New Dog

Discussion in 'Shooting, Hunting and Fishing' started by snozzer, Jan 12, 2009.

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  1. Picked up my new gundog this morning a lovely Liver and White ESS pup.

    Already breaking hearts around the village :D :D :D boy is she a fanny magnet. Hopefully here is to the next 12+ years of puppyhood.
     
  2. And you haven't posted a photo! 8O
     
  3. Beat me to it Bovvy :)....picture please snozzer and does this bundle of delight have a name? I am so envious right now......:)
     
  4. You make me want another one I lost my last spaneil over a
    year ago and she was the best dog I have ever owned I could
    trust her no end. I worked her alongside another spaniel of
    mine and together we would regularly get bags of twenty plus
    rabbits....nothing like rough shooting over good hard working
    spaniels....good old days

    Couple of pictures
     

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  5. there is not may things that will bring a tear to a serviceman but to loss a working dog is truly a heart ache .
     
  6. Here she is, the little 18wk old bundle of trouble...

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  7. What a little beaut
     
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    ugly LE Moderator

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    The wifes dog last night! :oops:
     
  9. have you drained its **** glands yet? Litttle ba stards suffer so if this is not done dail...erm monthly, rather....
     
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    ugly LE Moderator


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  11. What is the best breed of dog to work to the gun?
     
  12. ugly

    ugly LE Moderator

    A lot depends on the type of shooting but you will find that spaniels do most things well!
     
  13. I would most definitely say a spaniel is the best all round gundog, my spaniels would be quite at home sitting in a pigeon hide, on a nights duck flighting, standing at a peg on a driven day, out ferreting, but boy they most definitely come into their own when out rough shooting and they are quatering the ground in front of you their tails going nine to a dozen pushing their inquisitive little heads and bodies into every bit of cover going. Spaniels for me everytime all the time :D