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    Max's 2nd Fallow

    Quick piccy of Max with on third outing on the Fallow, he's now found Roe, Munties and Fallow for me now chuffed to bits with him.
    Sat him under a high seat for the first time the outing before last, in about 2 minutes he had chewed his lead through, but then sat there for about 1.1/2 hours without getting up once. A bit of a shock after training quite a few spaniels



    Crap photo (it was dark)

    Wayne

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    He seems to be doing very well with his finds, well done Max.

    Strange how he wouldn't settle with his lead on, I had a German Shepherd that hated the lead on, would pull like mad with it on and try everything to get rid of it. Once off, would walk to heel, go and return on command.

    Strange.

    Good on you.

    TJ

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    Good looking dog Wayne. Looks like he is earning his keep.
    A coulpe less in North Herefordshire?

    Jonathon

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    Hi Tj
    He is still very green but he is learning quick and with all the standing crops still about very reassuring to have along.
    He is good as gold walking on a lead, but he's always chewing something when he's sat even if its just grass so I think it was just a case of its there so I'll eat it

    Johnathan,
    These two are from West Herefordshire

    Wayne

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    Quote Originally Posted by WAYNE DAVIES
    Johnathan,
    These two are from West Herefordshire

    Wayne
    I thought that was obvious by the webbed hooves - and you can see from the photo they are 'kissing cousins'!

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    nice going wayne
    looks like max is turning into a cracker
    i hav been having sika out with me now all the time
    nothing like the real thing to bring them on that bit more
    just got to control her exciment a little but it will calm down soon
    well done on grassing that pair

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bandit Country
    Quote Originally Posted by WAYNE DAVIES
    Johnathan,
    These two are from West Herefordshire

    Wayne
    I thought that was obvious by the webbed hooves - and you can see from the photo they are 'kissing cousins'!
    No banjo's though.
    Around my part of the county then wayne?
    happy hunting

    Jonathon

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    243varmint and bandit country
    I have no idea what your on about as I live in the more civilised east of the county

    Wayne

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    Hi Stone
    Yep all is going well at the moment but theres plenty of time for me to balls it up yet.

    Wayne

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    Not to sure about that Wayne, Have heard that 'Them there hills' you live by have plenty of banjo's playing.

    Jonathon

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