The Day we Dred

Montana

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Nov 3, 2011
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Bitterroot Valley, MT.
Sad news. For what it’s worth, it made me flash back to my GSP’s. Those were some good days, fun hunts. It’s been a while but still miss them. New dogs will come, and you’ll love them too but it is all a little different. Each has their own place, that for sure.
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Mule3006Elk

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Jul 3, 2013
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Sorry to hear the news. I have a young GSP. Looking forward to many years hunting with her. Good reminder to enjoy the now. Just never know.
 
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sleepingbear

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Sep 15, 2011
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Thanks Guys , I'll be looking for one that looks like him, Mostly white. A month ago they where all over ,so it might be next year, which is fine i still have two labs to finish off if i don't find what i want. He looked alot like Montana's dog on the left when he was young.
 

CrimsonArrow

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Feb 21, 2011
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I feel your pain, man. The bond between a hunting dog and his master is a very special thing. They’re family, and find peace knowing you shared a great life with him
 
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