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This is Buster the Bastard again. He's realised if he climbs high, he can more easily spy out any coypu, ragodin, swimming around, then he's off. He's the daughter's Welsh terrier. This is a young one he spotted.

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1 hour ago, David Cropper said:

This is Buster the Bastard again. He's realised if he climbs high, he can more easily spy out any coypu, ragodin, swimming around, then he's off. He's the daughter's Welsh terrier. This is a young one he spotted.

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Get him a saw,and do some cutting while he,s up there🐕

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On 15 January 2020 at 06:21, Kent Arboreal said:

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This handsome old devil is the best liked member of the Kent Arboreal team. Largely because he’s the only likeable one. Not much of a climber though.

He,s a beauty

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This is the Rescue a year on from when we took him on, he will only let me and the mrs touch him, does not want fuss, we have to manage his local environment very tightly in terms of people, he is ok out and about if people ignore him, his behaviour is consistent in that if someone shows an interest in him then he is keen to point out he wants to be left alone but really only as they approach, he has taught us lots, and iam sure we still have much to learn, iam hoping that as time passes and with a fair&firm but gentle and consistent hand he will become more trusting, i will prob be proved wrong but it does not stop us trying

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Zues. Rescue we picked up about 2 months ago. 10 months old in that pic. A bit of an asshole. Attacks anything on four legs and small humans shorter than around 3ft. Requires a lot of work but he is improving. 

 

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