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  1. Can't comment on your bitch, but going off their food whilst in season is definitely a thing, mine does it. Also seen dogs do it when a nearby bitch is ready
  2. Last December it was the first three.
  3. Must mean in public zoo's, was at least one privately owned one on that Britain's tiger kings program
  4. Wouldn't know, mag said different and he also had a litter for sale, wasn't at either of those places
  5. Wrote in the later ones, he'd moved further down Scotland
  6. It's "tail" is it's front right leg as the animal reaches back to lick/scratch it's rear. Can't see a dead sheep, just the black thing sitting amongst sheep
  7. Rabbits and a owner that wants to catch them
  8. Yeah I've done it that way with rabbits sitting way out on white grass etc obviously keep the lamp off the dog same as any other situation
  9. Just a different take on it, I prefer to stand where you think the rabbit will head and slip the dog, that way the dog will get more chances and hopefully you won't just end up lighting up the rabbits path home
  10. Eukanuba + whatever there is, meat, game, leftovers, tins of fish etc
  11. They do though, my boss recently lost his collie at 16, fed nothing but wagg and later Tesco's complete. Not arguing just saying, plenty farmers do similar
  12. Lab X collies have been mentioned on a couple of threads lately, was some real useful ones about, used for all sorts. Since people stopped letting dogs roam, you don't see them though
  13. It's Tina's dam, you were asking Tats about her Or aunt not sure now....
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