Labradoodle 3 – Mice 0

One would think that owning a cat would curtail most of the critter traffic in the house. The family canines’ tolerance of a feline companion looks questionable as any cat would compromise their dominance. Fortunately, the Labaradoodle’s natural hunting abilities make up for the lack of a cat. From flying insects to ducks to low lying four legged creatures, the hybrid designer dog’s nose knows. Sadly, the labradoodle’s companion, a sedentary English chocolate Labrador, shows no interest in ferreting vermin. The Lab’s sole focus in life is consuming… consuming, anything.

Owning a camp, on a lake in the woods, means critters all around and the Doodle’s zero tolerance for critters is usually beneficial. A warning bark at midnight might mean that wild turkeys or other small animals have come close to the house. Excessive barking at the family-room couch indicates that wildlife has moved indoors. The sport of indoor hunting is disruptive to people, furniture and competitive games of Scrabble.

The Huntress

The Huntress


 

The Consumer

The Consumer

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