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I took a few pictures of Da Braddahs, Jack and Double Wide on a couple road trips in the last month.  I have re-named Double Dee, Double Wide for a couple of reasons; one is let's say DW is rather husky, or big boned.  And the other is Double Wide is my favorite beer.



One of our favorite places to run is a state park just south west of KC.  Here is a picture of Da Braddahs pointing a covey of quail in the ditch.



Yeah, I know you can not see any dogs in the above picture, here is the same picture cropped of the Da Braddahs about 200 yards out.



We walk down three separate gravel roads that end in the water and Da Braddahs like water.  Here is DW retrieving a stick.



On the dock.



One of the other places I like to run Da Braddahs is on a WMA in Missouri that on the back end of a large flood control lake.  Keep in mind that were I run here, it can be under as much as 12 feet of water during flooding, so the birds might or might not be plentiful, but I have killed both limits of woodcock and quail on the WMA in the past.

Running on a wheat field.



Looking for birds; quail or woodcock.



The only find of the day, DW pointing a woodcock. One can see why his name is DW.



Back at home with their new collars.



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Da Braddahs.



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Nice! How are they adjusting to wearing collars? I think I remember reading before that you hadn't put them on your dogs in the past.
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Nice! How are they adjusting to wearing collars? I think I remember reading before that you hadn't put them on your dogs in the past.

Actually, I have had a little set back.  I am trying to slim DW down and have him on a diet.  Some how he got his collar off and ate half of it.



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Mmmmm...delicious collar.    Looks like a Frank and Jesse James to me!

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American or French,  Britts certainly have a sweet face... and all too often a wide ass.

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I like 'em. Cool brace of dogs.

Are they Bruddahs from the same Muddah?


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I like 'em.

Me too. Fat ass and all. :)

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I like 'em. Cool brace of dogs.

Are they Bruddahs from the same Muddah?

Yes, same Muddah and Faddah, different littlers of pups.  Jack will soon be 3 and DW turned 1 in Dec.

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I've always liked the looks of those dogs.  The only problem I see is it'd be darned hard to tell if they were covered with mud.

They look just like Georgia red clay!


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i have always loved the look of your french britts. real shame that the breeder isn't still making pups.
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My bet is the other dog chewed the collar off one dogs neck.
I have watched my Pointer do that to my Setter's collar more than once.

Pups look good.


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My bet is the other dog chewed the collar off one dogs neck.
I have watched my Pointer do that to my Setter's collar more than once.

Pups look good.

I saw DW chew it up, I thought he was chewing on some thing else.  I did not think he could get his collar off.

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Actually, I have had a little set back.  I am trying to slim DW down and have him on a diet.  Some how he got his collar off and ate half of it.

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LMAO!! KBD, how does it feel to be outsmarted by a dog, a nice looking dog, but still a dog? :p


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LMAO!! KBD, how does it feel to be outsmarted by a dog, a nice looking dog, but still a dog? :p

I think we all know how it feels.   :D

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They are looking sharp! You need to move back out to the country and throw those collars away!

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