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Any German Wirehaired Pointer Lurchers

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I THERE making some enquires to see if theres any german wirehaired pointer cross greyhound litters out there or anybody breeding a litter or keeping this cross could they please get in touch has I have recently lost my wirehaired cross and would like to here off anybody else who keeps these lurchers thanks for looking BOLTY.

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I seen 2 first cross GWP x lurchers from the same litter and I wouldnt rate the cross. They were both dog fighters, highly strung f*ckers. Lacked the pace for most daytime stuff also.

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HAD a first cross dog for six years never caused a fight ever seen dogs snapping at him and just turned his head but when he needed to he would do his job most bidable dog you could ever want at about 26 in not the most agile dog but to hunt the hill and mark and find any where would take a bit of beating but wouldnt be every bodies cup of tea but has they say horses for courses .

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Hi pal I have a pointer x she more smooth haired pal her brothers and sisters were more wire haired she's spot on for me a good x I think very bidable and definitely not a dog fighter

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My Nephew got a GWP Dog hes got stamina to spare runs him 20 plus miles regular behind a push bike

 

Sorry to hear you lost your dog mate he was a nice type..

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My Nephew got a GWP Dog hes got stamina to spare runs him 20 plus miles regular behind a push bike

 

Sorry to hear you lost your dog mate he was a nice type..

THANKS dai thats what he lacked in the end he run his self out

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A handy cross. Seen a 3/4 grey 1/4 pointer work. Very game dog, was very steady too.

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HE WAS a first cross but you wouldnt think it at 26 to 27 realy racey dog and would work in the beating line or go on the hill and cast the whole mountain looking for a fox but when he sented bambi there was no stopping him and when out with the terriers he would sit and wait the other side of the hedge or down in the wood incase something bolted or till you needed him he will be hard to replace .

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Tell us a bit about that dog of yours four track, this cross is something that's interesting me, I'm doing a fair bit of shooting lately so rather than get a gun dog something that could be dual purpose sounds good

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Tell us a bit about that dog of yours four track, this cross is something that's interesting me, I'm doing a fair bit of shooting lately so rather than get a gun dog something that could be dual purpose sounds good

Its not my dog its pointers dog off here, we use the pointers 3 or 4 times a week on my land, he has pointer x lurcher and 2 pure pointers, very versatile dogs, we can lamp with them, use them with hawks and ferrets and daytime, proper pot fillers and he is talking about breeding a litter of lurcher x pointers in the next year or two

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