A beautiful afternoon so I decided to take Craven and Flint on one of our walks from home,along the river,through a couple of fields,along a farm track,through a couple more fields then home.It usually takes about an hour. All was going well,along the river,through the first field,then I looked towards where we were going and I could see the second field from home had cows in it. No problem,we would walk a bit further along the farm track and take a left along another farm track. Walking along this track we came across a huge puddle right across the path,more like a small pond really. No problem we will just walk on the edge next to the fence. Until Craven yelped in pain and came to me,it was an electric fence and he had just got a shock No problem we will just back track and go a bit further up the original farm track onto the road. Until we got onto the road and I realised there wasn't a pavement,it's only a B road,but it's a fast road. So I gathered up Cravens longline,which by now was soaking wet and really muddy and we walked about 500 yards along this road until we could drop down into the farm yard where we could join the electrified track. Until we were half way along the path and there was an electrified fence across it as well. No problem as I got down on my hands and knees on the wet ground and rolled under the fence into the field that had had cows in it until recently.The dogs could get under no problem. So as we were getting to the end of the track I knew we would now be able to see the last field and home,so I jokingly said to the dogs,I will be p1ssed off if that field has cows in too. I spoke too soon,it had,so we went back up onto the road,luckily this last bit has a pavement and made our way home along the road. What should have been a 1 hour stroll,turned into a 2 hour nightmare.