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Stormy

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Stormy got her name as a result of Storms the most important one being the Ash Wednesday snow storm she was born during. Eleven inch of snow fell at day, We had been having 70F plus temps for a couple weeks, we decided to go pick a pup out of the litter or not. Day was cold temp low 30F with wind chills in the high 20's, the day we went to bring her home it rained all the way down there and all the way home.

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She is a Ryman Style English Setter. A very smart pup. Wife has been working with her since I had TKR surgery just days after her coming home. Loves to sneak up on robins and other birds. Pointed a wild hen turkey and a rabbit.

At 23 weeks she is sitting and waits to be released before going to her food dish to eat. 

:D    Al

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Al, that is one sweet looking kid. When you get a little better with that TKR (have had two) she'll be making you sweat off the pounds and build up those sliced up muscles.  What would we do without our dog pals!?

Be easy with her and  she'll love you forever.

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I think she loves me now way she acts. Wife said rain put her in hunting mode this morning. Said she was casting in grass 50 inches tall or better all thru the walk.

 

:D  Al

 

 

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