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James Laraway

Down by the Nairn today New
« on: 20/10/2021 at 14:12 »
with my new fishing pal ...



But were obviously not fishing as its closed season !

The good news is she not a 'jumper-inner' so that is great !

Mike Barrio

Re: Down by the Nairn today
« Reply #1 on: 23/10/2021 at 11:41 »
Bonnie ..... she's gonna be great company  :)

Stevie Rennie

Re: Down by the Nairn today
« Reply #2 on: 28/10/2021 at 23:18 »
Bonnie dog James,

Does she have a name?

I need a fishing buddy of the canine variety  *smiley-wink*

James Laraway

Re: Down by the Nairn today
« Reply #3 on: 29/10/2021 at 00:09 »
Her name is Jura, she's about 5 months old now and recall etc going very well. And like I say she's not a 'water dog' so ideal to take with me in future.

Lost our last dog, Bailey, in February. She loved coming fishing with me on the Don. Granhome and Ardhuncart being her favourites. Especially Ardhuncart when the pheasants were down !

Terry Coging

Re: Down by the Nairn today
« Reply #4 on: 29/10/2021 at 09:38 »
Lovely dog James - and a lovely name 'Jura'.

My last Lab was named Bonnie and although she was a water dog she never went in while I was fishing. She did have a habit of following me and nudging me behind the knees - dodgy when perched on a rock and concentrating on the fishing!

Stevie Rennie

Re: Down by the Nairn today
« Reply #5 on: 01/11/2021 at 00:01 »
Jura’s a great name  :z16

Reminds me of my childhood neighbourhood where streets are named after all the islands.
My grandma lived and father lives in jura place  :)

The loss of a pet is as tough as a family member and although they can never be replaced, there’s a special space appears for a new furry friend.

 


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