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Maggie Rose

Jake Thomas

A Doggy Lifestyle Blog with A Daily Dose of Cuteness.

A Doggy Lifestyle Blog with A Daily Dose of Cuteness.

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Pets

Keep calm and love your pet. From health and wellness to dog-friendly recipes, pet-care tips and dog park reviews, this section of the blog is a dog-lover’s paradise!

Food

Sit, Stay, Eat! While we love making special treats for our adorable Labs, this category is for our human friends who LOVE to eat and bake! 

Home Décor

Home is what you make it. And we love to help make your home warm and welcoming! Browse this category for all things home décor, seasonal tips and more. 

Life

All the other things I love. Style tips, gardening, book reviews, travel… the list goes on. This category of the blog covers all of this and more!

about us

Live, Lab, Love.

Hi! I’m Bobbi Jo, a lab-lover who took my passion for dogs and turned it into something bigger. Two Adorable Labs is of course partially an ode to our love for dogs—specifically our two adorable Labrador Retrievers Jake and Maggie—but our primary purpose is to be a go-to resource for the lifestyle of pet-lovers near and far.

about us

Live, Lab, Love.

Hi! I’m Bobbi Jo, a lab-lover who took my passion for dogs and turned it into something bigger. Two Adorable Labs is of course partially an ode to our love for dogs—specifically our two adorable Labrador Retrievers Jake and Maggie—but our primary purpose is to be a go-to resource for the lifestyle of pet-lovers near and far.

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What Is “Irresponsible” vs. “Responsible” Dog Breeding?

What Is “Irresponsible” vs. “Responsible” Dog Breeding?

Responsible dog breeders use simple genetic cheek swabs to look for hidden conditions that may have found their way into a breed.  If the dog is a carrier, then they will be bred with a clear dog.  This preserves the breed while ensuring that puppies are free of known genetic problems.  Irresponsible breeders want to make a buck, breed the...

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Buffalo Chicken Dip

Buffalo Chicken Dip

I hope everyone had a great weekend!  We had bad weather here in WV so Thomas and I decided to cancel our plans and stayed home with the pups.  One of my favorite things in this world is to enjoy a weekend at home with Thomas, Jake and Maggie.  I especially love when the weather is bad and we are all snuggled in together.  I took this opportunity...

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Makeup Tips

Makeup Tips

This weeks post were on some pretty serious stuff so I thought I’d change it up a bit and talk about something fun like the makeup Thomas bought me for Christmas!  He knows I love putting a gift theme together and added some Bath and Body Works lotion and shower gel and MAC makeup in the same color scheme to the mix.  He hates to wrap but the...

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Help Australia

Help Australia

The Australian bushfires, which have been burning since September; in mere months, an estimated one billion animals and 25 humans have been killed, and 12.35 million acres of land containing approximately 2,000 homes have been incinerated.  Experts are saying that climate change is playing a big part in what has ignited these devastating fires...

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Why You Should Never Buy From A Puppy Mill

Why You Should Never Buy From A Puppy Mill

My neighbor in Missouri had the most adorable little Shih Tzu I had ever seen.  He had this quirky look with a droopy left eye and the sweetest personality.  I never asked what was wrong with his face but when she proceeded to tell me where she adopted him and what the “farm” looked like, I realized she had adopted from a puppy mill.  As I stood...

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What Does Tethering Of Dogs Mean?

What Does Tethering Of Dogs Mean?

What does “Chaining” or “Tethering” of dogs mean? The term refers to the practice of fastening a dog to a stationary object or stake, usually in the owners backyard, as a means of keeping the animal under control.  These terms do not refer to the periods when an animal is walked on a leash.   When you google “tethering a dog” the definition is a...

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Frankie Available For Adoption

Frankie Available For Adoption

I've partnered with the Beaver County Humane Society again and I'm making it my mission to be at their facility at least once a month to take pictures of the sweet animals up for adoption.  I had the pleasure of meeting Frankie last Friday and she won my heart.  It didn't take me long to bond with her as she was very curious, friendly and...

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Tips For Making A Party Appetizer

Tips For Making A Party Appetizer

I recently posted "How to make a meat and cheese tray for 8 people" and thought I would include this appetizer I made for the holidays.  This cheesy and salty dish is loaded with color and flavor and so easy to make.  Honestly, I think it put everyone in the party mood as soon as they walked into my kitchen!  :-). I like putting appetizers out...

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How The Pet Industry Has Grown

How The Pet Industry Has Grown

With the pet industry exploding in growth opportunities, I thought I would put together some statistics on pet ownership, cost per month, and how advanced we have come in our thinking about the quality of food, treats, care, services, and technology.  We are now looking for high quality food, organic food, quality medications, quality vet care,...

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The Breakdown And Dysfunction Of An Animals Mind

The Breakdown And Dysfunction Of An Animals Mind

Rene’ Descartes, the 17th century philosopher and mathematician once quotes that animals were not so much organisms but machines, biological devices with no more awareness than a clock.  “Animals eat without pleasure, cry without pain; growing without knowing it.  They desire nothing, fear nothing,” he wrote.  I am in complete disagreement with...

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