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    Not been on for a while but I thought I would introduce the new pup...
    Not long had him
    His name is Scout
    An English Springer Spaniel

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    Ment to post this before
    Short vid of pup at 15 weeks old... Sika cleaves no blood
    as I did not have any Sika blood


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    Scout is just over 18weeks old now
    This was the last track I videoed last week
    at 17weeks old approx
    short 3hr old track just starting to slow down a little.. but so energetic... joys of training a Springer...


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    Nice to see Richard,
    looking forward to seeing his progress and just goes to show how easy this training is and no specialist dog needed,
    you just need to have the time to put into the training as it's a bit more time consuming than normal Gundog training.
    good luck with him

    Tony

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  5. #5
    Nice pup rich, why the new one ? Have ya shot the lab ?
    Atb
    Jimmy
    Next time you're walking down the street and see a homeless person go buy them a sandwich and a coffee, change of fate and it could be you one day !!!

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    Cheers Tony.....

    Jimmy
    lab is coming on tremendous now only 3 and really coming into his own

    As for Scout
    I needed another spaniel for shooting... seen this litter born and chose scout at 1 day old
    had input on how he was raised and got him at 12 weeks old due to life circumstances delaying his arrival
    and seen the potential in him plus I think I am at the stage now where I need a second dog for deer work
    so will multi use him and see how we go
    hope all is well with you bud..

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    Tidy matey I've got to admit I've an eye for that lab of yours as he's a good stamp of a dog.
    Ps ..... ya a better man than me to be able to pick a pup at a day old what process did you use or was it I'll have the fist that squeaked lol
    Alb
    Jimmy
    Ps... need 2 dogs for ya tracking? Bloody hell how many a day ya doing? A lab will work all day every day fed and kept right so to need a second dog jeez it must be full on
    Last edited by jimmy milnes; 14-10-2016 at 09:01.
    Next time you're walking down the street and see a homeless person go buy them a sandwich and a coffee, change of fate and it could be you one day !!!

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    No hard and fast rules to picking this pup
    i liked the dam and seen her work over the last year
    The sire looks good too.. just wanted the right markings and pup chose... big difference was having an input on how he was raised...

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    Jeez matey wouldn't like to think I was picking a pointer pup off colour at a day old !!
    All the best with it anyway
    Next time you're walking down the street and see a homeless person go buy them a sandwich and a coffee, change of fate and it could be you one day !!!

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    One from yesterday morning
    his first live track... Good chest shot and felt this would be a dead deer
    I filmed the last 50m's approx


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