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Posted February 01, 2015 - 08:00 AM

The link is to my Flickr web site. The first two are videos I shot that day we were shooting some quail over our dogs. For some reason it will only load up about 2-3 minutes of the video's. Both videos are over 8 minutes long.
Note Peat is 13 years old, so he is not as quick as he use to be, his hearing is not as good the farther he is away from me. The first video in the series was actually taken later in the day. The "sunnier" video was the first taken. You can tell by the second video Peat starts remembering what he is supposed to do, his pattern gets better- this was my first time using this camera so I had no idea what it was doing- I am pretty pleased with the cameras results.
https://www.flickr.c...s/48182328@N04/
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Posted February 01, 2015 - 08:35 AM

Nothing like quality time with your dogs.


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Posted February 01, 2015 - 08:52 AM

I only had time to watch the first one because of Pete...had to. Love to watch dogs work. I've had several over the years & I miss it. We lost our black Lab a few years ago & I miss him a lot. Pete wasn't too worried about the dead one he knew it wasn't going anywhere so he wanted another live one  :D  Thanks for sharing. Nice vid too good job on that as well.


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Posted February 01, 2015 - 09:07 AM

Nice video's, Scott!


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Posted February 01, 2015 - 09:26 AM

Scott, you'll have to come hunting with me sometime.


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Posted February 01, 2015 - 10:40 AM

Critter sounds like fun!

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Posted February 01, 2015 - 10:49 AM

Have fun together. I lost Coda 7 years ago, Kachina and kinikinik 18 years ago. I still miss them all. They were all Goofie Newfies who thought that they were lap dogs. We still have many laughs remembering the things that they did. Kachina was an outstanding stalking and flushing dog but would not stay around firearms. She hated woodchucks after one bit her on the nose. She grabbed it by the head and shook it like a terrier kills a rat.

They were all outstanding fisherdogs. They would stand on the dock and wait for fish to come by. They dove into and under the water to grab the fish. After catching and eating their fish, they would swagger around to show off.

Are the pictures of your nursery? It looks beautiful. Good Luck, Rick
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Posted February 01, 2015 - 02:39 PM

Nothing better than being in the field watching a dog do what ever he was bred to do! Not my land, but you are right, it is first class grounds for training a dog!




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