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1921 A.H. Fox 20 gauge XE double barrel shotgun

1921 A.H. Fox 20 gauge XE double barrel shotgun

It’s confirmed: Fox collectors are nuts. The auction for this 20g A.H. Fox XE ended Monday, and the final price was $24,002. That’s a lot for a gun with almost no original color-case hardening and a stubby stock. At least its provenance is sound. That must be what drove the price so high.

For the same money,  the winning bidder could have bought this 20 gauge Westley Richards droplock. Much nicer gun, but it doesn’t come with as nice a story.

1921 A.H. Fox 20 gauge XE double barrel shotgun: According to J.T. Callahan, the Fox records indicate that this gun, SN 201509, a 20 gauge XE, was shipped on August 7, 1921 from Philadelphia to Abercrombie & Fitch of NYC, the original consignee. The gun was made with 26” barrels, choked IC (r) and M (l) with a LOP of 13 ½” and DOH of 2 5/8”. Weight, 5 lbs., 12 oz. — FINAL HAMMER: $24,002

Over in Scotland, Gavin Gardiner held his annual Gleneagles Sale on the same day (Monday). This pair of 12g sidelock Wilkes shotguns did extremely well – pricey, but possibly worth it.

JOHN WILKES PAIR OF KELL-ENGRAVED 12-BORE SIDELOCK EJECTOR GUNS, NOS. 13802/3

JOHN WILKES PAIR OF KELL-ENGRAVED 12-BORE SIDELOCK EJECTOR GUNS, NOS. 13802/3

JOHN WILKES A MAGNIFICENT PAIR OF KELL-ENGRAVED 12-BORE SIDELOCK EJECTOR GUNS, NOS. 13802/3: 28-inch barrels with 2 1/2-inch chambers, about 1/4 and 3/4 choke borings, matted top ribs, the frames, locks and gold numbered top levers with best bouquet and scroll engraving and retaining virtually all of their original hardening colour, the inside of the fore-end irons with further bouquet and scroll engraving, gold washed lockwork, rolled edge trigger guards, 14 1/2-inch highly figured exhibition quality stocks, inlaid in gold with the entwined initials “W.D.”, 6lb. 9oz., nitro proof, in their maker’s presentation case with engraved fittings and canvas outer cover. ESTIMATE: £25000-35000 SALE PRICE: £53,900

The maker confirms that the guns were completed on 24th August 1935 for W. W. Dowding. The guns were engraved by Harry Kell with special flower and scroll work and the guns remain as originally built. The original cost was £220 with the case costing £13 15s and the matching outer cover a further £5 12s 6d.

W. W. Dowding

William W. Dowding, for whom these guns were made, was one of the Wilkes’ largest retail customers in the 1930s. He started to buy guns from them in 1931 and in the course of the next five years ordered a total of ten new guns as well as buying others and a wide variety of shooting requisites. The story passed down the family was that in 1933 Dowding challenged Jack Wilkes to make for him a pair of guns that were on a par with the best the London trade could offer. Guns 13802/3 were Jack’s response to that challenge. Many years later his sons viewed this pair of guns as his masterpiece.

To make them, Wilkes went to many of the best outworkers in the the London trade. George Lane and Bolter normally worked for Woodward; Mealey at the time was on Wilkes’ payroll, but had worked for Grant & Lang and several others in a very long career; and Willie Lane was shortly to join Grant & Lang’s payroll. The engraver Harry Kell is probably the only outworker now widely known.

Beretta 686 ONYX 20 GA., 28" BBLS

Beretta 686 ONYX 20 GA., 28″ BBLS

Here’s another one of these great Beretta O/Us at an even better price.

This one has a pistol grip. If you would like to switch it to a straight-gripped stock, check out the wood sets at Cole Gunsmithing. You could get a new butt and forend for as little as $365.

Beretta 686 ONYX 20 GA, 28″ bbls.

Price: $ 1,449.99

Manufacturer: Approx. 1996 ; SN – F06055B
Caliber: 20 GA.
Chambers: 3
Metal Condition: Shows original finish with gold inlay on reciever and light handling marks.
Wood Condition: Shows original finish with light handling marks.
Bore Condition: Bright.
Barrels: 28″ with vent. rib.
Triggers: Single selective with gold washing.
Stock: Select walnut with pistol grip and sharp checkering.
Stock Dimensions: 14 1/2″ LOP ; 1 1/2″ DAC ; 2 1/4″ DAH.
Fore End: Select walnut with finger groove and sharp checkering.
Butt Pad: Beretta logo black rubber.
Weight: 5 lbs. 11 oz.
Sights: Silver bead.
Chokes: Choke tubes : IC / MOD.
Beretta Uplander in 20 gauge 28" barells 3 inch chamber

Beretta Uplander in 20 gauge 28″ barells 3 inch chamber

Here’s a great upland gun at a fair price. These Beretta/Orvis Uplanders are tough to finds with 28″ barrels.

