showed up. Then a second black Lab came, and then Boomer, a third one, appeared. A fourth one came, and then-- who knows? I tried to count, but I couldn't get them all in my field of vision at the same time. And, let's face it, black is black.

I hope everyone left with the right dog.

8 comments:

Buster the Wired Fox Terror said...

Good thing it is stying light out longer - can you imagine trying to find the right one in the dark?

Bussie Kissies
Buster

Gus said...

Me n Teka think that even if the owner got confused, the dog would know. Our friend Travis is very bright, and he wouldn't go with the wrong owner unless there was hamburger involved.

Oscar Airedale said...

I love playing with labs, especially black ones.

Licks
Oscar x

Bella said...

hee hee either a 'black lab' convention or maybe Pappy had a knock on the head & was seeing double, triple, ...

Plus gotta say your Fella creates very impressive vidoes given it's not his profession
Wuffs,
Bella

Pappy's Fella said...

Buster,
This must be why they close the dog park at sunset.

Gus,
Hamburger you say? Nice to know the secret to trading for a newer model, should it ever become necessary...

Oscar,
You go on loving your Labs, and don't let anyone tell you it's wrong.

Bella,
It was definitely strange, but not shocking. Sometimes it seems like black dogs and labs represent about half the total pooch population in the US.

Ferndoggle said...

I'm sure that Lola was the most beautiful Lab of the bunch. To be named Lola...you have to look good.

Lola the little White Boxer

Pappy's Fella said...

Ferndoggle,
Lola was the most crazed of the bunch. She would race around, bounding over other dogs, catch one of her front legs as if she was going to do a face plant, and then pull out of it at the last second. She did this like three times and I decided it was her favorite game.

Brody the Bulldog said...

My neighbor Henry is a Lab..but he's totally blonde--literally and figuratively.