Girr, Ellie's son, clearly did not inherit her "catching genes" !!!

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+5 1. thundersnow commented 9 years ago

...But..but he has other good qualities.. :(
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+8 2. Burimi commented 9 years ago

50% of his dogs passed!
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+7 3. Austin commented 9 years ago

Or is it possible that Ellie's son did not inherit her "good vision genes"? It looks like the dog may be far-sighted to me. Had a cat with this conditon - could not find a treat next to her to save her life, had to sniff for it but could spot flying insects and hunt them like a champion. Catching was different matter.
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+1 4. thundersnow commented 9 years ago

Some dogs are just good at some things and not others..I had a dog that was not a good catcher at all, I have one now that catches everything even when "fast pitched".
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0 5. sux2bu commented 9 years ago

Those bulldogs have really bad teeth :x .....oh they are English bulldogs I guess. >:)