Easiest dogs to look at?

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Re: Easiest dogs to look at?

Post by Fieldmaster » Thu Jun 21, 2012 1:35 pm

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Re: Easiest dogs to look at?

Post by Stoneface » Thu Jun 21, 2012 4:57 pm

FM, why'd you stop? There's no limit on photos! Feel free to add a few - or several - more if they're as good looking as the first round.
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Re: Easiest dogs to look at?

Post by Oscar » Thu Jun 21, 2012 7:37 pm

birddog1968 wrote:Time to back up Oscar :lol: :wink:



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Am I better yet....
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Beautiful dog .
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Re: Easiest dogs to look at?

Post by Oscar » Thu Jun 21, 2012 7:40 pm

Ron R wrote:For me...Nothing looks better than a stylish english pointer that is conditioned.



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Upss big point and nice dog.
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Re: Easiest dogs to look at?

Post by SetterNut » Thu Jun 21, 2012 9:40 pm

I had a few of my pup Indy through his first year.

The first day we had him. Ace my 3 year old was not impressed.
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The first quail I put him on
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He is backing Ace the first time he saw him on point at about 3 - 4 months
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His first pigeon in a launcher
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Starting to fill out a little, and looking like a birddog
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Ace now thinks he is OK and we can keep him.
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Re: Easiest dogs to look at?

Post by Onk » Thu Jun 21, 2012 9:55 pm

Great pics! Face it we all kind of have our favorites, but I think we would all agree they are all beautiful when on point. From the first point of a pup to the last point of a old seasoned vet!
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Re: Easiest dogs to look at?

Post by SetterNut » Fri Jun 22, 2012 7:31 am

We all have what we like in a dog.
I never get tired of watching or looking at pictures of dogs working birds. Its an addiction :D
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Re: Easiest dogs to look at?

Post by llewellinsetter » Fri Jun 22, 2012 7:55 am

SetterNut wrote:I had a few of my pup Indy through his first year.

The first day we had him. Ace my 3 year old was not impressed.
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The first quail I put him on
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He is backing Ace the first time he saw him on point at about 3 - 4 months
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His first pigeon in a launcher
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Starting to fill out a little, and looking like a birddog
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Ace now thinks he is OK and we can keep him.
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I love the setters. Indy is beautiful. So is the other one in the first photo
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