corncob wrote: rlvallee wrote: corncob wrote: rlvallee wrote: corncob wrote:
rlvallee wrote:I don't have a DH dog either, but I do have a Britt. Anyone who thinks they don't have drive doesn't know what they're talking about. The difference is when they are at home they have an OFF switch and are relaxed. I'll never own anything but a Britt. I love all labs but that doesn't mean they're all created equal. They each have there good and bad. Don't get sucked into having a certain kind of lab, get one that fits YOU regardless of where it's from. Mr Milner does not have a puppy mill and to say such is just wrong.
north american labs dont relax??
also you duck hunt with a Britt? or a British Lab?? huge DIFFERENCE
I guess if your being have OCD then differentiating between British and Britt is important. A Britt lab is the same, it's just slang, which I'm sure most people know. I had to get use to people calling British labs English labs up here, very wired. Samething though. I shouldn't have generalize about American labs, but I have never met one that wasn't a spaz or hot, at least till they're 8/9 years old. I'm sure there's a mellow one out there.
are lazy house cats too wound up for you?
hunted over Britts since i was 5 not a one was a lab
i was hoping your were man enough to buck the system and had a retrieving orange and white dog...
Well, I see somethings never change, you're still as obnoxious as I remember you on the refuge forum. So only Brittany's are allowed the slang term Britt? Amazing you personally can throw that slang rule out there. Why don't you just be honest with people and tell them you hate "BRITISH" labs, that is your MO after all.
i have never been on the "FUGE" i dont see two T's in british so yes only Britts be Britts
you havent spent much time around other breeds if you think labs are high strung or dont have a off switch
The chances of someone having this same screen name has to be astronomical, so okay If you want to argue over slang regarding Brit(t), then fine, live the drama. Yes, you're correct about the double T's, it's just slang, who cares, if it makes you feel better then I'll acquiesce. But, you are taking me out of context with my original post. What i was trying to say was that British labs are "generally" more relaxed at home than the average American lab. It wasn't met as an insult. I'm sure there are many American labs that are relaxed around the house (again, generalities). The slang and generalities are just that. I know nothing about Brittney's, but I wasn't speaking of them, you brought them up because I put an extra T in a slang word, oh my the travesty. The point I was trying to make and will stand by is the issue of drive. Both American and British Labradors have the drive and for people to say one has less then the other is wrong. I further stated I love both, American and British labs, but I'm partial to British labs, my choice and opinion. People should get whatever dog that suits them.