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5 minutes ago, Daniel cain said:

I drive an estate car these days if I'm not local 😎...got a little Freelander and a Rav 4,for work... infairness not been stopped in 4 yrs driving the RAV4,been  digging all over in it,was driving 300 miles in the lockdowns to dig, triple box and tools in the boot... the big dog knows to lay down across back seats😁DSC_1822.JPG.42c140b4198c6bc564bf5fe3ae555fc6.JPGDSC_1247.JPG.2d2d02bb2aff4be6375a8151e6d3589a.JPGDSC_1523.JPG.3658e0c979e000ef7dea35b76e203b8f.JPG 👍

ravs a descent dc i had freelander  one a few year ago one a the best dogging motors i had descent boot even with the pull across shelf descent on juice served me well i’d have another i only cruise about don’t need nothing fast 😂 

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That's one of mine, the first photo is mid June and the second photo is mid January. 

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2 hours ago, Black neck said:

Me owd mate found me 1 o these ,saves them fecking about wi the still saw and squirting mastic at each other 

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I made three of these, this is the spaniel version, there is a terrier and a lurcher/hound version. Always put plenty of vents all round it, not just the front. Also a wee tray on top. 

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2 hours ago, SheepChaser said:

Seen a few bad dos with dogs shoved into boxes after a dig. Sort of feel like if you’re taking out workers, and working them hard, being shoved in a wee box squashed up for hours on the way home maybe isn’t the best level of care. The lads I go with also will have a couple of bigger dog crates to stick on the back seat of the motor on the way home if the dogs have had a good bit of graft. Just the same as cleaning them up and treating them before going to the pub / heading home. 

Yea totally agree, I've seen men squeeze terriers into boxes I wouldn't put a ferret in, terriers are always cleaned down and dryed before going in their boxes. Least you can do for them. 

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I try to keep mine in fairly good condition most of the year. It is nice to know if they bump something up accidentally out of season I’m not overly worried about injury. I must admit I struggle keeping weight on my little dog in the winter when his work load is fairly high. Iv also noticed that he definitely runs better if he is on the lean side. Just seems that bit sharper. My first running dog so deffo still learning. Few pics of him at different weights. I’m also aware he looks under weight in the top pic. Had a spell where he wouldn’t hold any weight at all. Cheers 

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1 minute ago, Runner96 said:

I try to keep mine in fairly good condition most of the year. It is nice to know if they bump something up accidentally out of season I’m not overly worried about injury. I must admit I struggle keeping weight on my little dog in the winter when his work load is fairly high. Iv also noticed that he definitely runs better if he is on the lean side. Just seems that bit sharper. My first running dog so deffo still learning. Few pics of him at different weights. I’m also aware he looks under weight in the top pic. Had a spell where he wouldn’t hold any weight at all. Cheers 

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His a cracker 👏 

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