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    Just Picked Up A Cocker

    Nice little bitch, 3 years old and nutty as a box of frogs.
    Looking forward to see what I can make of her...................................maybe a pair of gloves

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    Quote Originally Posted by Les Brooks View Post
    Nice little bitch, 3 years old and nutty as a box of frogs.
    Looking forward to see what I can make of her...................................maybe a pair of gloves
    good luck with that one Les, got two cockers and your right they have got plenty of go in them !

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookingfat View Post
    good luck with that one Les, got two cockers and your right they have got plenty of go in them !

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    Always trained Springers and Labs, a Cocker will be a first for me, love a challenge though.
    Have you got a good stud dog?

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    Has she had any training at all...and what lines is she
    A good working cocker is as good a dog as any in the field hunting wise
    it can be the retrieves that let them down especially in the smaller variety of todays cockers
    good luck with her anyway and look forward to seeing a pic or 2
    ATB

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    Quote Originally Posted by stone View Post
    Les
    Has she had any training at all...and what lines is she
    A good working cocker is as good a dog as any in the field hunting wise
    it can be the retrieves that let them down especially in the smaller variety of todays cockers
    good luck with her anyway and look forward to seeing a pic or 2
    ATB
    The guy has used her for a bit of beating, she retrieves ok, she is pretty small.
    I'll bring her round, always wanted to train a Cocker and a Clumber too

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    I have a dog, never used him as a stud, i think he is a bit on the big side for a cocker he is also a bit hard mouthed but is great as my dogging in dog.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cookingfat View Post
    I have a dog, never used him as a stud, i think he is a bit on the big side for a cocker he is also a bit hard mouthed but is great as my dogging in dog.
    He looks great, not sure about having him on the bed though

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    Welcome to the wild side Les.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bandit Country View Post
    Welcome to the wild side Les.
    Hope she'll do well on my shoot, got places that springers struggle to get into.
    best thing about her so far is she's howling the place down in the kennels.
    Should upset the neighbours

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    Kennels! That's fine & dandy for your riff-raff Springers and lardy Labradors. Cockers are far superior beings which should be accorded indoor sleeping privileges in front of the Aga (or similar) at the very least.

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