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Labrador Retriever

Labrador Retriever
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penn hips6.5 years agoLabrador Retriever
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'Pedigree Query', Wealdon Sporting continued....7.2 years agoLabrador Retriever
Progeny of Elvis Cox and Gabbard's Carolina Gypsy7.6 years agoLabrador Retriever
Bladder Stones7.7 years agoLabrador Retriever
looking for a Rocheby pup7.9 years agoLabrador Retriever
amending a pedigree?7.9 years agoLabrador Retriever
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