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I have 2 Petmate Pet Porters for sale. 1st is a white Intermediate (32" L x 22" W x 23" H) for dogs from 30 to 50 pounds @ $35.00. 2nd is a blue Large (36" L x 24" W x 26" H) for dogs from 50 to 70 pounds @ $45.00. Will sell together for $70.00. Both are in very good condition without any cracks and all hardware is installed as new. I'm located near Arapahoe and University in Centennial. Send me a PM if interested.





 

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Thank you and I agree. I've always loved the looks of an English Setter. This is "T".



He'll turn 11 during this coming bird season and his tail isn't quite as high on point any longer. He hunted 5 - 6 hours for 35 days last year and held up remarkably well but that was quite a workload for a dog of his age. In a few weeks I will be heading up to Montana to pick up a great nephew of his as a started dog. The only thing prettier than a setter on point is 2 setters on point. This is Squid:





I'll be able to take a load off of T and get Squid into a bunch of birds if the predictions for the following season hold true.

Both of the kennels for sale are too big to put side-by-side in the back of the 4Runner so I had to buy 2 more (Ruff Tough) that would fit the vehicle and the dogs. Hence the sale.
 

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I had a black lab Irish setter mix growing up. She wasn't trained but it was funny to see her natural instinct to point at her ball when she was waiting for you to pick it up.
 

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Fabulous looking dogs!
Thanks and I agree. Brought the new pup back from Montana and he's going to be a real "pistol dog" for our upland adventures. Had him up for a Blue Grouse run and he handled great while keeping track of me with a short to medium range (up to 150 yards). I'm guessing he'll stretch it out some in pheasant country and hoping his range will increase to 300 yards or so just like the older setter. Can't wait for the prairie season to begin.
 
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