Pupdates----The Prequel. Choosing The Pup.

keirstream

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After taming Breagha and losing 4 stones in the process, I have decided to subject myself to
another round of breaking in a Cocker Spaniel.:eek::eek:
1st round this afternoon and I left reasonably unscathed, but I guess the scars will follow in due course.;);)
One picture of Breagha and her older sister Ruby, the others of the chosen one, Bonnie.
Cracking pups.:D:D(y)(y)
 

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Tom,
As full of beans as all pups.
As an aside, you’re looking exceptionally lean and fit as a result of all the activities.
 

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What a wee darlin!
You forget just how sharp those puppy teeth are.
I would love another wee pup.
 

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zero to a thousand miles an hour in a split second. Take your eyes off her for 2 seconds and she is miles away :ROFLMAO: like in the next glen
Aye, but what a recall eh????
All the way from the next county after a couple of toots on the whistle and she's back at my feet.:D
I reckon she will settle down by the time she is 15 in true Cocker fashion.(y)
Now, to my next test of Cocker taming skills.:cool:
 

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Aye, but what a recall eh????
All the way from the next county after a couple of toots on the whistle and she's back at my feet.:D
I reckon she will settle down by the time she is 15 in true Cocker fashion.(y)
Now, to my next test of Cocker taming skills.:cool:
Aye she’s a Braw dog. Its impressive how much ground she can cover in a few minutes.
Good luck with the new pup mate
 

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Aye she’s a Braw dog. Its impressive how much ground she can cover in a few minutes.
Good luck with the new pup mate
I have a mate who has a whippet which is no slouch and we occasionally run them together on the local rugby fields to burn up excess energy (not mine, I've none left):D
Breagha goes toe to toe with Lilly, just a wee micro tad slower, but Lilly is well puffed long before Breagha is even catching her 2nd wind.
I've never seen a pup with so much energy and I have her out 3-4 hours a day.
She says it's not enough though and I must do much better.:unsure:
Where's the slipper???:ROFLMAO:
 
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