Chester the Cocker Spaniel

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BLAZE wrote:
25 Dec 2020 21:55
Fireboy wrote:
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f**k you then, you wont be getting anymore advice from me 😉👍
Been doing a little research today and taken a liking to the miniature Schnauzer. It ticks most the boxes for me, expect they're selling for between £2 - £3k which rules me out. How much was your Cockapoo?

I'm looking over the Many Tears rescue website at the moment
My baby boy cost me £1250 almost 3 years ago, the same place are selling them for over 3k.

If I was going to get another one tomorrow i would have a look at rescue centres or wait a few months until the people who realise they made a mistake in buying a dog for covid look to sell.



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BLAZE wrote:
25 Dec 2020 21:55
Fireboy wrote:
24 Dec 2020 16:12
f**k you then, you wont be getting anymore advice from me 😉👍
Been doing a little research today and taken a liking to the miniature Schnauzer. It ticks most the boxes for me, expect they're selling for between £2 - £3k which rules me out. How much was your Cockapoo?

I'm looking over the Many Tears rescue website at the moment
Well done for looking at a rescue site, mate.



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It was Chester’s first birthday today.👍
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It was Chester’s first birthday today.👍
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Happy Birthday Chest,Dar hopes you’ve had a smashing day.


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Lifelong wrote:
12 May 2021 22:39
It was Chester’s first birthday today.👍
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I hope you didn't get him too pissed LL🤪🍺👍🎂



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What a strikingly handsome chap!



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Astonishingly it was Meg's 18th birthday two weeks ago today. She looks a bit bedraggled these days but she's entitled to at her age.
Astonishingly it was Meg's 18th birthday two weeks ago today. She looks a bit bedraggled these days but she's entitled to at her age.
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Lifelong wrote:
12 May 2021 22:39
It was Chester’s first birthday today.👍
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Beautiful dog.

We used to have a Welsh Springer beautiful dog but nuts, however he also loved a good pose for the camera, usually because he was staring away at a bird in the distance.



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Pacemaker wrote:
13 May 2021 17:57
Lifelong wrote:
12 May 2021 22:39
It was Chester’s first birthday today.👍
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Beautiful dog.

We used to have a Welsh Springer beautiful dog but nuts, however he also loved a good pose for the camera, usually because he was staring away at a bird in the distance.
I’ve had a few Welsh Springers over the years, the last dog we had was a cross with a Welsh Springer and a Red Setter, he was totally bonkers but a cracking dog.
I take Chester out every day he is full of energy and loves the water, he’s a natural hunter and also loves the birds, I’m attempting to train him to leave them alone..it’s not easy but there’s still plenty of time.




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Lifelong wrote:
13 May 2021 18:18
Pacemaker wrote:
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Beautiful dog.

We used to have a Welsh Springer beautiful dog but nuts, however he also loved a good pose for the camera, usually because he was staring away at a bird in the distance.
I’ve had a few Welsh Springers over the years, the last dog we had was a cross with a Welsh Springer and a Red Setter, he was totally bonkers but a cracking dog.
I take Chester out every day he is full of energy and loves the water, he’s a natural hunter and also loves the birds, I’m attempting to train him to leave them alone..it’s not easy but there’s still plenty of time.
"Loves the birds" don't we all :lol: :lol:



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