Beretta Uplander in 20 gauge 28″ barells 3 inch chamber: Beretta Mobile chokes IC/M included. LOP over leather butt pad is 15″. Drop 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 slight cast off for right handed shooter. weight 6lb 3 oz on my digital postal scale. HARD TO FIND! The gun has oil rubbed drop dead gorgeous wood. All metal is pretty matte blue. I have hunted with it so it has some small dents in the wood none of the dents go through the finish. I tried to photograph them but they are mostly so light they don’t show up in a photgraph but they are there. The metal is perfect the blueing is not rubed through any where and the barrels are shinny no rust of any kind anywhere not dents in the barrels chambers are shinny. The action is tight and the top lever is well right of center. The top rib has a slight imperfection I have tried to photograph in the up close pictures it is small and hardly noticible when you look down the barrels. The leather butt pad is in great condition. Price: $2,300

Beretta Uplander in 20 gauge 28" barells 3 inch chamber

Beretta Uplander in 20 gauge 28″ barells 3 inch chamber

Beretta Uplander in 20 gauge 28" barells 3 inch chamber

Beretta Uplander in 20 gauge 28″ barells 3 inch chamber

The late 19th century was a golden age for sporting guns in the UK. Hundred of makers had shops throughout the country, thousands of people were employed by the trade, and because shooting was THE ACTIVITY for the Royals and other well-to-dos, there were plenty of customers.

The country’s most prestigious makers were in London, close to Buckingham Palace. Makers like Purdey, Boss, Holland & Holland, and Stephen Grant had shops in the West End. They fought for patronage from high-end customers and were always on the lookout for ways to set themselves apart from the competition.

On January 1, 1891, John Robertson took control of Boss & Co. Robertson had grown up in gunmaking. He joined the London trade in 1864 at Purdeys and went out on his own in 1873. Once he was in charge of things at Boss, his first task was to update the  company’s shotguns and remake Boss as the city’s premier gunmaker.

12 gauge Back-Action Boss, a typical pre-Robertson gun

12 gauge Back-Action Boss, a typical pre-Robertson gun. Go here to see listing for gun.

Pre-Robertson, Boss had been known for making back-action sidelocks and hammerguns with Jones-style underlevers. Robertson ditched these old designs for modern, bar-action locks and a look all his own. He came up with a new, streamlined design for Boss’s guns and created the company’s classic look – snakey, handsome, and sleek.

A few years later, Robertson pushed this streamlining  further and came up with something daring: Boss’s famous Round Body Action. The Round Body pushes sleek as far as it will go, and it looks more Space Age than Victorian Age. The lockplates and action are filed up for a round appearance. There are no beads, hips, or edges to be seen. The fences retain their bulbous “Boss” shape, but the stock gets the “round” treatment  around the locks  and through the hand. There are no drop points. The result is very unique and very modern. If George Jetson found his way back to London in 1900, he would want this shotgun.

Round-Body Bosses were never popular, and of the 10,000 or so double barrels Boss has built to date, fewer than 300 were the Round-Bodies. Most of these RBs were 12 gauges, very few were 20s. So the 20 gauge Boss Round Body you see here is a rare side by side. It was made in the early ‘3os and it looks like it’s in decent shape.

20 gauge Boss &Co. Sidelock SxS Double Barrel Shotgun, Round Body

20 gauge Boss &Co. Sidelock SxS Double Barrel Shotgun, Round Body

20 gauge Boss &Co. Sidelock SxS Double Barrel Shotgun, Round Body

20 gauge Boss &Co. Sidelock SxS Double Barrel Shotgun, Round Body

20 gauge Boss &Co. Sidelock SxS Double Barrel Shotgun, Round Body

20 gauge Boss &Co. Sidelock SxS Double Barrel Shotgun, Round Body

20 gauge Boss &Co. Sidelock SxS Double Barrel Shotgun, Round Body

20 gauge Boss &Co. Sidelock SxS Double Barrel Shotgun, Round Body

20 gauge Boss &Co. Sidelock SxS Double Barrel Shotgun, Round Body

20 gauge Boss &Co. Sidelock SxS Double Barrel Shotgun, Round Body

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

If you’re a Fox fan, grab a towel: This 20 gauge Philly Sterlingworth is gonna make you drool. It looks brand new and 100% original. And if that wasn’t enough, it has ejectors and 28″ barrels, making it one of the toughest Sterlies to find.

