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#16 david2363

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Posted 07 May 2013 - 08:20 am

 

 

 

 Don`t know how to post pic`s i`ve got a few,she likes a pose !

keep trying :laugh:

 

Love the avatar Davy - Are you looking like Rab c these days? :tongue2:

 

No yet dave getting there but lol

 

PK's uncle Andy Deans always reminded me of Rab C :laugh:


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Posted 10 May 2013 - 09:19 am

bugger cant believe i missed this!!!!!!! i do alot of rabbiting up that way!  oh well, how much do you charge per hour for the rabbit pen?

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Posted 10 May 2013 - 01:31 pm

I`ve PM`d ya 

 

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#19 Jamie m

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Posted 11 May 2013 - 08:25 pm

Pics please

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Posted 12 May 2013 - 05:00 pm

Pics please



what of the rabbit pen ! :-)
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Posted 12 May 2013 - 05:27 pm

Pics please


what of the rabbit pen ! :-)

Yes......! With the size 8 clearly pictured in the middle of it.

On a hot sunny day.

Please.

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Posted 13 May 2013 - 09:20 am

 

 

Pics please


what of the rabbit pen ! :-)

Yes......! With the size 8 clearly pictured in the middle of it.

On a hot sunny day.

Please.

 

you wont get many of them round here mate i promise!



#23 camokev64

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Posted 13 May 2013 - 09:57 am

Ha ha ha, class...

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Posted 14 May 2013 - 10:40 am

 

 

Pics please


what of the rabbit pen ! :-)

Yes......! With the size 8 clearly pictured in the middle of it.

On a hot sunny day.

Please.

 

hot sunny day  I take it you haven,t been to Cumbria then   LOL :laugh:



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Posted 24 May 2013 - 08:31 am

bugger cant believe i missed this!!!!!!! i do alot of rabbiting up that way!  oh well, how much do you charge per hour for the rabbit pen?

atb ant

 

What the fook is a rabbit pen? I feel daft asking this but I have never heard of people paying to go in with a pen of rabbits, can someone enlighten me?



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Posted 24 May 2013 - 08:35 am

 

bugger cant believe i missed this!!!!!!! i do alot of rabbiting up that way!  oh well, how much do you charge per hour for the rabbit pen?

atb ant

 

What the fook is a rabbit pen? I feel daft asking this but I have never heard of people paying to go in with a pen of rabbits, can someone enlighten me?

 

 

Found out of Google, not sure how I have never heard of it but it still sounds weird to me to keep wild rabbits in an enclosed space to train dogs with, I didn't know that was legal but you learn something new all the time I suppose.



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Posted 25 May 2013 - 10:30 am

 

 

bugger cant believe i missed this!!!!!!! i do alot of rabbiting up that way!  oh well, how much do you charge per hour for the rabbit pen?

atb ant

 

What the fook is a rabbit pen? I feel daft asking this but I have never heard of people paying to go in with a pen of rabbits, can someone enlighten me?

 

 

Found out of Google, not sure how I have never heard of it but it still sounds weird to me to keep wild rabbits in an enclosed space to train dogs with, I didn't know that was legal but you learn something new all the time I suppose.

 

So so glad i wasnt the only fecker.......but wasnt going to ask ....waited for someone else. :toast:


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Posted 29 May 2013 - 10:17 am

Rights lads,I've been a busy boy training etc..
The rabbit pen mystery ? I'm glad you've enquired and not presumed !
The rabbit pen is an essential piece of kit used in the training of gundogs,especially
spaniels...The object of the pen is to instill steadiness in a dog,promote a good hunting pattern and to perfect the flushing of game.
My own newly built 1/2 acre pen,contains false warrens,cover and lots of brashings.
With the standard of dog obedience at most shoots being down right piss poor,albeit down to the handlers .
I'm always mystified why budding shooting/dog men do not make more use of these facilities ! Maybe their terrified of the prospect of Fido chasing everything in sight,but the pen is there to help cure the problem. Far better
Using the pen in a controlled environment, than an electric collar used by sum as an advertisement for the owners laziness...
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Posted 29 May 2013 - 12:16 pm

Rights lads,I've been a busy boy training etc..
The rabbit pen mystery ? I'm glad you've enquired and not presumed !
The rabbit pen is an essential piece of kit used in the training of gundogs,especially
spaniels...The object of the pen is to instill steadiness in a dog,promote a good hunting pattern and to perfect the flushing of game.
My own newly built 1/2 acre pen,contains false warrens,cover and lots of brashings.
With the standard of dog obedience at most shoots being down right piss poor,albeit down to the handlers .
I'm always mystified why budding shooting/dog men do not make more use of these facilities ! Maybe their terrified of the prospect of Fido chasing everything in sight,but the pen is there to help cure the problem. Far better
Using the pen in a controlled environment, than an electric collar used by sum as an advertisement for the owners laziness...
Stick in..

 

Maybe not everyone knows it is available, as hopefully it's not just me and stinkers :laugh:



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Posted 29 May 2013 - 02:53 pm

I think you will find that most shooting/dog working people will have heard of rabbit pens..Just out of interest what dog behavioural training do you offer and to whom ?

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