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  1. Bear they'll be hard pushed pal, found some good quiet places and some nice little woods. May take the airgun if leves ain't on
  2. thats the problem now, preban you could start a dog foxing in june/july and know you would have the right size cubs but this june/july they where already big and now theres small ones around. could f**k up entering a young snake head no end
  3. lol what a joke you are. how far are you from hemyock, churchinford, smeatharpe, stockland or cotleigh? just so i dont end up to near you, ill make sure i stay the opposite side of the hills away from you
  4. thats my point eventually it will be 2 litters a year through breeding earlier. so sept last year and june this year would put 2 litters on the ground
  5. Fox breed once per year. Mating takes place in January and February. Foxes are not always monogamous. Sometimes a female, called a vixen, will accommodate several males, if there is enough food to support more than one. A 52 day gestation period is followed by an average litter size of 3 to 5 pups, born between March and May, depending upon the time of conception. Born blind, the pups' eyes open in about 12 days. They live off their mother's milk for 8 weeks, then the mother introduces the pups to their first meal of meat by regurgitating partially digested meat she has already eaten. Until the pups are old enough to play outside, the mother keeps the male out of the den. Once the pups emerge from the den, their hunting skills, which are instinctive at birth, are honed through practice. For about two months both parents bring gifts of live mice for the pups to stalk, kill, and eat. At about 3 months, the pups leave the den to hunt on their own. Some pups may remain near the birth den throughout their lives, if food remains abundant in the area. For the young that survive their first winter, breeding will take place in the spring. The life span of a fox is only 1 to 4 years. in theory if they had bred last september rather than the dec they could have had the cubs and be on a secon litter.
  6. i dont lie and i look after my mutts ta. so what ya heard?
  7. Fox breed once per year. Mating takes place in January and February. Foxes are not always monogamous. Sometimes a female, called a vixen, will accommodate several males, if there is enough food to support more than one. A 52 day gestation period is followed by an average litter size of 3 to 5 pups, born between March and May, depending upon the time of conception. Born blind, the pups' eyes open in about 12 days. They live off their mother's milk for 8 weeks, then the mother introduces the pups to their first meal of meat by regurgitating partially digested meat she has already eaten. Until the pups are old enough to play outside, the mother keeps the male out of the den. Once the pups emerge from the den, their hunting skills, which are instinctive at birth, are honed through practice. For about two months both parents bring gifts of live mice for the pups to stalk, kill, and eat. At about 3 months, the pups leave the den to hunt on their own. Some pups may remain near the birth den throughout their lives, if food remains abundant in the area. For the young that survive their first winter, breeding will take place in the spring. The life span of a fox is only 1 to 4 years. in theory if they had bred last september rather than the dec they could have had the cubs and be on a secon litter.
  8. no these are this years cubs sean mate and not directly around them but in the same area
  9. i dont need a status symbol, i need a dog that WILL WORK. ill find you one if you want sweetheart
  10. im not dogless, where do you get this from? i wouldnt touch that shit you keep with a barge poloe, was looking at your pics and i can see they certainly wouldnt do what i want but as long as your happy well thats upto you what you kennel
  11. we where out in around east devon/somerset border last night and must have seen 50-60 of the things. 1,2 and 3s on every field so would say they need controlling there but closer to home i dont see one from one week to the next and then when i do they are normally on there way through a hedge. think its like all over animals, if they werent protected there would be a good balance as people would kill the odd one here and there
  12. thats the best way to describe them, also there are also cubs the size they should be. how would we find out?
  13. i wouldnt touch your dogs, ive given away curs that would no doubt be better. i wasnt far from you have some land by you but you are the one that said you would see me if you remember, when im lamping i wouldnt waste my time with you but i will bump into you one day. is a small world after all. so what makes you think id go near that thing of yours?
  14. yeah i understand that mate but as the weather has been so warm and wet with cold spells in the middle could they have been tricked into thinking they are in a new year? i thought that at first sean but there have been to many cubs both close together and in areas far apart to be that coincidental
  15. i know what you mean sean but mate i think they may have started to breed twice a year, seen them pairing up not to long ago or it appeared that way anyway
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