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    Default Latest issue of Alaska Dog News.

    http://www.alaskadognews.com
    It's free to download. Not too much about Gun dog training in this issue other than photos of our newest. Jack Barkley rescued Wirehaired Pointing Griffon before and after a grooming. He's a fetching fool just working on a long line and finding any wing I plant. I need some frozen birds.

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    Nice write up on Jack. I love a great story that turns out happy. Ive got a few frozen birds if your ever in Fairbanks. Here a picture of Logan, Hes my 1 year old Griff and no we were not hunting in this picture, he just go to tag along on a work trip.

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    Awww. nice. He even gets to fly in a helicoper? I'm guessing Jack's "chestnut" color is maybe why he went to people who didn't give a hoot about him. What I read was the color is called chestnut and and solid is less desirable. Maybe like lab people don't like white toes and blazes Im sure there are some birds around here somewhere. We flushed a few grouse in our yard trying to get them back into the woods so we can shoot them. I don't see a point yet but he retrieves like crazy. FYI the foster part of the article was to keep the piece at home...he's not going anywhere. And he's only chewing up MY stuff so he's safe.

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