got it in my favorites :)
Type: Posts; User: quackaddict2
got it in my favorites :)
I can feel your pride shining through your post,you had a wonderful time with your loved ones :) and a very nice pic that you will always look back apon and smile,yes obviously a good day for sure
not being to much of a Grinch at all,totally getting the point,to make even a small dent in this game requires hard work and dedication.only the few it seems will strive for it,i just really love it...
it would be very cool and encouragement from you and Denis and others of your status in this game has gone a long ways
lets use your criteria as to whom is a "working man/woman",i believe you have mention one, and as far as "competitive" a team that is a possible threat to win or place the weekends they show up...
a great post for sure and precisely correct.so Mr. Shih do you agree or disagree that a working man or women can be competitive in FTs
well is this not a coincidence , seems Scott and I were typing out our posts about the the same time
ive read through the many posts and I am responding to the original post,the answer is Yes ,I know of an national am champion that had never been south in the winter and was 100 percent amateur...
oh I have many comical storys when it comes to training as im sure we all do and im sure us retriever enthusiasts come across as being pretty odd to the rest of the world LOL
in the past there...
a tremendous read for sure,got to know Sherwin a little,heard so much about maxx,knew very little about his origins,thank you for bumping this back up
Al Custers,im in,Sue Taylor.#23,Taylors sugar and spice
hmmmm, I was there :P
congratulations Mary Lynn
more females than males (all healthy) as a result of our recent breeding.no complications and jessie being an excellent mother
cogratulations Debbie and Ian,big high five from over here
hey Glenn,that pretty good by anyones standards,the rum and the occasional smoke is just the icing on the cake :p
that there is a curly coat retriever
i posted a few pics i got at the Hillmann seminar at Longpoint in an earlier thread,i mentioned i had a few (quite a few) :P,thought i'd post a few more up for anyone who may care to enjoy them
just tremendous I have to say,big thanks to Peter Mottola for putting the bug into everyones ears here,the Long point RTC pulled together to make it happen and thanks to Dan and Gloria DeVos for...
things are looking up,i hope the news from the vet will be good
congratulations Tony :)
your welcome,my second national,both have really been awesome experiences,it seems ive forged many friendships at both :) learned alot