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I'm sorry this reply is so delayed (6 months), but I haven't been on here for ages.

Our youngest lab Maisie (Bromwylva Big Bertha) is one of the last litter from Bromwylva labradors and will be 2 years old in October. Our older lab Meg is the sister of Primrose (Glowing Eclipse of Bromwylva and Maisie's mum). My in-laws friends bred Primrose from Molly (Rusleton Doll Tearsheet). So we have a long connection with this line.

Attached is a picture of the 3 generations from L to R and was taken June 2008:-

Molly - Grandma
Meg - Aunty
Maisie - Nightmare

Hope you get this.

Craig and Jo
 

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What a lovely pic of 3 generations!

I find it interesting how the ears are being held lower on the head as the dogs get older. Is this a normal phenomenon!?
 

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Knowing how lazy the elder two are it must be a laziness thing as they get older.
 
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