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    Quote Originally Posted by Toddy View Post
    Walking round Cogra Moss with Loki this morning, great day for it.






    Cracking pics. People can have varying degrees of pleasure in our walks but dogs always love them. And then there's mud......

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    Nice. Totally exhausted from all those new impressions, I suppose!

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    Decided I needed a dog back in my life again so yesterday the girlfriend and I picked up this little beauty.
    She's a lurcher puppy mum being a wire-haired pointer and dad a deerhound of questionable pedigree haha.
    She's called Clover and if her temperament is half that of her parents we'll be overjoyed. Wish us luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RD200 View Post
    Polo likes Omega

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    Freddie's a fan too!

    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DA56 View Post
    Very in vogue these dogs.

    Regular pupdates would be nice too :)

    ps This has to be one of the best threads on TZ.
    "Pupdates" love it!

    Yes we need lots of 'pupdates'.
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe1978 View Post
    Decided I needed a dog back in my life again so yesterday the girlfriend and I picked up this little beauty.
    She's a lurcher puppy mum being a wire-haired pointer and dad a deerhound of questionable pedigree haha.
    She's called Clover and if her temperament is half that of her parents we'll be overjoyed. Wish us luck.
    She looks a beauty chillin' there! Keep us updated for sure. Lots of pupfans on here need their regular fix.
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Pupdates! Great idea... so here is an update on Herbert. 3 weeks has seen his legs almost double in length. 12 weeks old now and back today from his first public walks!


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    Quote Originally Posted by tobetobes View Post
    Pupdates! Great idea... so here is an update on Herbert. 3 weeks has seen his legs almost double in length. 12 weeks old now and back today from his first public walks!

    Nice, how's Buster coping with the whippersnapper.
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldoakknives View Post
    Nice, how's Buster coping with the whippersnapper.
    Itís fair to say he is still pretty unimpressed..... but I havenít seen him silently plotting to bury Herbert yet....

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    Quote Originally Posted by cypermethrin View Post
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    Nice looking pair.
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tobetobes View Post
    Itís fair to say he is still pretty unimpressed..... but I havenít seen him silently plotting to bury Herbert yet....
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldoakknives View Post
    Freddie's a fan too!

    Hahaha it suits him

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    One of the many toys he's savaged

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    Loki out on our regular route:

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    My little lad.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Toddy View Post
    Loki out on our regular route:
    For a dog, this landscape must be something of a permanent holiday. Every day enough stones, cavities and other interesting things for a new adventure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishman View Post
    My little lad.




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    Looking very alert there!
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldoakknives View Post
    Looking very alert there!
    He is a bit of an attention seeker


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    This is Henry - Henry is not allowed on the furniture unless accompanied by a responsible adult



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    Quote Originally Posted by W124 View Post
    This is Henry - Henry is not allowed on the furniture unless accompanied by a responsible adult



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    Sorry ...

    That face! Ha. Gets away with anything I am sure


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    Quote Originally Posted by thieuster View Post
    For a dog, this landscape must be something of a permanent holiday. Every day enough stones, cavities and other interesting things for a new adventure!
    Yea he loves it, lucky enough to live 5 mins away from loads of dog heaven places (Ennerdale, Cogra, Dent Fell etc). Also not far from Keswick, Whinlatter and the likes so always plenty of places to take him for walks.

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    Looks like Henry has been practicing "The look"

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    Mine has been on her holidays with us last week to Cornwall. Shes knackered still :)
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    I never get to walk her these days as she's having a love affair with mrsv.. the turncoat.
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    Another great day for a walk out:







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    Quote Originally Posted by joe1978 View Post
    Decided I needed a dog back in my life again so yesterday the girlfriend and I picked up this little beauty.
    She's a lurcher puppy mum being a wire-haired pointer and dad a deerhound of questionable pedigree haha.
    She's called Clover and if her temperament is half that of her parents we'll be overjoyed. Wish us luck.
    Great choice - I have 2 of them. They run like the wind!

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    Quote Originally Posted by W124 View Post
    This is Henry - Henry is not allowed on the furniture unless accompanied by a responsible adult



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    The name Henry suits him down to the ground.

