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When Your Dogos Are Shit, Send In The Patterdale!!


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#61 Tyson@dandan

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Posted 03 July 2013 - 03:21 am

what a dog can't believe they used a patterdale as
the finisher just shows what they are capable of definetly on my list after a greyhound bitch for tys.

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Posted 19 July 2013 - 08:47 pm

couldn't agree more what sheer cruelty,not only for the boar but cruelty for the dogs,and then to release a little patterdale.lets have a fair hunt,wether its terrier work,lurcher work or any hunting.then they impose the hunting act on us,crazy.
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#63 foxtails

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Posted 21 July 2013 - 10:19 pm

canned hunting of any sort, be it with dogs or rifles just doesnt sit right with me!

me niether, but that patty gave me a rush,  they always get the job done!



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Posted 27 July 2013 - 11:32 am

Just because its in a different country doesn't make it right,to me the cruelty is we're the boar is not being killed out right just penned up and ragged by young dogs must be very traumatic for the big beast if your going to hunt the them go out catch a wild one test the dogs then dispatch it?as for snapping a rabbits leg for the pup that's no hunter in my eyes and that's what gets our sport band idiots!

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Posted 29 July 2013 - 08:50 am

Look around the globe, there's a lot of cruelty going on that makes this pale into insignificance. Animals are regularly skinned whilst alive for the fur and meat trade in certain countries, including dogs and cats. If you hunt with dogs, then climb down off of your high horses, because it's a long way to fall!

As for breaking rabbits legs before letting a dog chase them, that's a piece of fantasy from the Daily Mail or LACS.


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