Ironmen Arms & Antiques just had it, and I remember the price was pretty high. If you’re looking for American doubles, I would keep an eye on the Ironmen site. They handle a lot of nice American doubles, and most of them sell pretty fast.

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original: Offered is perhaps the best all original Philadelphia Fox Sterlingworth 20 gauge shotguns that you are likely to find.  It is also the rare ejector model Sterlingworth.  Serial Number 262488 was produced in early 1930 most likely during the Savage Arms buy out of the Fox Company.  It is one of the last FOX shotguns of any grade marked Philadelphia.  It remains in nearly brand new condition with NO restoration work or touch up.  It shows evidence of very limited firing and nearly 100% case color and blue remain.  Screws and bores are mint.  Original butt plate and grip cap.  It would be next to impossible to upgrade on the condition of this fine little Philadelphia 20.  The dimensions are: Barrel length 28″ choked modified and full.  2 1/2″ chambers. Length of pull from the front trigger over the original hard rubber butt plate is 14 1/8″  Drop at heel is 2 3/4″ and drop at comb is 1 5/8″.  Weight is just shy of 6 pounds.  If you collect only the best condition possible, this Fox is for you.

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original

From the 8/20/14 issue of Sporting Classics Daily

From the 8/20/14 issue of Sporting Classics Daily

One of the first questions my vet asked me when he saw Lexi was: When would you like to bring her in and have her spayed? When he found out that I was planning on holding off, he asked if I planned to breed her

“Not necessarily,” I said.

My breeder suggested holding off on spaying, and I’m reading more studies that indicate that doing it may be wise.

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Gundogs: To Neuter or Not to Neuter?

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Gundogs: To Neuter or Not to Neuter?

Tom Davis just published a piece called  Gundogs: To Neuter or Not to Neuter? in the 8/20/14 issue of Sporting Classic Daily. It does a good job of laying out both sides of the story. If you have a young dog, I suggest checking it out.

Here a few more resources to look at, too:

Long-Term Health Risks and Benefits Associated with Spay / Neuter in Dogs

Basis for Position on Mandatory Spay-Neuter in the Canine and Feline

According to a mounting body of evidence, the practice of neutering at an early age may increase a dog’s risk for developing a laundry list of serious health problems. In particular, neutering prior to the attainment of sexual maturity has been linked to a higher incidence of hip dysplasia, canine cruciate ligament (CCL) injury, hypothyroidism, geriatric cognitive impairment, and certain cancers, including lymphoma, osteosarcoma, and hemangiosarcoma. – See more at: http://sportingclassicsdaily.com/issue/august-2014/article/gundogs-to-neuter-or-not-to-neuter#sthash.TrwIjTZR.dpuf

According to a mounting body of evidence, the practice of neutering at an early age may increase a dog’s risk for developing a laundry list of serious health problems. In particular, neutering prior to the attainment of sexual maturity has been linked to a higher incidence of hip dysplasia, canine cruciate ligament (CCL) injury, hypothyroidism, geriatric cognitive impairment, and certain cancers, including lymphoma, osteosarcoma, and hemangiosarcoma. – See more at: http://sportingclassicsdaily.com/issue/august-2014/article/gundogs-to-neuter-or-not-to-neuter#sthash.TrwIjTZR.dpuf
According to a mounting body of evidence, the practice of neutering at an early age may increase a dog’s risk for developing a laundry list of serious health problems. In particular, neutering prior to the attainment of sexual maturity has been linked to a higher incidence of hip dysplasia, canine cruciate ligament (CCL) injury, hypothyroidism, geriatric cognitive impairment, and certain cancers, including lymphoma, osteosarcoma, and hemangiosarcoma. – See more at: http://sportingclassicsdaily.com/issue/august-2014/article/gundogs-to-neuter-or-not-to-neuter#sthash.TrwIjTZR.dpuf
According to a mounting body of evidence, the practice of neutering at an early age may increase a dog’s risk for developing a laundry list of serious health problems. In particular, neutering prior to the attainment of sexual maturity has been linked to a higher incidence of hip dysplasia, canine cruciate ligament (CCL) injury, hypothyroidism, geriatric cognitive impairment, and certain cancers, including lymphoma, osteosarcoma, and hemangiosarcoma. – See more at: http://sportingclassicsdaily.com/issue/august-2014/article/gundogs-to-neuter-or-not-to-neuter#sthash.TrwIjTZR.dpuf
According to a mounting body of evidence, the practice of neutering at an early age may increase a dog’s risk for developing a laundry list of serious health problems. In particular, neutering prior to the attainment of sexual maturity has been linked to a higher incidence of hip dysplasia, canine cruciate ligament (CCL) injury, hypothyroidism, geriatric cognitive impairment, and certain cancers, including lymphoma, osteosarcoma, and hemangiosarcoma. – See more at: http://sportingclassicsdaily.com/issue/august-2014/article/gundogs-to-neuter-or-not-to-neuter#sthash.TrwIjTZR.dpuf

