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Took the dog out earlier today for a couple of hours she managed to catch one but it looked as though it was in early stages of mixi.... the eyes were just about shut but not swollen or weeping its a shame coz their isn't that many in this particular spot and it is bound to affect others... Just a quick question does anyone find when their out bushing that the dogs seem to step up a gear when dusk starts to fall i know my one does.

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Took the dog out earlier today for a couple of hours she managed to catch one but it looked as though it was in early stages of mixi.... the eyes were just about shut but not swollen or weeping its a shame coz their isn't that many in this particular spot and it is bound to affect others... Just a quick question does anyone find when their out bushing that the dogs seem to step up a gear when dusk starts to fall i know my one does.

 

I actually left some rabbits over the summer for a bit of sport in the winter and mixie has wiped the lot out :censored:

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Took the dog out earlier today for a couple of hours she managed to catch one but it looked as though it was in early stages of mixi.... the eyes were just about shut but not swollen or weeping its a shame coz their isn't that many in this particular spot and it is bound to affect others... Just a quick question does anyone find when their out bushing that the dogs seem to step up a gear when dusk starts to fall i know my one does.

I wonder if it's because the air is cooling down and carries any scent that's about, abit better.

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Took the dog out earlier today for a couple of hours she managed to catch one but it looked as though it was in early stages of mixi.... the eyes were just about shut but not swollen or weeping its a shame coz their isn't that many in this particular spot and it is bound to affect others... Just a quick question does anyone find when their out bushing that the dogs seem to step up a gear when dusk starts to fall i know my one does.

I actually left some rabbits over the summer for a bit of sport in the winter and mixie has wiped the lot out :censored:

 

Shame that, it also broke out same time last year at another spot i used to take the other dog too and if you go for a stroll there now your'e lucky if you see a single rabbit. Edited by day and night walker
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Took the dog out earlier today for a couple of hours she managed to catch one but it looked as though it was in early stages of mixi.... the eyes were just about shut but not swollen or weeping its a shame coz their isn't that many in this particular spot and it is bound to affect others... Just a quick question does anyone find when their out bushing that the dogs seem to step up a gear when dusk starts to fall i know my one does.

I actually left some rabbits over the summer for a bit of sport in the winter and mixie has wiped the lot out :censored:

 

Shame that, it also broke out same time last year at another spot i used to take the other dog too and if you go for a stroll there now your'e lucky if you see a single rabbit.

 

 

I took the ferret down and had a look, the dogs picked up a mixie whilst I was netting up. 1 rabbit is all that bolted!

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