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Anyone Working Deerhound/collie/greyhound At The Moment?

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Is anyone working this cross at the moment?

 

There have been a few threads and it seems they were a popular mix a few years back but don't seem to be so many about today.

 

So who's running them now and has anyone got any pics of theirs?

 

The sire to my brindle bitch was deer/grey X collie/grey half cross to half cross and did well on all game by all accounts...

 

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Yes I have had my deerhound collie grey with a touch of bull in there since pup this is him IMAG0295.jpg

What sort of size is he Daz? Any pics from the side?

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I like him Daz. Spot on. Thanks for sharing.

 

I didn't know you had a dog of this mix gwalchmai. He looks a strong dog. How tall is he?

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My bitches mother was this cross was some bitch ! 27tts and was a tough old girl !

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I expect someone, somewhere , still has a fancy for the fabulous Deerhound lurcher... :thumbs:

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Mines basically what u said gaz ..

Sire was half cross .. Picardy grey

Mother 5th gen deerhound grey

 

Happy with her never failed to put something on the table

 

Currently 2 weeks away from having a litter

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Been out with one the last few seasons and they are a brilliant dog Morton off here bred him.

 

He has speed and stamina aswell as brains very good pot filling dog

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Mines basically what u said gaz ..

Sire was half cross .. Picardy grey

Mother 5th gen deerhound grey

 

Happy with her never failed to put something on the table

 

Currently 2 weeks away from having a litter

Fire some pics up of your bitch mate.

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Been out with one the last few seasons and they are a brilliant dog Morton off here bred him.

 

He has speed and stamina aswell as brains very good pot filling dog

From what I've learnt they take a while to "click". But when they do not many lads say a bad word about them. Probably goes for most deerhound crosses.

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