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  1. Or force his eyes open and watch films with sheep and violent images like on clockwork orange, with a bit of Beethoven music.
  2. I'm not out lamping every week and setting the world on fire but I have no issues avoiding stock and wouldn't feel right letting my hound course round them even if they were bulletproof, I think stern correction at time is important which I have done but never had opportunity to confirm training due to future avoidance but it was a scruff of the neck and harsh voice correction, I wasn't risking a bond for an accident due to the dog at time being young and not having any formal livestock introduction which would be the better option and going back to it where necessary, again I'm a novice and
  3. Shit happens, retrain, crack on. Speaking from no experience with stock taking a dog lol, I just avoid sheep fields. Atb
  4. If you waited for the perfect weather you would never get out, wind had its uses last night though when I slipped back in the stream I was stepping out of, filled my wellies and stuck my hand in thorns, however the dog pulled a blinder when I was on the way back to the car thinking we were going back empty handed.
  5. Get a pal who has a calm dog to do some corrective training with positive reinforcement, some where private then it's on your terms, some videos online, most likely not a short term fix depending on his level of aggression, as gamerooster said you may have to choose but at least you can say you tried.
  6. Is it the same camouflage that the Predator uses? Rural police will now need Arnold Schwarzenegger.
  7. Got this bundle of madness in December, she's 16 months now, 24tts, only had 3 rabbits with her but looks promising, recall is good doing some retrieve work with her, I kept the hide off the last rabbit and put it out to dry so I could put it on a dummy, but she found and ate the thing, gone in seconds
  8. Sausages!! Lost a jacket from accidentally leaving them in the pocket in the past and the dog has chewed them out
  9. Lurcher required View Advert Hi all, My Lurcher has recently been retired to a full time sofa dog due to injury I'm after a running dog for next season with the following requirements; Pup/sapling Will make Min 26inch TTS (nothing less) Racy (mostly sighthound) Will be a house dog with children so no temperament issues! No requirement for bull or saluki, unless it's a minor ratio Working parents Prefer a bitch All the best Advertiser NE_Monkey
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    Hi all, My Lurcher has recently been retired to a full time sofa dog due to injury I'm after a running dog for next season with the following requirements; Pup/sapling Will make Min 26inch TTS (nothing less) Racy (mostly sighthound) Will be a house dog with children so no temperament issues! No requirement for bull or saluki, unless it's a minor ratio Working parents Prefer a bitch All the best

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  11. Have a lot of time for paracord, wrist loop at one end, finger loop at other, wraps round hand when not in use or just dangles from wrist comfortably and when I lost one, zero Fs given. Not an answer I'm afraid, but an alternative. Atb
  12. It's on the cards, remind me in August.
  13. The question should be, is it right,if it was an accident then fine but anything other than that is cruelty to both animals in my opinion. Atb
  14. Sounds like my dog after I have done his nails, I always manage to get them . You probably dodged a bullet if her pads are okay. Atb
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