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RABBITING MAN, PART 2

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Hello Chipper, Brilliant to see you on here :D

Hows it going....hope you and your family are all well :good:

It was a brilliant day out and one i wont forget,

 

 

 

have to do it again soon, got a lad i need help with :rolleyes:

MOLL.

 

Hello Molly, the family are fine thanks. Im pleased you enjoyed your day in the Dales and I hope we can have another as good soon. You know what to do, just ask.

Regards Coney

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Have seen the first one, was good, got it off e.bay.

Has anyone seen part 2, is it good?

 

Thanks,

 

Frank.

I thought Chippers dogs were pretty fair,though they were a bit sticky at reliquishing their catch ,at least he could get them to stay where he wanted them ,and they retreived well,he strikes me as a good guy ,no bullshit about him,I thought the dvds were pretty interesting,of course its allways more engrossing if you know the people ,or dogs personally ,but they were alot better than some dvds Ive seen.

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Have seen the first one, was good, got it off e.bay.

Has anyone seen part 2, is it good?

 

Thanks,

 

Frank.

I thought Chippers dogs were pretty fair,though they were a bit sticky at reliquishing their catch ,at least he could get them to stay where he wanted them ,and they retreived well,he strikes me as a good guy ,no bullshit about him,I thought the dvds were pretty interesting,of course its allways more engrossing if you know the people ,or dogs personally ,but they were alot better than some dvds Ive seen.

 

Thanks for the coments inan. I work my dogs very regular and they are among quite a lot of rabbits so therefore they get a lot of rabbits in their mouth and rather chance making poor retreivers of them I encourage a pup to keep hold untill I want the rabbit. It doesnt always work, my present bitch Nell is to quck to put her rabbits down at my feet, they are sometimes still alive, someone said, you cant win them all.

Regards Coney

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good to here from you chipper ive moved house but still in scotland neare the border of berwick shire ,tyne turned out a realy good dog , im breeding lana again back to her own type evn tho tynes more than willing to breed with her ,ive got six hundred acres on the farm i stay round, bought a big ole cottage plenty rabbs

adios ,

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