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Iv been looking for a proper 3/4 greyhound 1/4 beddy for a mate for a while now and they are hard to find good luck in you surch

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Iv been looking for a proper 3/4 greyhound 1/4 beddy for a while now and they are hard to find good luck in you such

WHY?

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I don't know why? But iv allways like this x and I like the look of the racey dogs they seem to work well around my end

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There's a reason how they don't get bred mate, there as soft as shit, and before you ask ave had a bit of experience with beddy crosses, two first crosses, grey/bed/whip, 3/8 bed 5/8 grey, grey/bull/bed, grey/bull/bed/whip, and trust me without a bit of bull blood there pussy's :yes:

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There's a reason how they don't get bred mate, there as soft as shit, and before you ask ave had a bit of experience with beddy crosses, two first crosses, grey/bed/whip, 3/8 bed 5/8 grey, grey/bull/bed, grey/bull/bed/whip, and trust me without a bit of bull blood there pussy's :yes:

Im pleased you think so but the ones ive seen and got have plenty of drive and gameness,but you are welcome to your opinion.

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Anybody breeding or know of of a beddy grey litter?

If you look on a couple of threads mate you will see a few 5/8 3/8 beddiexgreys the best thing is there is 37yrs of pure beddiexgrey in ours no other mix needed.now you wont find many of that this day and age,but they will tell you what you want to here in the breeding.atb

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I had a very good beddy whippet grey that flew into charlie when it was legal. A very good dog but Im afraid a well bred bullx is on another level way above.

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Is a shame there's not more of this cross about as I think a well bred beddy/greyhound is a handy x I think a lot of the problem is down to finding genuine parentsie good working beddy an a decent greyhound

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There's a reason how they don't get bred mate, there as soft as shit, and before you ask ave had a bit of experience with beddy crosses, two first crosses, grey/bed/whip, 3/8 bed 5/8 grey, grey/bull/bed, grey/bull/bed/whip, and trust me without a bit of bull blood there pussy's :yes:

 

 

Fair anuf mate you are entitled to you opinion but im going to disagree there is no way the all beddy are soft as shit for me it's all depends what your quarry is (If) I wanted an all out fox dog i wouldnt be a beddy x. but I enjoy all aspects of working dogs so it would be a rabbit dog and to be honest why dose a dog need to be hard to pick up rabbit and big rabbit so if there soft as shit why did the add be by to lucher years ago ??? Atb mate

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I had a very good beddy whippet grey that flew into charlie when it was legal. A very good dog but Im afraid a well bred bullx is on another level way above.

Different dogs for different jobs mate you get a well bred beddygreyhound an it will be much better ferretin/bunny dog than a bull x atb mate

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I'm only interested in Rabbits to be fair. Lamping / ferreting. Should be okay for Rabs no doubt?! Need something to join my ped whippet

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It will suit your needs perfect mate If you find a good line please let me know lol you should have a nice little rabbit pack and beddy greyhound can do a bit of everything

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There's a reason how they don't get bred mate, there as soft as shit, and before you ask ave had a bit of experience with beddy crosses, two first crosses, grey/bed/whip, 3/8 bed 5/8 grey, grey/bull/bed, grey/bull/bed/whip, and trust me without a bit of bull blood there pussy's :yes:

still got your i3/8th cross brother of my dog must be 15 months now not fully developed hope mines isn't soft not showing signs of it so far but still young so not been put to much yet but my other 2 are anything but soft

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