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I struggle to keep weight off my team.
My lab is a sweetie but is often defiant.
My spaniel is making good progress with obedience training.
Government proposals for compulsory insurance and microchipping for all dogs is criticised by law-abiding owner
My spaniel is more energetic than I can handle.
The Bucks Area of the United Retriever Club held tests at Old House Farm, Windlesham by kind permission of the Late Major W. Spowers.
Ive been disappointed in the past.
As a gun dog she's a poor at this skill.
Wye Valley Retriever Club a puppy and young handlers test at Lulsley, Worcestershire by kind permission of Ron Treverton Jones.
I've noticed a few problems developing on with blind retrieves.
The Lincolnshire Area of the United Retriever Club held a novice cold game working test at Tumby Woodside, Coningsby, by kind permission of the Laird family.
The United Gundog Breeders Association held novice and open working tests at the Aqualate Estate, Shropshire, by kind invitation of Ted Juhre and Mrs C. Juhre.
I own a spaniel and want to get involved with field trials and working tests.
Ive read about a problem labs can suffer from that causes them to collapse.
The Golden Retriever Club of Northumbria held a working test at East Harsley, N. Yorkshire by kind permission of Lady and Sir Joseph Barnard.
Join the Leconfield Working Spaniel Club for their first field trial on January 25, 2010 at the Leconfield estate, Petworth, by kind permission of Lord Egremont.
The last of the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust gundog funday heats was held at West Wycombe Park by kind permission of Sir Edward Dashwood.
The North Midland Area of the United Retriever Club held puppy and novice tests at Bevercotes, Notts by kind permission of Mr N. Bllom and R. and J. Clough.
The Kent and East Sussex branch of the Utility Gundog Society held an open and novice test with water at Allington Farm, Lewes, by kind permission of Vicky and Phil Botting.
My young spaniel currently reacts badly to it.