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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Neil D, Feb 7, 2019.

  1. Neil D

    Neil D New Member Registered

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    Hi I'm Neil I love dogs and run a small blade sharpening business.
     
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    Welcome - do you have any dogs of your own?
     
  3. Neil D

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    A springer crossed with a labrador called Gus :)

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    HI and Welcome, Neil.
    Gus is gorgeous, Do you take him to work with you ?
     
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    Welcome :)
    Beautiful dog
     
  6. Neil D

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    Yes most of the time. IMG_20181030_151841.jpg
     
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    Hello! Got one of those! Lovely dogs...
     
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    Yes they are, they can be a handful... in a good way :)

    Is yours a lunatic as well :)
     
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    I'll bet our working cocker could make yours look sensible. But no, he's just enthusiastic...we tell ourselves as he disappears into the next field after a pigeon/ pheasant/ rabbit/ hare:mad: / neighbour' cat :eek:.
     

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