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Here is our new addition to the family, this is Kobi, he is an 11 week old Doberman

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Cali posing proudly near her latest find. She was even prouder about 15 minutes after this photo as she managed to find a nice bit of fox poo to roll around in. Had the time of her life.

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She has classic small dog syndrome. Always has to have the biggest stick

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Being a Spaniel it's basically impossible to keep her out of any water
 
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There's something remarkably tenacious about the smell of fox poo, (and foxes).

I trapped a fox that was after some of my birds a few years back, and an acquaintance was giving me grief not to shoot it and bring it over to his smallholding ten miles away and release it. The wife took his side so I had this humane trap with this big dog fox in the back of my Volvo estate taking it to this bloke's place. It took about half an hour to get the cage in the car with the wife frightened it might bite her, so she insisted in baggering about with some strap arrangement so she didn't have to put her fingers through the mesh... It was a bloody pantomime.

I remember thinking to myself what madness is this I'm involved in, the damn thing could cover 5 miles in a night and be back in two days. But the worst part was the smell in the car lingered for a month after I released it. Probably got fleas in the car, too, damned things are usually riddled with 'em.

Never even got a couple of pints off the bloke either. Next one got some lead in its ear.
 
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There's something remarkably tenacious about the smell of fox poo, (and foxes).

I trapped a fox that was after some of my birds a few years back, and an acquaintance was giving me grief not to shoot it and bring it over to his smallholding ten miles away and release it. The wife took his side so I had this humane trap with this big dog fox in the back of my Volvo estate taking it to this bloke's place. It took about half an hour to get the cage in the car with the wife frightened it might bite her, so she insisted in baggering about with some strap arrangement so she didn't have to put her fingers through the mesh... It was a bloody pantomime.

I remember thinking to myself what madness is this I'm involved in, the damn thing could cover 5 miles in a night and be back in two days. But the worst part was the smell in the car lingered for a month after I released it. Probably got fleas in the car, too, damned things are usually riddled with 'em.

Never even got a couple of pints off the bloke either. Next one got some lead in its ear.
You big softy :p
 
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There's something remarkably tenacious about the smell of fox poo, (and foxes).

I trapped a fox that was after some of my birds a few years back, and an acquaintance was giving me grief not to shoot it and bring it over to his smallholding ten miles away and release it. The wife took his side so I had this humane trap with this big dog fox in the back of my Volvo estate taking it to this bloke's place. It took about half an hour to get the cage in the car with the wife frightened it might bite her, so she insisted in baggering about with some strap arrangement so she didn't have to put her fingers through the mesh... It was a bloody pantomime.

I remember thinking to myself what madness is this I'm involved in, the damn thing could cover 5 miles in a night and be back in two days. But the worst part was the smell in the car lingered for a month after I released it. Probably got fleas in the car, too, damned things are usually riddled with 'em.

Never even got a couple of pints off the bloke either. Next one got some lead in its ear.

One of my dogs is a magnet for fox poo and will roll in it at any opportunity. It stinks like nothing else. However Copper knows the drill and when we get home goes to stand by the bath because she expects the inevitable scrubbing when we get home.
 
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If there is water, he will find it. The muddier, the better!


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It took us a while to get him out of this little pool.
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Words of wisdom
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Puppies! Well last year I was knee deep in puppies too. What a beepload of work that was...

Here are the results. The mom is 3.5yo, pup is JUST a year (and 3 days) old. Mom is a fantastic working girl, and the pup is learning fast.
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Koda enjoying the sunny weekend weather.
He's yet to be allowed off the lead out as his recall Isn't up to scratch

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