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Irishwhistler

"THE ICE COLD STARE OF LOYALTY"

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Irishwhistler

"THE ICE COLD STARE OF LOYALTY"

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HR UH TTF CRAIGHORN KIFFIN TRAD SH

 

Me gun dog TRAD appears transfixed upon me as he waits for me to follow him into the deep winter snow of a New England forest.

 

Irishwhistler 🍀

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Treerooster

Looks to me like he is saying "Quit lollygagging with the camera and lets go get some birds!".

 

Cool pic.

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fourtrax57

Nice SHOT!

 

 

You've got to live up to that guy!

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Irishwhistler
10 minutes ago, fourtrax57 said:

Nice SHOT!

 

 

You've got to live up to that guy!

 

Fourtrax57,

We are a team and spend most all of our time together, much of it hunting, training, and running licensed hunt tests 👍.  Thanks for ye feedback on the shot.

 

Slan,

Mike 🍀

 

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Big Al

What is a "licensed hunt test"?

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Irishwhistler

Hunt tests officially recognized by the AKC, UKC / HRC, NAHRA and such organizations for the testing of retrieving breeds in meeting specified standards for qualifications toward earning titles within those constructs.  Additionally, they are an addictive way of having major fun working with your dogs during the "off season", keeping them well maintained, and getting together with other sporting dog enthusiasts in good fellowship.

 

Mike 🍀

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