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    He's looking and feeling much better today. Yesterday I went out with a friend and shot a nice bird - first bird in 6 years without a dog. Anyone getting into some action this week near the Quinte area? I have the first half of the week off. Wouldn't mind seeing a pointing dog work.

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    I feel for you. I remember a few years ago my GSP cut her paw right in the middle of the woodcock migration. Not fun.

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    He don't look impressed with the tube or the cone of shame..( "UP" reference)
    Take the warning labels off. Darwin will solve the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cass View Post
    . Anyone getting into some action this week near the Quinte area? I have the first half of the week off. Wouldn't mind seeing a pointing dog work.

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    How far you willing too travel? Tuesday looks like a write off but Thursday may be an option.
    Time in the outdoors is never wasted

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    Thursday is a possibility! Where are you thinking? Would love to see those setters!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cass View Post
    Thursday is a possibility! Where are you thinking? Would love to see those setters!

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    Good grief! Hope he is feeling much better soon!
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    Mother of Christ! Where did that vet learn to suture? Why did they use suture gauge the size of hay bine twine?

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    That's a drain

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    Wishing your dog a quick recovery.
    They are all amazing animals and I have seen many suffer the consequences of their desire to hunt.
    My GSP is now six but still charges ahead like a freight train - and misses all the woodcock pretty much!
    Three years ago it cost me $700 to remove a thorn from his eye...
    Give your puppy a good rest and he will be great again for many years to come.

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