According to a mounting body of evidence, the practice of neutering at an early age may increase a dog’s risk for developing a laundry list of serious health problems. In particular, neutering prior to the attainment of sexual maturity has been linked to a higher incidence of hip dysplasia, canine cruciate ligament (CCL) injury, hypothyroidism, geriatric cognitive impairment, and certain cancers, including lymphoma, osteosarcoma, and hemangiosarcoma. – See more at: http://sportingclassicsdaily.com/issue/august-2014/article/gundogs-to-neuter-or-not-to-neuter#sthash.TrwIjTZR.dpuf
According to a mounting body of evidence, the practice of neutering at an early age may increase a dog’s risk for developing a laundry list of serious health problems. In particular, neutering prior to the attainment of sexual maturity has been linked to a higher incidence of hip dysplasia, canine cruciate ligament (CCL) injury, hypothyroidism, geriatric cognitive impairment, and certain cancers, including lymphoma, osteosarcoma, and hemangiosarcoma. – See more at: http://sportingclassicsdaily.com/issue/august-2014/article/gundogs-to-neuter-or-not-to-neuter#sthash.TrwIjTZR.dpuf
BERETTA - SO3 - 12ga 28" M / F - English Stock - Double Trigger - Leather Pad

BERETTA – SO3 – 12ga 28″ M / F – English Stock – Double Trigger – Leather Pad

BERETTA – SO3 – 12ga 28″ M / F – English Stock – Double Trigger – Leather Pad: 2-3/4″, 28″ M / F (.020 / .037), LOP 14-3/4″, Drop 1-3/8″ to 2-1/8″, Slight Cast Off for Right Hand, Weight 7 lbs. 2 oz. Excellent Condition. Barrels retain about 97% original blue. The Trigger Guard has been refinished. The wood was recently recheckered and refinished – Excellent Work. New Leather Covered Pad. Price: $6,450

JOSEPH LANG 12GA, SxS, 2 BL SET: SIDELOCK EJECTOR, 30″ BARRELS, ONE SET CHOKED .022 AND .035, SECOND SET TRUE CYLINDER AND .019. BARRELS ARE CHOPPER LUMP. GUN DATES FROM 1913. ENGLISH STRAIGHT STOCK, 14 3/8 PULL TO A LEATHER BUTT , 1 1/4 x 2 3/4 DROP, SINGLE TRIGGER, HIGH QUALITY BOUQUET AND SCROLL ENGRAVING, CLASSIC LOOK, NICE LOOKING GUN IN GREAT SHAPE, CASED, WITH LETTER FROM DOUGLAS TATE OF BRITISH GAME GUNS. Price: $17,500

JOSEPH LANG 12GA, SxS, 2 BL SET

JOSEPH LANG 12GA, SxS, 2 BL SET

MERKEL, O/U, Model 201E, 16 GA,

MERKEL, O/U, Model 201E, 16 GA,

MERKEL, O/U, Model 201E, 16 GA: 28”, IC& IM, DT, Straight Grip, 3-piece Forened, Solid Rib, Fine Scroll & Rosette Engraving, Gray Receiver, Pad, Mfg 1953, 1 1/2 x 2 1/2 x 14 5/8 with 1/4 cast off, Weight 6#8oz, 2 3/4″ chambers, ID 3845, EXC. Condition. Price: $5,500

Ithaca 4E 20 gauge with 28″ bbls: This is a Lewis & Nig model 4E with 28″ long barrels and double, gold plated, checkered triggers. The length of pull is 14-1/4″ to a factory butt plate. This gun was made in 1906. The left bore is .633 dia with .005 choke and the Right bore is .636 dia and has .039 choke. The barrel wall thickness in the thinest area is .025, so it’s barrel thickness is OK. The barrel tops are marked Krupp Fluid Steel. Wonderful bird gun with beautiful wood. Price: $4,295

