Small problem with travel restrictions Heero with the pups being 200+ miles away.They are all cute. I wouldnt pick without meeting them. Whichever was least interested in me, most interested in her surroundings, would be my pick.
Cracking pups Alan, full of character.
Bonny looking wee springer their Timmins!
Genuinely no idea he was just going in and out the brush at the river as usual same walk 100s of times and never seen anything that would cause a cut
Bloody hell- that must have been very scary TT!Timmins, the poor wee guy does look sorry for him/herself. Being a springer they'll probably be up and raring to go again in the morning. Hardy souls that they are. I've seen me find gashes that needed stitches only in the evening after a day out, the dog having shown no sign of any injury until time for a tummy rub. One exception for me was about 4 years ago when my youngest springer appeared out of a bush with an odd expression on her face and bright red blood pumping all over her. She'd nicked a veinor artery, so the only thing to do was stick my thumb into the hole to clamp it off, pick her up & run the mile or so home to the car. Sunday afternoon, of course, but luckily the vet lives close to us so we all met up at the surgery. The vet had obviously thought I'd been panicking about nothing but as soon as she saw the dog she decided we'd need to go to the larger surgery in Ludlow. There followed a high speed car chase as my wife drove and I held a, by now, very weak looking spaniel on my lap. Ultimately she was fine after a night at the vet and a HUGE vetwrap bandage keeping her immobilised to stop her opening everything up again. Once I got home to change after leaving her at the vet I had blood soaked through to my underwear and in my socks. The poor wee guy, I'll never forget the feeling of helplessness that I had as we drove to the surgery. Three days later the wee brute was raring to go again!