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Labrador STEALS the Thanksgiving turkey !!

Never underestimate the power of their jaws or neck. 8)

Mine regularly moves the entire firewood pile around the yard when there aren't any squirrels or geese to chase.

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Busted! Idaho dog steals Thanksgiving turkey

Photos courtesy of Erik Ator.


Story Updated: Nov 27, 2009 at 12:02 PM MST
By KXLY - Spokane
POST FALLS - One Idaho family may have had a tough time celebrating Thanksgiving after a thief was spotted stealing someone's turkey early Thursday morning.
KXLY in Spokane reports that Erik Ator was coming out of a local gym when he spotted the thief carrying an uncooked turkey still in its wrapping heading running down the street.

The thief had four legs.

Ator managed to snag a couple photos of the suspect as it fled down the street. The suspect was a yellow Labrador Retriever with a dark brown collar.

It's not known who owns the dog or whether it's related to the family that is now out one Thanksgiving turkey.

 

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That's hysterical - great pics. They all have some predator in them, a big bird on the counter has to be to impossible resist.

As a roommate found out years ago when my first Samoyed stole a raw steak off the counter.

Gidget's uninterested in the kitchen, except where her Greenies are stored. Perhaps something to do with my culinary skill.

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for a moment there I thought they were doing lab type testing on turkeys now instead of lab rats. where do you think the nutrea in lousieana came from?or those giant hampster looking things. all tho I do love turkey,cant seem to get enough,hhmmmm I wonder if the price is going to go down when they start selling 368.2 pound turkeys? dang it now I'm hungrey again.time to quit pondering & start wandering.
 

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Review of the instant replay reveals the Labrador was simply performing a public service and helping defrost the turkey for the hapless home owner.

Only Labradors are capable of this level of service . . . other breeds lack discipline, focus, desire . . . some even require hours of primping and blow drying before venturing out in public.

Chihuahuas won't go out in the rain or snow . . .

Pugs are afraid of the dark.

Border Collies are too "aloof" to even care . . .

Labs are always "good-to-go" 8)

Chocolate Lab in a BP shirt greets customers at Clearwater store




 
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