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    Here's Corbie taking a breather while picking up last season

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    Here's another of him with his work colleagues!

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    Here's my Lucy :-)
    Great picture, certainly looks switched on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorrocks View Post
    Here's another of him with his work colleagues!

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    Beautiful dogs!


    An evening bathe... by Rabc3, on Flickr

    Here's another shot of one of my daft Springers...

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    "Amber" is 4 weeks old now. Apparently the puppies are highly mobile


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    :) looks like all pups are making good progress, is she the one on the foreground?
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    My old great dane Duke with his favourite toy ostrich (the only toy he never destroyed)

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    Quote Originally Posted by VDG View Post
    :) looks like all pups are making good progress, is she the one on the foreground?
    Haven`t a clue which one will be ours ! We are hoping to pop up to the breeder next week to have a good look so might have a better idea then

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    This is 'Toby', an English Springer Spaniel. He was drawn to fit a 16"x12" frame using a beautiful photo of him and his tennis ball.

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    active Bella...



    actual Bella....

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    Sonyman, that picture of Toby is incredible work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pauly View Post
    (the only toy he never destroyed)
    It really does amuse me how they have their favourite toys and manage to keep them pristine. But give them something they don't like and it's destroyed in seconds!

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    I think Alfie has more or less destroyed every toy we have ever bought him. However, a couple of soft toys he inherited from our previous dog have remained strangely intact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AIDM View Post
    Beautiful dogs!


    An evening bathe... by Rabc3, on Flickr

    Here's another shot of one of my daft Springers...

    Rob
    Wow, what a beautiful picture! Amazing clarity and you have captured both the dog in the forefront and the scenery very well. That looks very professional, what camera do you use?

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    I got a mate to do an oil painting of Maisy..


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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanST150 View Post
    It really does amuse me how they have their favourite toys and manage to keep them pristine. But give them something they don't like and it's destroyed in seconds!
    He loved that toy ostrich - he used to carry it around with him and once passed it to the wife when he felt she needed cheering up!

    Every other toy we ever gave him got well and truly 'great daned'

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    "Amber" now 5 weeks old. Still in their lodge at the moment but will be released into the wild (well the breeders garden) next week... if they don`t escape first!






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    Quote Originally Posted by JeppeRober View Post
    Wow, what a beautiful picture! Amazing clarity and you have captured both the dog in the forefront and the scenery very well. That looks very professional, what camera do you use?
    Hi Jeppe,

    Sorry for the delay in responding! Thanks, it's a Canon 600D, but I'm using a 10-22mm lens with an f/8 aperture which gives a big depth of field... Click through the picture to my Flickr account where all the info, camera, lens, settings etc is shown for all the pics...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seano View Post
    "Amber" now 5 weeks old. Still in their lodge at the moment but will be released into the wild (well the breeders garden) next week... if they don`t escape first!
    Looking good! Standing by for the updates
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    Quote Originally Posted by pauly View Post
    He loved that toy ostrich - he used to carry it around with him and once passed it to the wife when he felt she needed cheering up!
    I love this too. They have such an ability to show empathy. They know if you're down and will willingly give you their favourite toy to cheer you up.

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    "Amber" Update

    We have been to see the puppies today and taken a few pics, They are now 6 weeks old and doing really well. Just 2 more weeks before we can bring one home. Obviously we left Alfie at home whilst we went to visit. He was more than a little interested in the smells of 10 puppies and 5 adult Vizsla`s when we got back!







    When the puppies were tired they were put away with their mum and the breeders other dogs were let out to see us - what a beautiful sight


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    Amber is simply lovely.I have experienced your anxiety to bring your puppy home when we had Bailee last year.Her mum is being breed again this weekend and due to circumstances we may be looking after the litter should she fall pregnant .

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    What a lovely looking puppy Amber is.

    This is Austin. I've had him for 5 years now after getting him from a local rescue home. He's a German Shepherd Staffie cross. In theory he should be tough, but he's a softie and a bit of a sissy. I'd have loved to have seen him as a puppy.


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    We have 2 dogs for exhibit in our house..

