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What is it about Cockers ?


A portrait shot of Paul's lovely little Working Cocker Spaniel Ella, who adores him !
Ella

This is one for the scrap book - Elvis in quiet contemplation !
Paul has been training this 9 month old live wire Working Cocker Spaniel for the past 3 months and is enjoying every minute of it.
And it's easy to see why !
Elvis


8 year old Millie came to stay with me for a 24 hour "try out" prior to a longer board.
Judging from her expression, this lovely Westie has made herself right at home - which is exactly what I want !



Millie


Kes, a beautiful dog who's darkly photogenic.

Kes


A simple photograph Paul captured a few evenings ago, very close to home.

He'd been out with his own dogs who were back in the truck - as seen on the left of the photo.


Sunset

Another day of walking the dogs in the Park....oh well, someone has to do it

Martindale



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