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Old 04-02-2020, 02:21 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
As long as we are comparing noses I must say my Chessie had the best nose of any dog I have seen - I have had and hunted with Labs, Goldens and Drahts - most Chessie owners say the same thing about their dogs - for whatever reason it seems like the Chessie's don't get the credit they should - probably why the breed is still predictable.
The 2 Chessies I hunted with had excellent noses. I had a Brittany with an unbelievable nose. She could find quail in her sleep 😁. The Lab I have now has a so-so nose.
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