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    BMH X demonstrates uncanny Tactical Assessment

    Here we have my BMH X demonstrating excellent tactical judgement... and acceleration to shame a Whippet on crack

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moray Outfitting View Post
    Here we have my BMH X demonstrating excellent tactical judgement... and acceleration to shame a Whippet on crack

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    If something has a big enough mouth to eat enough to s**t out a deposit like that on the road, I would run from it as well...

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    And thats just the moles!

    They are topped off mole hills - solar powered repeller is waiting for summer! Bit you refer to was tyre pick up of soil.

    Just in 'defence' of Ozzie ( 9 month old Great Dane pup who had actually just been butted in the er, er nether region.. by BMH with death wish.
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    Faster than a speeding bullet, Dawg gone!
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    The last one is that the BMH ? Nice color .

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    Rudi

    One closest to camera is Ozzie a visiting Great Dane 'puppy' - grey with splothches. The mid air blur is the BMHX Scooby - know BMH mother and believe Patterdale father - from a mixed litter as some defn show black lab elements. His colour is skewed by doppler effect as he approaches trans-light speed
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