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    If there's one thing I can comment on, it's ladies and hunting dogs. My wife and 3 daughters all love our britt. I've owned a springville springer, a cavalier king charles spaniel and now the britt. I will not get anything other than britts again. My wife says this britt is her favourite dog ever and I feel exactly the same. She hunts like a dream, was easy to train, beautiful and has the most loving temperment.
    A bad day hunting is still better than a good day at work!
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    My wife and I fought like dogs about buying a dog.she never had one growing up and,wanted no part of it at all. Now she would sell her belongings to care for our Brittany and loves the dog like I never would have imagined. Brittanies crave human companionship.
    Iím suspicious of people who don't like dogs, but I trust a dog who doesn't like a person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrym View Post
    My wife and I fought like dogs about buying a dog.she never had one growing up and,wanted no part of it at all. Now she would sell her belongings to care for our Brittany and loves the dog like I never would have imagined. Brittanies crave human companionship.
    All spaniels do, not just Britts. But then again so did my labs.
    Last edited by yellow dog; January 10th, 2015 at 01:17 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrym View Post
    My wife and I fought like dogs about buying a dog.she never had one growing up and,wanted no part of it at all. Now she would sell her belongings to care for our Brittany and loves the dog like I never would have imagined. Brittanies crave human companionship.
    Same story here but now he says, "When are we going out with the dogs?"

    I can say the same thing about my 2 setters - easy to train , mild mannered, easy in the house etc. One is 14 and I'm trying to prepare myself, but that death is really going to hurt.

    I think a "good" dog is more about the dog than the breed usually.
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    Good breeding bloodlines period.

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    ive been pushing the second dog request but i seemed to hit a bit of a roadblock with the laddies right now. still hoping
    for a spring pup but may have to push it back some. it almost seems like just bringing a pup home on the spur of the
    moment might be better but thats hard to do-hard to get a pup from a good breeder last minute and hard in case they
    really get mad about it. i would much rather we all agree and prepare in advance but time will only tell.
    "marriage...theyre man made prisons jerry"-cosmo kramer

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    Quote Originally Posted by gboa View Post
    ive been pushing the second dog request but i seemed to hit a bit of a roadblock with the laddies right now. still hoping
    for a spring pup but may have to push it back some. it almost seems like just bringing a pup home on the spur of the
    moment might be better
    but thats hard to do-hard to get a pup from a good breeder last minute and hard in case they
    really get mad about it. i would much rather we all agree and prepare in advance but time will only tell.
    "marriage...theyre man made prisons jerry"-cosmo kramer
    I did that once. Partner gets over it.
    " We are more than our gender, skin color, class, sexuality or age; we are unlimited potential, and can not be defined by one label." quote A. Bartlett


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharon View Post
    I did that once. Partner gets over it.
    so if i hear you correctly and i think i do, you're saying do it! its official...you are now responsible
    for my actions...lol

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    Oh nooooo.
    " We are more than our gender, skin color, class, sexuality or age; we are unlimited potential, and can not be defined by one label." quote A. Bartlett


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    That's how I've done it. Surprise! Puppy is here. Did all my research on the sly, picked up the dog while the ex was gone shopping.

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