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Sharpfinger

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Blimey!

I started giving likes on page one before realising there are so many pages and phots!

So here‘s a thumbs up to all those posted 👍🏻👍🏻

And here is our Fudge enjoying Dartmoor before the pandemic.

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Big Red

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Blimey!

I started giving likes on page one before realising there are so many pages and phots!

So here‘s a thumbs up to all those posted 👍🏻👍🏻

And here is our Fudge enjoying Dartmoor before the pandemic.

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Lovely to see your dog enjoying the Moor SF, it is on my doorstep so that is his usual stomping ground. But he does love a trip to the beach as well.
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Ystranc

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We've just been to the vets with Beau about his cancer, Skye went along for the ride and was weighed in at 41kilos at seven months old. He probably has between three and four months of growing until his limbs stop lengthening, then he will start filling out. We've still not decided if we're getting his nuts chopped off but we already know that he isn't what the show judges are looking for these days. If he gets to breed it will probably be deerhound/greyhound lurchers.
Alan, there is very little in the way of predators in the UK and nothing except golden eagles that could worry the goats (if we had golden eagles locally then they could bloody well have the goats with my blessing). The goats work together and would take most dogs to the cleaners.
 

Sharpfinger

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I wonder how many dog carers on here are aware of the app - Dog Vision HD which you can download onto a tablet/phone?

It uses the camera on your device and it gives an idea of how dogs view objects - colours and acuity.
You can have full screen or split screen and you can select the colour perception or colour perception with acuity adjustment I.e. how blurred things might seem to them - poor little pups!

I don’t know how scientifically accurate it is but it’s interesting and a bit of fun.

Ive posted a couple of phots to give an idea using red as an example. The red sauce bottle on the lawn shows half how we see it and the other half how they don’t!

PS I pointed the cam at our postie and he appeared completely grey - no wonder the pup thinks he’s spooky!😆

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Ystranc

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He is a second cross lurcher Bill, I can see some saluki and some kind of terrier in him but I've no idea what else. He is a lazy old chap who loves his food and his bed.
 
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