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#1 s.e.s.k.u

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Posted 22 December 2013 - 08:01 am

coming up 11 month now...time flies by eh. the mooching is going great marking up working alongside ferrets and terriers. shes a joy to watch very committed an switched on bitch.   had a couple runs on the lamp this morning she caught both.. don't want to over do it so ill just keep up what im doing ..couple runs on the lamp when conditions are good and hopefully come September next year she'll be ready for some graft. thanks for looking and atb for rest of the season and new year..sesku

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Posted 22 December 2013 - 08:04 am

was going to post this up on the other thread for pups and young ens.......but its gone off topic lol arguing over worming...


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Posted 22 December 2013 - 08:12 am

Gwen is doing well,.. this litter seems to be very committed

ATB
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Posted 22 December 2013 - 08:21 am

She's looking great mate. Fair play to you for putting the time in and now you are starting to reap the rewards :yes:

Too much collie in these though :laugh:

(Running joke with Borderscott!)

All the best.
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Posted 22 December 2013 - 08:22 am

hey Lloyd hows things? aye committed or daft :laugh:.  twice now gwens been lucky when landing from silly leaps  steep bankings



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Posted 22 December 2013 - 08:24 am

thanks gaz.. atb



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Posted 22 December 2013 - 08:53 am

Smashing Pup, cant beat a collie X  imho, looks a nice type :thumbs: Good Luck for the future :thumbs: , and just one note... try to loose the collar when You feels she is ready.


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Posted 22 December 2013 - 08:54 am

Try to loose the collar when You feels she is ready.


What makes you say this?

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Posted 22 December 2013 - 08:57 am

Brilliant stuff...both this pup and Borderscots are the two that ive been following their progress with great interest ... ive said before why dogs of this type ain't more popular I don't know especially in today's climate and the hunting legislation but ive had several heavily saturated cur types in the last 30 year and all of them have been ok atleast good enough for me lol..enjoy s.e s.k.u I can almost guarantee you that you will never go hungry with such a mutt at your side..good luck..Atb Andy
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Posted 22 December 2013 - 09:05 am

 

Try to loose the collar when You feels she is ready.


What makes you say this?

 

Collars  can Kill.... :thumbs:  i dont work mine ever with one, in the pre ban days...... the only collar we used was a very small  up the neck and tight behind the ear jobby.

 

I have seen many whippet types wearing those triple strap collars...... why :hmm:   a fashoin fad :icon_eek:

Like wise i dont turn horses out with head collars on........... experience taught me such :yes:


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Posted 22 December 2013 - 09:16 am

Brilliant stuff...both this pup and Borderscots are the two that ive been following their progress with great interest ... ive said before why dogs of this type ain't more popular I don't know especially in today's climate and the hunting legislation but ive had several heavily saturated cur types in the last 30 year and all of them have been ok atleast good enough for me lol..enjoy s.e s.k.u I can almost guarantee you that you will never go hungry with such a mutt at your side..good luck..Atb Andy

thanks andy ...atb sesku....

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Posted 22 December 2013 - 09:21 am


 

Try to loose the collar when You feels she is ready.

What makes you say this?
 
Collars  can Kill.... :thumbs:  i dont work mine ever with one, in the pre ban days...... the only collar we used was a very small  up the neck and tight behind the ear jobby.
 
I have seen many whippet types wearing those triple strap collars...... why :hmm:   a fashoin fad :icon_eek:
Like wise i dont turn horses out with head collars on........... experience taught me such :yes:

I know blokes who've ran dogs collared up for 45 years and never had a collar related accident.

I like running dogs with a collar on. Just personal preference.

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Posted 22 December 2013 - 09:22 am

Bonny lass she is mate, looks like she's coming on a treat....best of luck with her. Really liking the look of these cur types, make a lot of sense in this day and age. Just out of curiosity, how much sighthound in the mix?


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Posted 22 December 2013 - 09:30 am

Bonny lass she is mate, looks like she's coming on a treat....best of luck with her. Really liking the look of these cur types, make a lot of sense in this day and age. Just out of curiosity, how much sighthound in the mix?

the dam was 3/4 grey ...she looked almost pure grey . Atb sesku
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Posted 22 December 2013 - 10:02 am

 

 

 

Try to loose the collar when You feels she is ready.

What makes you say this?
 
Collars  can Kill.... :thumbs:  i dont work mine ever with one, in the pre ban days...... the only collar we used was a very small  up the neck and tight behind the ear jobby.
 
I have seen many whippet types wearing those triple strap collars...... why :hmm:   a fashoin fad :icon_eek:
Like wise i dont turn horses out with head collars on........... experience taught me such :yes:

I know blokes who've ran dogs collared up for 45 years and never had a collar related accident.

I like running dogs with a collar on. Just personal preference.

 

I would rather we  stuck on topic ............ that can be debated another time :D


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