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Despite a sad year, we have still so funny adventures, thanks to our dogs. I present You Prunelle, 18 months, patterdale female during a walk. At the beginning, this was just a little walk. 

October 2020, discovery day of badger hunting. This was organized for the students of the Agricultural High School. None of the students know about hunting. The two badgers caught were released. The y

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3 hours ago, Blaise said:

Despite a sad year, we have still so funny adventures, thanks to our dogs.

I present You Prunelle, 18 months, patterdale female during a walk. At the beginning, this was just a little walk. 

 

 

Well done mate, perfect example of professional terrier work 👍

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22 hours ago, Blaise said:

Despite a sad year, we have still so funny adventures, thanks to our dogs.

I present You Prunelle, 18 months, patterdale female during a walk. At the beginning, this was just a little walk. 

 

 

its good to see them on their way..and not some beast of bodmin battering it about the field...the way it used to be ,dig and release if possible ....nice video  

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