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What a small world!

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Kinjilabs, Oct 21, 2012.


  1. Kinjilabs

    Kinjilabs PetForums VIP

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    Was walking Bertie locally today around the fields and met a couple with a working Goldie bitch, got talking and she's only from the breeder who owns Berties sire:D

    They were off to meet her later too in Devon so they are going to let her know how Bertie is doing:D

    What a small world eh:D
     
  2. Bagrat

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    A couple of years ago we met a chap with a Welshie and as you don't see many, got chatting. He knew the breeder we got Delkens Purdylee from and we got her over 30 years ago. His comment "That's a blast from the past". We are still in contact with her breeders who have been retired a while now.
     
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    My daughter went round to a school friends for tea once, and they had a CKCS the same age as ours. I was chatting to the mum when I picked her up and discovered our dogs are litter mates.
     
  4. Burrowzig

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    I went to west Wales to get Kite; I met one of her litter brothers when walking along a canal path in Cumbria (got talking to the owner as he was clearly a Welsh Sheepdog and really resembled Kite's sire). It was in the vicinity of an agility show - I was there, the litter brother was there, and another litter brother was there too! That day, I'd been working on the same ring as his owners and Kite had been with me in the score tent, but as one of the owners was the judge, and the other was the scrime and facing the other way all day, they had not seen her.

    This world is a tiny place.....
     
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