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#1 Guest_Uncle Fester_*

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Posted 11 May 2005 - 08:15 am

trev pups out of mobhi 5 month old...

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Posted 11 May 2005 - 12:58 pm

nice to see young greyhounds running loose at that age instead of being constantly penned up.
Best of luck with them UF.

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Posted 11 May 2005 - 01:06 pm

totally agree :good: free running is an excellent way to give pups some exercise :good: A lot of people underestimate greyhounds, if reared as lurchers they can be surprisingly quick to learn and some even obedient.

I had an old ex track bitch that I used for breeding and she had never done a thing in her life, and within a few months I had her trotting along beside me offlead, and coming back when called, and she even made a half decent lamper, though she was quicker to tire than a lurcher. She had a really biddable nature though and very affectionate always wanting to please, so I suppose that helped.

The black/white pup looks a lot like smallmouths collie x :D


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Posted 15 May 2005 - 09:01 am

Good post. A lot of people's opinions about greyhounds stems from seeing ex-track dogs that have never been encouraged to use their brains.

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Posted 15 May 2005 - 04:45 pm

Fester them pups look like crakers and you have them in great nick, they are a credit to you.
They have plenty of growth left in them yet judging by the knuckles on them.
They have the hallmark frightful flash colours of black and white to :D :D

I wish you well with them, im very sweet on the cross and the stud as you know, i think he will be the next spiral nikkita.
The other litter will have some serious early pace to with the sire and the sire on the dams side <_<




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