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chunilal















This is when Chuni was 15 days old (yawning, just after getting a good meal from my aunt).

One month old Chuni







This is greedy Chunilal now (thinking my mother would mistakenly drop something from the pot).




















Can you believe it, he is only three-and-a-half month old field-lab puppy? And please don't mind the chain. He is always free. The photographer here was not too comfortable taking snaps from her mobile while the beast was in prowl!

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Vincent said…
What is a field-lab puppy? Is he yours? He seems to be having something strapped to his back. Story! Tell! Whose kitchen? Who stands there?
kaushik said…
What is a field lab pup??
Shuv said…
he is beautiful man!
Ghetufool said…
field lab=field american labrador.
it is a bigger version of labradors we generally see. the one that we more commonly see is the cross between field labs and english labs. english labs are the most beautiful one and is used as show dogs. the labs we see in dog shows are all english labs.

the field labs are used for herding and hunting. they are the true retrievers.

and the gorgeous lady is my mother :-D
Scout said…
awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww
Ace of Spades said…
since when did you start photo blogging? anyway, this was a nice excuse to deviate from the words.
i like the name 'chunnilal' tho.
PRISNI said…
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PRISNI said…
Hello!

I like the picture of Chuni when he was 15 days old, very adorable.
PRISNI said…
The puppy pictures are just too adorable....
Ghetufool said…
thanks everybody!

prisni, welcome to the blog.
preeti said…
arre ghetu..ithna pyara kuthu hai!! and ur mum is adorable tooo
:-)
definitely better than the office beauties for sure!!
Ghetufool said…
yes, the dog is better than office beauties. agreed!
Sophia said…
Your mother is beautiful. Your little puppy is cute. Mothers and puppies always have so much love to give.

Give the puppy a big hug for me!
Ghetufool said…
thanks for your wishes sophia. unfortunately i cannot give the hug anytime soon. i live far far away from my house.

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