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    gday all,
    thanks to the mods for the dog section.
    i think it'll be much appreciated.

    anyway, how 'bout people putting up some pics of their working gun dogs/hunting dogs etc.

    my lil' springer spaniel.
    she'll be 14 at xmas. now much retired.

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    here are some photos of my current and past workers
    missy
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    panda & lexi
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    EJ & Blae
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    Sent via pony express and mail plane

    You know that moment when the steak is on the grill and your mouth waters in anticipation? Vegans feel the same after mowing the lawn.

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    • Snag
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      here are some photos of my current and past workers

      Awesome dogs Fish.

      I rescued my Border Collie / Kelpie cross about 18 months ago She was three months old. I picked her up three months after I lost my 17 YO Bluey coss Wombat.

      She is just fantastic. Makes be get off my butt for a run and a play every day. Smart as hell and affectionate without being soppy.

      If you poke a Border Collie they will giggle.
      Poke a Kelpie and they'll say "Where's the action?"
      Poke a Bluey and they'll say "Don't!"

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    My future duck dog. Pic was taken about a month ago, so he's grown since then and is showing great promise so far.

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    • #4
      To be honest he doesn't really belong here, but I reckon he would make a great service dog.
      His name is "Jack" and is just 10 months old, but still scares the crap out of a lot of people who first meet him.

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      He who has never made a mistake has never made anything.

      Many things have been developed by persons who were not smart enough to realize that they were impossible.

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        Originally posted by Dingo745" post=9323
        To be honest he doesn't really belong here, but I reckon he would make a great service dog.
        His name is "Jack" and is just 10 months old, but still scares the crap out of a lot of people who first meet him.
        That is one beautiful looking shepherd. He'll be a big lad when he fills out in a couple of years.
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      My 14 week Blue Heeler pup Zoe

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        Young Gun,

        How could you not love Zoe?

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      Rising star "scout" on the left 6 month old red cloud kelpie x bull Arab
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        Rescued 10 yrs ago and he's never forgotten it, unbelievably loyal and attached to my hip.
        His mum was Rotty cross Shepherd and dad was a Bluey.
        Best 20 bucks I ever spent.

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          Originally posted by wheelynuts" post=9418
          Rescued 10 yrs ago and he's never forgotten it, unbelievably loyal and attached to my hip.
          His mum was Rotty cross Shepherd and dad was a Bluey.
          Best 20 bucks I ever spent.
          He looks like one wise old timer. Bluey's are great dogs and tough as nails.
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        This here little bugger came all the way from Charleville.... He begged Uncle Jed to get him away from that town and take him to Beverly Hills.


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          his sister likes charleville Jed
          you can take the dog out of the bush but you can't take the bush out of the dog
          has he been for his operation yet


          [quote="Jed Clampett" post=9897]This here little bugger came all the way from Charleville.... He begged Uncle Jed to get him away from that town and take him to Beverly Hills.

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        This is my current girl, Tess


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        This is my old mate waiting for a bite of the giant sardine I caught. He made it to 17. That's TLC for ya. He was a dwarf. Saved him from the green needle.


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          the old fella didn't miss out on too many feeds did he Snag

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        This one is my next project. A pig dog.

        You put him in your breast pocket and watch his ears and snout.

        Then when he pulls his head in and vibrates you know you are onto something good.

        Maybe I should keep his bottom half in a plastic liner.


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          My little Jack Russell hates to back down . Unfortunately I have had to save him a few times.. He ended up pushing his weight around with the dog pictured and copped a bit of a hiding . Only a day off work and he was back on the quad
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          He just loves being out hunting and just came back from a trip to the cape chasing pigs.

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          • #12
            Most of you have probably seen me post my girl 'Indy'. Seeing as this is the official Gun Dog page opener I'll post again

            This is her at 5 months of age doing her first rabbit retrieval. We played fetch for some time before I had her take it all the way back to the house for me. Excuse the repetitive "Good Girls" but, it usher praise word.

            http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JYmiICHF5CQ

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              This is her the other week at 15months of age doing some obedience work using Sambar Hind Hocks. The deer was oestros making her glass on her rear hocks quite useful to our training and obedience.

              http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=yzuWOh4uZUc

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              • #14
                Sadly, I am all done with using my girl on Deer this year. I got the fright of my life on Friday afternoon when I was walking up a gully and stood directly on the head of a brown snake whilst it's body wiped up at my leg. I absolutely shit bricks, just out of curiosity what is the triple jump world record again?
                I checked my legs about 10 times and all seemed well, thank god. However, I've seen too many of late and my girl means far too much to me to be risking her anymore this season.

                Hey Young Gun she's a bloody rippa. Great photo! Who gets the front seat nowadays mate? The dog or the missus? it's great having a dog.

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                • Snag
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                  Sadly, I am all done with using my girl on Deer this year........

                  Yep I will not take my girl into brown snake territory. She's probably quick and smart enough to handle a strike but I will not take the risk. I could not handle losing another chum at the moment.

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                Old mate Jackie In her rottweiler disguise --gamest dog I ever had taught Ned Kelly the definition of game.
                My dog the current little girl and baby in our home --has the courage of a mouse and a will of her own and unbounded love for her owners --US
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                Don’t poke the snake, walk around it and come back later with a double-barrelled shotgun and blow its [email protected]#!ing head off!.

                Australia in future, the outcome is the same, a bloody dictatorship run on the whims of a very few ego-centric pathological elitists.

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