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(Nearly) Wordless Wednesday: Guide Dog Puppy Drexel at Almost 6-Months Old



I love fuzzy puppy faces.

"Is this photo shoot about over? I'm tired!"

Drexel helping me with the piano pedals.  He also started dusting (notice the wet spots where he licked the piano), but obviously didn't finish the job. I'm mortified my piano was so dusty.
Drexel the Adorable



Thanks for a sweet puppy.


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  1. Awww, he IS adorable!! Growing fast too!

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  2. Awww, what a handsome and sweet dog!

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  3. Good pics! He is adorable! Reminds me of my love for my own puppy (okay, she's not a puppy anymore but she'll always be my baby).

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  4. Precious photos of a sweet dog.

    How is Drexel's training progressing? What adventures have you taken with him?

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    1. My main job as a puppy raiser is to help Drexel become well-socialized and well-behaved. He's doing fine so far. He goes with us practically everywhere; he's been to stores, banks, doctor's offices, church, restaurants, etc. We also have outings with other puppy raisers; we'll be attending a Hollywood Bowl performance later this summer, for example.

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  5. He is absolutely adorable!! I have such a soft spot for labs.

    Just curious...how do you manage his shedding?

    Take care!

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    1. I'm afraid I don't have a miracle answer--I just brush Drexel, vacuum my house, and carry a lint roller!

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  6. Aaawwww, he really IS adorable.... He grows up so fast!

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  7. Wonderful pictures of a wonderful nose! I just love yellow labs! I think what you do is just wonderful but I don't know if I could let them go! I know I could, I would just cry a lot afterwards! Until one has loved an animal, part of their soul remains unawakened.

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  8. Found you on Sew Many Way. Love your blog!

    I would love for you to share and link up at my TGIF Link Party.
    http://apeekintomyparadise.blogspot.com/2013/05/tgif-link-party-2.html

    Hugs, Cathy

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