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    Polo writing his name on Southport beach a few years ago

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    Loki cooling off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toddy View Post
    Loki cooling off.
    Would suit my spaniel Freddie, looks shallow enough for him to paddle a long way, he doesn't like swimming much!
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RD200 View Post
    Polo writing his name on Southport beach a few years ago

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    (You're as daft as me, anyone can see that was posed after he'd finished!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldoakknives View Post
    Would suit my spaniel Freddie, looks shallow enough for him to paddle a long way, he doesn't like swimming much!
    Ennerdale lake, it's great for dogs and kids as like you say it's quite shallow for a bit👍

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldoakknives View Post


    (You're as daft as me, anyone can see that was posed after he'd finished!)
    Hahaha cracker!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toddy View Post
    Loki cooling off.
    Loki looks great as does Ennerdale

    I spend quite a bit of time in Ambleside and never venture to the western part of the Lakes - you have triggered an interest, but it appears to be 40 miles and 1 hours drive from Ambleside but it is showing via Keswick. Is that the only route ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dandanthewatchman View Post
    Loki looks great as does Ennerdale

    I spend quite a bit of time in Ambleside and never venture to the western part of the Lakes - you have triggered an interest, but it appears to be 40 miles and 1 hours drive from Ambleside but it is showing via Keswick. Is that the only route ?
    Yea it's pretty much the only way. It's not too bad a road and once in the western parts you'll find it a lot quieter than the likes of Ambleside, Windermere etc. Keswick is worth a look around and for walks there's Ennerdale, Crummock, Loweswater, Buttermere etc. Whinlatter is also good for a romp around in the trees and has good parking, a cafe, shop and toilets.
    There's also loads of more off the beaten track routes which are great if wanting to get away from.it all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toddy View Post
    Yea it's pretty much the only way. It's not too bad a road and once in the western parts you'll find it a lot quieter than the likes of Ambleside, Windermere etc. Keswick is worth a look around and for walks there's Ennerdale, Crummock, Loweswater, Buttermere etc. Whinlatter is also good for a romp around in the trees and has good parking, a cafe, shop and toilets.
    There's also loads of more off the beaten track routes which are great if wanting to get away from.it all.
    Thanks for that. I know Keswick reasonably well and walk a fair bit through/from Borrowdale. But I must make that extra step west !

    Here is a picture from my walk round Derwentwater on Christmas Eve. Unfortunately no dog as much as Iíd love one and I am very allergic to them




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    This is Walter,the 3 year old cockerpoo.

    Walter likes eating,playing with a tennis ball and sleeping in his dressing gown.

    Walter is also a bit of a ponce

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    Quote Originally Posted by dandanthewatchman View Post
    Thanks for that. I know Keswick reasonably well and walk a fair bit through/from Borrowdale. But I must make that extra step west !

    Here is a picture from my walk round Derwentwater on Christmas Eve. Unfortunately no dog as much as Iíd love one and I am very allergic to them




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    That's a cracking pic.
    i put one in an earlier post from Xmas eve walking from Ambleside to Keswick and remember how clear it was.


    Below is a pic from a walk round Derwentwater a couple of years ago.
    Our boy loves the lakes and Yorkshire Dales as much as we do.

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    Early morning walk at Ennerdale, bit grey and wet but not another person around so nice and peaceful.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dandanthewatchman View Post
    Thanks for that. I know Keswick reasonably well and walk a fair bit through/from Borrowdale. But I must make that extra step west !

    Here is a picture from my walk round Derwentwater on Christmas Eve. Unfortunately no dog as much as Iíd love one and I am very allergic to them




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    Great picture👍

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    Quote Originally Posted by abbs View Post
    This is Walter,the 3 year old cockerpoo.

    Walter likes eating,playing with a tennis ball and sleeping in his dressing gown.

    Walter is also a bit of a ponce

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    Walter looks great in his dressing gown!
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldoakknives View Post
    Walter looks great in his dressing gown!
    I agree. I could see him wearing a cravat and holding a glass of port.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RD200 View Post
    I agree. I could see him wearing a cravat and holding a glass of port.

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    Exactly that!
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    That was my favourite foot stool. I think it's now lost forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe1978 View Post
    That was my favourite foot stool. I think it's now lost forever.
    Much like my armchair.


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    Weekend pupdate. Herberts legs will not stop growing. 13 weeks old, heís going to be taaaallllllll.


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    Crying buckets this morning as I prepare our Nipper's final spot, horrible week ahead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by number2 View Post
    Crying buckets this morning as I prepare our Nipper's final spot, horrible week ahead.
    Sorry to hear that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by number2 View Post
    Crying buckets this morning as I prepare our Nipper's final spot, horrible week ahead.
    Sorry to hear that as well mate😔

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