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On 03/03/2019 at 08:58, JDog said:

Fine pictures of Chief who looks like a proper dog.

Absolutely, love him.

On 03/03/2019 at 09:28, Dave at kelton said:

My four all now out of work until next season, just the odd pigeon trip and a lot of training to keep them on their game.

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They'll do

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3 hours ago, Mickeydredd said:

Dad and two sons training in the Spring sunshine.

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Oooh. I do like that. 👍

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3 hours ago, Mickeydredd said:

Dad and two sons training in the Spring sunshine.

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they look beaut !!! 

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On ‎27‎/‎03‎/‎2005 at 16:26, paulos said:

heres mine, Ghillie, good with the gun and hunts great - but scared to death of other dogs and people. any tips would be greatly appreciated!

 

I have convinced my wife that ours need to be "socialised" so we take them to the pub. We occasionally drop in after a walk, have a bite to eat and a pint, they soon get into the routine, they know they'll get a chip if they are good.

Edit: oops, may be a bit late but good advice

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23 hours ago, hedge said:

Oooh. I do like that. 👍

 

23 hours ago, MacSxS said:

they look beaut !!! 

 

22 hours ago, Newbie to this said:

Lovely looking dogs Mickey

Thanks, they are fine specimens.  My lad, Buzz, is nearest, his brother Chance is in the middle and dad, Rolex, farthest away (they belong to the missus who trials)

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40 minutes ago, Mickeydredd said:

I suppose I should also show off the spaniel, just coming up for one year old.  A wee cracker!

 

 

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Good picture. Did he share his raspberry Mivvy?

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33 minutes ago, williamwansbeck said:

Latest  addition a rare breed-Braque du Bourbannais bitch pup 5 months old (type of french hunt,point,retrieve pointer)

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Nice looking dog. :)

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Barney the Sprocker is one year old today.

Seven months ago when he broke his elbow we could never have imagined we would have such a fit and very fast dog as we have now. To coin Ditchman’s phrase we have a Barnyard Rocket.

As far as training is concerned all I have done with him is sit and stay and return on the whistle. There is no rush with the rest of his training as Jasper is my shooting dog and I would like Barney to be a puppy for a bit longer yet.

 

 

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Posted (edited)

I now do not have a dog in my life now and could cuddle them all.  Some super looking dogs of character there. 

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2 hours ago, Walker570 said:

I now do not have a dog in my life now and could cuddle them all.  Some super looking dogs of character there. 

i feel exactly the same way.............i miss the smell of dogs and their companionship.........................they are more of a worry to me now than children..

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Buster near Keswick this week, with an outbrake of Blue Green algae on the Lake we could not really let him off the lead. A shame really I think the chain spoils the photo. 

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