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    Good for you and good for Ranger. Sounds like he hit "doggie lotto". Happy New Year and I look forward to meeting you one day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beverly Burns View Post
    FC AFC Cornerstone
    Wizard of Oz was a wash out too!
    I did not know that, Who brought him back?

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    As soon as hunting season is over bring him over and to our training days and we'll get him ready to run some HT's. I had a littermate to this dog. He was awesome,I sold him to a guy in La and he said he had been training retrievers for most of his life and he was the finiest animal he had ever had his hands on. He had 225 wild retrieves his first season down in La and wasn't 2 yrs old yet.

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    Great story... Dog is lucky to have found the right home. Don't be afraid to run tests. I bet you will be pleasently surprised.

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    I think you will be amazed that with a excellent strong exercising course and plenty of really like he will create an excellent HT dog and partner. You are already off to a nice beginning.
    Last edited by Mornida; 01-07-2013 at 09:12 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carolinaonmymind View Post
    Im thinking I would MAYBE??? (depending on training) try and get him to run a JR test in April, but Im not sure either of us are prepared, I know Im not
    TRUST ME... if i can do it you can do it!!

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    Thanks for the vote of confidence

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    TRUST ME... if i can do it you can do it!!

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    Well ran our 1st Jr hunt test today with Ranger.....and got a pass. I was nervous, felt like a 16yo going on my 1st date, didnt know what to expect He did what he was bred to do, not perfect but he knew what he was there for, and did it. Cant wait til the next test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carolinaonmymind View Post
    Well ran our 1st Jr hunt test today with Ranger.....and got a pass. I was nervous, felt like a 16yo going on my 1st date, didnt know what to expect He did what he was bred to do, not perfect but he knew what he was there for, and did it. Cant wait til the next test.
    Good for you! Good for Ranger!
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    Awesome! I am really happy for the both of you. Sounds like there are more tests in your future with Ranger. Enjoy the ride.
    Hebrews 11:3 By faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that the things which are seen were not made of things which are visible.

    What if all we have today is what we gave thanks for yesterday?

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