Ithaca 4E 20 gauge with 28" bbls

Ithaca 4E 20 gauge with 28″ bbls

Francotte 20ga model 14E

Francotte 20ga model 14E

Francotte 20gauge model 14E: Imported in the 1920s by Von Lengerke and Detmold of New York. VL&D were big competitors of Abercrombie and Fitch and imported many high quality European guns.This gun has 26″ barrels choked modified (.017″) and full (.027″). It has a semi pistol grip stock,double triggers,and ejectors.The stock dimensions are 14 3/8″ LOP x 15/8″ at comb x 2 3/4″ at heel.It weighs 6-2 and has 2 3/4″ chambers. It has full coverage scroll engraving and checkered sidepanels.The bores are clean and bright with no damage.A great upland gun.C&R eligible. Price: $3,995

1921 A.H. Fox 20 gauge XE double barrel shotgun

1921 A.H. Fox 20 gauge XE double barrel shotgun

I’m always amazed by what folks will pay for smallbore American shotguns. Check out this 20g Fox XE to see what I mean. This is a nice, original gun, and someone is going to pay dearly for it. It’s on Gunbroker.comn now and the listing end on Monday, 8/25/2014, @ 9:00:00 AM ET. So if you want to get in on the action, bid now.

The XE was one of Fox’s upp-grade guns. I don’t know how many they made in 20 gauge, but the number is certainly real low.

Here’s more about this 20g from the seller:

1921 A.H. Fox 20 gauge XE double barrel shotgun: According to J.T. Callahan, the Fox records indicate that this gun, SN 201509, a 20 gauge XE, was shipped on August 7, 1921 from Philadelphia to Abercrombie & Fitch of NYC, the original consignee. The gun was made with 26” barrels, choked IC (r) and M (l) with a LOP of 13 ½” and DOH of 2 5/8”. Weight, 5 lbs., 12 oz.

1921 A.H. Fox 20 gauge XE double barrel shotgun

1921 A.H. Fox 20 gauge XE double barrel shotgun

Factory notes indicate: “Full pistol grip, stock 13 ½” to center, 13 ¼” at toe, short toe for woman’s hand, Lyman sights, Silvers recoil pad.” It appears to be in original condition with in use wear. Recoil pad may have been replaced at some point in time. Bores are bright with no pitting. I don’t have barrel minimum thickness measurements, but gun was determined to be within specification by Jim Kelly of Darlington Gun Works. It has normal in use hunting wear and dings. The wood and checkering are sound. One trigger is lighter in pull than the other.

1921 A.H. Fox 20 gauge XE double barrel shotgun

1921 A.H. Fox 20 gauge XE double barrel shotgun

The shotgun has an engraved metal plate on the stock with the original owner’s name, H. N. Torrey. In 1924, Dr. Henry Norton Torrey and his wife, Nell Ford Torrey, of Detroit, Michigan, purchased Ossabaw Island, a 26,000 acre barrier island on Georgia’s coast near Savannah. The family owned the island until 1978 when the State of Georgia assumed ownership. Dr. Torrey was an avid outdoorsman, who hunted and fished around the world. Dr. Torrey died in 1945. The gun has been in the family since purchased by Dr. Torrey and has remained until recently on Ossabaw Island in the possession of Dr. Torrey’s daughter who lives on the Island.

Pure Puck

Puck working hard

The New York Times ran an interesting article last Wednesday titled Feeding Your Canine Athlete. Here are few points I pulled from the piece:

“Many people who run or walk with their dogs treat them like human running partners, offering them sips of Gatorade or half of a sports bar during a workout. But the latest science about performance nutrition for canines underscores that dogs are not people.”

Q. Does that mean feed it (a dog) like a human runner?
A. No. Humans and dogs fuel exercise very differently…Dogs burn fat as their primary endurance fuel, and carbohydrates are not very important for them.
Q. So there’s no reason to give a dog a sports bar, which is full of carbohydrates, during a run?
A. No. Same for those gel packets…Fat is the fuel for performance dogs.
Q. What about protein? How important is it?
A. Vital. Athletic dogs need protein to build and maintain muscle. In general, their diet should consist of at least 25 percent protein, preferably from meat.

My new English Pointer Lexi is almost 21 weeks old now, and she’s growing fast. She’s up to 20lbs – almost 1/2 of how much she’ll eventually weigh – and her dexterity and coordination is improving. Training wise, she knows her name, and she’s picking up some basic commands: Come, Down, and NO (she hear’s that one a lot). I’ve been working on getting her to turn and quarter on command, too, and she’s picked it up very quickly.

Here are a couple videos of her. I shot this first one last Sunday. This was Lexi’s first time in thick, weedy cover, with limited visibility, and it took her a little while to get used to it.

I shot this next video on Tuesday. This is Lexi’s first visit to the local doggie daycare facility. While Lexi has been exposed to lots of other dogs, she’s seen this many at once. This video was shot within minutes of her being introduced to the pack. Lexi handled the situation very well.

 

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