    Our first was abandoned in a litter of 4 puppies and we think she is terrier dachshund cross, her name is monkey and she was the runt of the litter, a highly capable food thief..she is 6 now



    The second we got at 9 months old he was chucked out by a student who didn't want him anymore as he was too big for her handbag, someone paid nearly 500 quid for him originally and we got the receipt lol.. A pedigree x breed between a miniature jack Russell and a chihuahua.. Loyal little thing, diagnosed with a. Heart murmur this year, growls like a grizzly bear and you need earplugs when he gets wound up, hoped he would have calmed down by 5


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    Quote Originally Posted by itsgotournameonit View Post
    Amber is simply lovely.I have experienced your anxiety to bring your puppy home when we had Bailee last year.Her mum is being breed again this weekend and due to circumstances we may be looking after the litter should she fall pregnant .
    I love dogs but I don`t know if I could cope with a litter; although my wife has already asked if I think we should breed from Amber !!

    How many puppies would you expect? Alfie was one of 11 and Amber is one of 12, although only 10 survived in both litters.

    I`m looking forward to Alfie meeting Amber - I`m unbelievably confident that Alfie will be brilliant with the pup but I am also sure there will be a few "moments"

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    We are ''allowed'' to dogsit this little gem when we are in the UK, she's an absolute charmer - never heard of 'Cockapoo' earlier !
    Poodle brain and working Cocker agility - perfect blend, she keeps our Golden fit !
    BTW, if anyone has arthtritis problems with their pooches, contact the vet in London who has developed his own cure and it works wonders.
    Google 'DS Mobilise' - contains glucosesamine - we now give our 11 year old Golden 2 pills a week after the initial dose, and she is as fit as she was 5 years ago !

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    My little girl!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seano View Post
    I love dogs but I don`t know if I could cope with a litter; although my wife has already asked if I think we should breed from Amber !!

    How many puppies would you expect? Alfie was one of 11 and Amber is one of 12, although only 10 survived in both litters.

    I`m looking forward to Alfie meeting Amber - I`m unbelievably confident that Alfie will be brilliant with the pup but I am also sure there will be a few "moments"

    Hiya Sean.

    The last litter was 9.All lived and are fit and healthy. Ours is in the somewhere They are so cute at that early age. Our 2 got on from day 1 which really surprised me as our Lab was used to the run of the house and our full attention.



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    Another couple of pics of "Amber" and family. Mum Elsa looking very content (unless its pain!). Puppies are now 7 weeks old so we will be collecting next Sunday.




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    heres my pup

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    Is that a normal size tennis ball or a larger one?

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    One of our two delinquents.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Seano View Post
    Is that a normal size tennis ball or a larger one?
    Its a normal size ball. Just the camera angle.

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    Fancy nicking the tele ?




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    Alfie casually guarding my sons TV - quite casually its a 2nd floor flat!


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    Meet Sasha, who arrived with us 5 months ago as a rescue dog.





    Our existing dog Jess was the surviving member of our doggie household, but since she lost her pals had become very insecure and was exhibiting classic ‘pining’, so we decided to get another cocker to keep her company.



    Sasha is age unknown, but we reckon about nine years old and was rescued late last year. We were warned that she had ‘issues’, but we’ve had rescued dogs before so decided to take her on anyway. The first few weeks were somewhat challenging, but she’s settled down now and her character has started to shine through. The beach has lost it’s terror for Sasha and she is far more accepting of strangers - even of men with sticks, which was a big issue for her :-(







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    I make many mistakes. Starting this thread is the exception, thanks guys for all the great contributions. Keep em coming.

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    Met this little girls parents today.






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    New Arrival - Amy - Ginger Ninja 2

    We collected little Amy 2 weeks ago and things are just about getting back to normal. We were going to call her Amber but she became Amy on Day 2

    As expected, Alfie has been brilliant with Amy from Day 1 - only getting angry when trying to sleep. Plenty of play fights, baring of teeth and chasing with a little bit of sleep thrown in.

    Anyway a few pics to start with with plenty more to follow over the forthcoming weeks!







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    Fantastic, was wondering how she is settling in so thanks for the update!
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    A typical play fight!

    Amy makes Alfie cry more often than the other way around. She has sharper needles and doesn`t care how hard she bites!!


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    Ellie has been our best friend for over 12 years and is now best friend to our 22 month old Ivana.



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    Our little pug Rosie-May, absolutely adorable.


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    Quote Originally Posted by shoppy View Post
    Our little pug Rosie-May, absolutely adorable.

    Nearly as cute as Betty Boo



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    Oh my she is incredibly cute...

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    They are both so gorgeous :)

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    Not the best of pics but these are only 3 days old.


    Our little girls parents (Well now 14 months) have just had 13 more. We are on shifts at the moment.


    13 puppys and only 10 nipples.



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    Sunbathing George:



    Just woke up George:



    Looking out of the window George:


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