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Does anyone else's dogs start been little twats around the kennels this time of year?? Mine's starting to howl in the night  chewing the kennels to bits, an just general miss behaving, it's like they no the season is just around the corner 😁

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Yeah mine are the same barking through the night , I even have to sneak out to work on a morning bones keep them busy to a point I’m longing for the cool wet days to get them into a working routine ready for the season god bless the workers !

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Never had this problem with but theyre always exercised twice daily and have plenty of time out of the kennels even through the summer.

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4 hours ago, downsouth said:

Never had this problem with but theyre always exercised twice daily and have plenty of time out of the kennels even through the summer.

Yeah same mine is out the kennels twice a day, but doesn't seem to matter how much exercise they get they still acting there selfs, it's normally mid August they start but they've started early this year, if it starts to cool down soon I might make a early start myself 😁

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2 hours ago, andy26 said:

Yeah same mine is out the kennels twice a day, but doesn't seem to matter how much exercise they get they still acting there selfs, it's normally mid August they start but they've started early this year, if it starts to cool down soon I might make a early start myself 😁

How are they bred.Some breeds/lines are definitely more highly strung/gassy than others.

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No not at all very rare we get out before beginning of December anyway no point nowt doing till then anyway with all the maze crops we have about far too much cover for them to be under the sod

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