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Unread 04-04-2019, 07:46 AM   #11
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Mud, Sherwood is just getting started. Here is mud and it gets better than this at times.
Now that's a start for Mud.....Mills Sherwood has more to learn, but he is young... I figure in another year or so, Sherwood will have learned the art of mud rolling Just wait
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I'm sure Phil remembers this one ...dirty little bugger !
My first Ptarmigan Ben did a fantastic job that day despite the muck.
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Mud is easily removed, just get the hose out. Our Rottweiler Keshia went for a run in the woods behind the house one day. She had been gone for a little while and as I was calling her I see her coming back dragging something. That something turned out to be a deer that someone shot with a bow. It was a decent buck and the hit was good but there are people out there who couldn't track an elephant in a snowstorm. Anyway once I separated Keshia from her prize and got her in the house thats when things went south in a big way. She puked up maggot filled crap all through the house I almost called a commercial carpet cleaner as I almost puked just cleaning it up.
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Mills....since Sherwood likes mud so much you might think of taking him duck hunting. My first Brittany was a great water retriever as was my English setter Stoney. Some bird dogs really take to retrieving ducks.
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I might try that, Tom. Particularly since I need a good duck retriever. I foresee myself doing more upland hunting, between now having a good bird dog and the wild duck populations around here at abysmal levels. We still have wood ducks though and a few released mallard places that aren't too artificial
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