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Re: Any Boykin spaniel owners ? [Re: Spotshooter] #15826929 02/23/21
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“ I guess I got the best of both worlds with the Boykin that I had. She had tons of drive when training/hunting, but settled down nicely in the home. There is literally nothing that I would have changed about her.”

The shedding! I agree with all the rest. Mine are the same, lap dogs at home.... business in the field.

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English Cocker "Merlot"....They will even sit quiet in the field once they know they have a reason to do so. Take a line off his nose in the Deer blind, and it is not rare for a Deer to show itself relatively soon....He picked this one out at around 50 yards back in the wood and coming to the field.


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Re: Any Boykin spaniel owners ? [Re: Spotshooter] #15828234 02/23/21
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They are great little dogs but they are not a Lab... They are murder on doves and can handle limited water and cold - but it will stress them more.


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Re: Any Boykin spaniel owners ? [Re: battue] #15829186 02/23/21
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Originally Posted by battue
English Cocker "Merlot"....They will even sit quiet in the field once they know they have a reason to do so. Take a line off his nose in the Deer blind, and it is not rare for a Deer to show itself relatively soon....He picked this one out at around 50 yards back in the wood and coming to the field.


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This is one good boy, right here. The total package, starting with just pure “good boy”. I am proud to be his buddy! I didn’t know he can hunt deer too!!! laugh He is a true Renaissance Man! He truely is as neat as he looks!

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Yea, he has lined up more than one Deer. The local yard Deer give him an almost daily training session.

He took after a Doe this spring, but she had a fawn in the woods, and he shortly became the chased. Two circles in the back yard, her trying to stomp him and him squealing for mercy and finally deciding to use the open kitchen door.

Now it’s pretty much, there they are, take’em!!!!....😂


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