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1 minute ago, Bosun11 said:

🤣 A few good days ratting in company, especially if you've got a couple of specks on the same place, will usually see any terrier sticking with the group because thats where the action is.

Seen it work with a few 'bought in' terriers over the years, two of which were Plummers. 

thats right enough he wont f**k off if there is any action. its only when out mooching about. if he picks up a scent he is away nose down ears switched off middle finger in the air. to be honest i havnt put enough work his way for a while. so partly to blame👍

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