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There used for everything a terrier can do and more bud the dog has been trained to blood trail also

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attachicon.gifUntitled.pngwelcome to the forum bud there's a few people that have them now in the uk and also work them as well not every one will get on with them as they can hunt on a long way but if you put the time and effort in there quite biddable and will turn there hand to most things

That's a funny coincidence...I was just showing my son the photos on this thread and he was saying they looked like my tiny black and tan kelpie (she looks like a Manchester terrier cross) then I read your comment...sounds like they have a similar character too! :D Shape-wise they bring to mind the smooth fox terrier I remember from my youth in the 70s.

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attachicon.gifUntitled.pngwelcome to the forum bud there's a few people that have them now in the uk and also work them as well not every one will get on with them as they can hunt on a long way but if you put the time and effort in there quite biddable and will turn there hand to most things

 

That's a funny coincidence...I was just showing my son the photos on this thread and he was saying they looked like my tiny black and tan kelpie (she looks like a Manchester terrier cross) then I read your comment...sounds like they have a similar character too! :D Shape-wise they bring to mind the smooth fox terrier I remember from my youth in the 70s.

 

Neal they are originally bred from fox terriers if you click on this link and it should tell you about the history of the breed and how it came about https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jagdterrier

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I'd Neva heard of or seen a Manchester terrier Neal I just had a look and they do look quite alike in the face shape and colour

Are the Manchester terriers working dogs and what would they be used for ?

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They were once but I don't think any still are.

Interesting read, especially with regards to the attention to detail in breeding to type in the early days.

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jagdterrier can you tell me how too get photos on the pages. Cheers mate

when replying to a thread or starting one click the more reply option ( bottom right of the reply box ) then new screen appears select chose file then attach this file once its uploaded file needs to be smaller than 500kb its simple to resize if to big

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Thanks for explaining demented im not 100% sure how to upload pictures myself in not sure how to downsize them but u explained well thanks ! Hope it helped Keaner and thanks I'll probly see this season out with her and when she's 3 I will put her across my oldest dog , both work very well together , see if you can get some pictures up of your dogs Keaner

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The terrier is about 10 now so she doesn't do as much. Still love her rats though.

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The terrier is about 10 now so she doesn't do as much. Still love her rats though.

Small little type ain't she did you do any digging with her when she was younger ?

How olds the lurcher how does he work ?

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No the blokes I had her off entered her too young which made her jibb. Rabbits and rabbits though she's mustard. The lurch bitch will be four this winter. She's a good alrounder day and night, fur and feather. Don't have her for foxes though

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