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- Sun Jun 16, 2019 6:20 am
- Forum: Just Talkin' Dawgs
- Topic: The time is right. THANK YOU!
- Replies: 9
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Jim I have always appreciated your insights, knowledge and basic common sense on this board and when I called. We have talked and I totally understand your decision and commend you for it. Only so many hours in the day and our lives. Enjoy your family even though I don't think you had ever neglected...
I was happily surprised with all the rabbits the dogs jumped this winter. But I think I only shot one this year and I am lucky enough to have a few spots to run and hunt, so when the rabbit slayers, (my son and the daughter's boyfriend) want to shoot a few I can try to save my favorite places.
I have not stated the ancestry of my dogs. But yes they do have shared ancestors in their pedigrees and display similar consistent characteristics. So your understanding is correct.
Blew the dust off the old Webster's Dictionary and looked up "bloodline", one line definition - "Direct line of descent, strain; pedigree" Checked the trusty Thesaurus, "One's ancestors or their character" So if the dogs I own all have good line control, know where the point of loss is and consisten...
- Mon Dec 24, 2018 7:30 am
- Forum: Upcoming Field Trials
- Topic: SNOW SHOE RIDGE, LARGE PACK, ON SNOW
- Replies: 8
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C'mon Joe when are you going to post results. Tis the season to give. Nobody down here in Florida is calling you Scrooge, yet! You know there are a few of us unlucky fellows who don't live in paradise like the rest of you and live vicariously through the pics and postings on here. Hope everyone has ...
Could be Lymes Disease. I had a dog that had it and I did not know. Took her to vet they tested her blood I believe and discovered it. Medicine did cure her illness but not the back tracking. That dog would be fine one day and off her feed the next. Some of the weirdest symptoms I ever saw in an ani...