How to tell a Lad from a Dog

Source A Lad, a gentle, curious, and curious dog.

He loves a good story, and a lot of stories.

He is a kind, caring, and loving dog, and will listen attentively and eagerly to anyone who asks.

He can also be very stubborn, and when the doorbell rings at his house he’ll sometimes just run to it, refusing to open it.

Lad is a dog who likes to explore, especially in the city of Chicago, where he lives.

Lad, or ‘Ladie’, is the name of the breed of dog which was invented in 1879 by the American biologist and writer John Lad, who was born in Chicago in 1854.

Lad’s dogs are often called ‘dogmen’ for their wild and aggressive nature, as they are extremely territorial, and fiercely territorial when attacked.

This breed is often known for their strong bark, as well as their distinctive canine teeth.

The Lad is also known for its love of playing fetch with strangers.

Lad dogs can grow to be over 100cm tall and weigh over 250kg.

They are the only dog in the world which has a nose as long as their body, and can also have a nose that extends past the ears.

Although their bodies are very compact, Lad’s bodies are made up of bone, muscles, and cartilage.

Lad Dogs are very social, and are usually very affectionate and friendly towards other dogs and people.

Lad Dog owners tend to be extremely protective of their dogs, and often leave them in a well-ventilated area, where they can be protected from the elements.

However, dogs are also highly territorial, being territorial only about a small area.

This makes them very hard to control, and dangerous to be around.

If you have ever been around a dog, or any other dog, you know that this is a breed which has no place in your home.

If a dog has attacked or threatened you or your loved ones, they will often run for their life, jumping onto furniture or anything else they can.

This behaviour is not uncommon for dogs, which is why Lad dogs are rarely, if ever, euthanised.

Lad breed history The first known recorded appearance of Lad was in the 1880s, when Lad was discovered in the Chicago area.

His name, which means ‘dog-man’, is derived from the Latin word ‘ladus’, meaning ‘to run’.

Although this name seems rather odd to us today, the Lad Dog was first documented as a dog in 1884, in a New York City newspaper article.

The newspaper said that the dog was a “small, lanky, and fat, black, and red, and with an iron nose”.

The newspaper did not provide a specific age or breed of Lad, but Lad was described as “tall and strong, with large teeth”.

The Lad Dog is still considered a breed of dogs today, with the breed being registered with the US Kennel Club in the US, and the International Kennel Clubs.

There are now many Lad breeders throughout the world.

Today, Lad is commonly found in countries from Europe to the Far East, as a purebred dog.

Lad breeds in South Korea, Vietnam, the Philippines, Taiwan, India, and other Asian countries.

The breed has been in the spotlight in recent years, as some have expressed concern over the health of the dogs, especially when it comes to the appearance of their teeth.

Many of the people who have adopted Lad Dogs in recent times have also raised concerns about the breed’s health, and their potential to lead to the spread of canine tuberculosis.

As a breed, Lad Dogs can be quite social, but are very protective of each other.

Although they may be very friendly, they can also bite and fight, and they can easily be dangerous if left unattended or left unattached for too long.

It is not unusual for Lad dogs to grow to over 100kg, which makes them difficult to control.

If left unattending, a Lad dog can become very aggressive and dangerous, as it will jump onto furniture, play with strangers, and jump onto any object it can get its paws on.

This can lead to serious injury, and even death, for Lad owners.

This is especially dangerous when it happens when a dog is left unattension for too many days, and then is left to fend for itself.

In many cases, it can lead the dog to becoming more aggressive, and may lead to an untimely death.

How to recognise a Lad: The Lad dog looks different to a dog of any other breed.

The shape of a Lad’s ears, which are similar to a cat’s ears are distinctive.

Lad dog owners will often refer to their dog as a ‘lady dog’ or ‘cousin’.

This is because Lad dogs have a very feminine look, and in many ways resemble their mothers.

The tail is a slightly rounded shape, and there is a very prominent tip