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I thank Mr. Conran for all his hard work because I have a lovable straight haired Labradoodle called Scooby and she sheds "hair" for England. I have had her since she was six weeks old and she will be eight next month. She is the most intelligent, well behaved, friendly and gentle dog I have ever owned. I met her mother (another straight haired, black)and her father, (a curly haired cream colour)- she was the last of the litter of ten - the only non curly and I am glad I have had the opportunity of loving her - the only time she has visited the Vet is for her annual check up - I tell her not to get ideas above her station as she is only a "posh mongrel" and she laughs at me and wags her tail even more than usual.
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