Dogs in Vet's Office Have Same Markings

I was looking back at some of the screencaps from the episode "The Economist", and I noticed an interesting thing about the dogs in the veterinarian's office. I was looking for a yellow Labrador retriever, since that seems to be a recurring theme, but there were none. However, what I did notice was that all the dogs in the cages had very similar markings. They were of different breeds, but they all had the same color and almost identical markings - a sort of tannish brown color on the ears, part of the face, the back, the shoulders, etc. And a white coat on the muzzle and the underbelly and legs. What to make of this? Is Ben doing some kind of bizarre doggy experiments in his post-Island life? What's up with this?

Also, it seems to me that the dog that is in the poster on the wall (which you can see in the first screencap below) looks like the very same dog that is in the cage in that screenshot.

Anyway, here are some screencaps:

Doggy One

Doggy Two —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Saukkomies (talkcontribs) .

  • Thanks for the screencaps. I would say that the doggy in pic 1 and the poster is a Labrador puppy. The black and white one to the right of it in pic 2 is a Border Collie.--TechNic|talk|conts 05:36, 16 February 2008 (PST)
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