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    On 29 July 2018 at 14:41, WelshAndy said:

    What’s the cross flynny?

    His mum is a GWP and his dad is a black lab

     

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    Dotty and dish

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    Buster after a training day, been doing a bit of steering today with Mrs dougy, left, rights and backs picking up blind dummies. 

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    handsome lab-has the pic been through a filter-would like to do the same with some of my dog pics

    cheers

     

    f.

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    18 minutes ago, Fuddster said:

    handsome lab-has the pic been through a filter-would like to do the same with some of my dog pics

    cheers

     

    f.

    No just click and post. 

    Flash off camera, and diffused, i didn't take the picture, so cant take credits. 

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    Winnie (aged 17 months) out beating with me on Friday patiently waiting for the first drive after lunch to start after working a hedgerow.

    It was her first time out on a shoot day and she was very well behaved and did her jobs well. Early days yet, but I think she'll be a good companion. Must be good breeding rather than my training skills!

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    1 hour ago, WelshAndy said:

    Thanks :good: he’s out of my dog Twm. 

    What makes a miniature wirehair Labrador?

    hes just a paterdale with retrieving pretention's.. quite a thing to see him swimming in a foot of water with an angry goose in his grip..:)

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    11 hours ago, islandgun said:

    hes just a paterdale with retrieving pretention's.. quite a thing to see him swimming in a foot of water with an angry goose in his grip..

    Most paterdales and other retrieving terriers I know would give a quick shake and the goose is not angry anymore. :)

    You don't need a priest if you have a retrieving terrier.

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    Jasper and Barney on a run this morning in the Wolds.

    Good natured as he is it must be said that Jasper is suffering from 'second child' syndrome and his behaviour has changed compared to before we got Barney. This will be ironed out in the spring. Jasper is now five years old and Barney is eight months old.

     

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    New pup, Isabelle. 8w old, very dignified pup (apart when she goes bonkers for some of the toys). In 3 days she already sits, wait for her food, and does a few cute antics in case that earns her a treat. She definitely has us well trained already!

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    1 hour ago, buze said:

    New pup, Isabelle. 8w old, very dignified pup (apart when she goes bonkers for some of the toys). In 3 days she already sits, wait for her food, and does a few cute antics in case that earns her a treat. She definitely has us well trained already!

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    Butter won't melt 🙂 Beautiful. 

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