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Offline AL WORRELLS KID

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[quote author=bwgdc I am already feeling a huge void in the house with her gone and thinking I need to get another bird dog. I am leaning toward an English pointer but I know very little on breeders for them I don’t want a puppy does anyone know of a good line of them and someone who is selling a finished dog?
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So bwgdc, Did you find a new English Pointer to replace your "Britt Best Hunting Partner"?


The hunting partnership between man and dog developed thousands of years ago and from it came a deep bond of affection. I suspect it was the dog’s idea.” – Aaron Fraser

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If you want a little change and might want a retriever/ flushing dog let me know.

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So sorry to hear,I put down my 13 month old pudelpointer yesterday,the pain is deep we spent everyday all day together. Glaucoma blinded one eye had that eye removed,then two days ago bam,blinded. I'm not sure I can raise another dog. My sympathy is with you..

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So sorry to hear,I put down my 13 month old pudelpointer yesterday,the pain is deep we spent everyday all day together. Glaucoma blinded one eye had that eye removed,then two days ago bam,blinded. I'm not sure I can raise another dog. My sympathy is with you..
So sorry to hear, wow, that is hard.
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So sorry to hear,I put down my 13 month old pudelpointer yesterday,the pain is deep we spent everyday all day together. Glaucoma blinded one eye had that eye removed,then two days ago bam,blinded. I'm not sure I can raise another dog. My sympathy is with you..
Sorry to hear this as well as op
Rasbo I just put my springer down end of December and thought the same thing about another dog
I picked up my French Brittany may 1st made all the difference good with your choice whether or not to get another dog
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Take as many dam pictures as you want ....
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I feel your pain.  My dogs Final day is getting very close, it's actually probably here and I'm just being selfish keeping her alive.  She's still eating, but has trouble walking, can't hear, can barely see.  It's hard seeing her the way she is, but she still greets me with a wagging tail when I get home from work after she finally sees me.

 


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