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Any German Wirehaired Pointer Lurchers

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A guy I hunt the hill with occasionally has a first cross, great temprement,strong boned, big solid dog endless stamina good jacket on him not the quickest lurcher in the world but by fuked he covers some ground just about perfect if hunting the hills your thing

He might be same person I'm on about mate ! Got besdybullgreys aswell?

 

Has he went to a collie/grey?

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i will try and get some sorted i am not the best at doing it .

You got some pups there now?

I bought my first lurcher off you few years ago bullx call koi with my uncle Rooky

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yes bud i remember the big brindle dog . i have got pups they are german wirehaired pointer x greyhound x 5/8 greyhound 3/8 collie they are a month old now .

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i am haveing trouble writeing anything it seems to be getting removed for some reason please could one of the moderaters let me know whats happening .

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It might be advertising without being a donator . Sounds a decent cross, what did you go for collie for? Was it just a dog doing the job you wanted? All the best with pups, should suit the hills,

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i hope this has sorted it has my membership being updated to a donater i apolgise for this .

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the reason i went for a collie cross i thought long and hard before useing the cross i didnt want to put to many crosses in to the mix with the bitch i have used his a first cross wirehaired x greyhound and a well bred bitch which will do her job single handed so my options and what i wanted from the cross was a level headed dog that could be trusted when hunting out of my site first and for most so i did not want any bull in the make up so my other option salukie not for me theres some very good dogs out there but i like a dog with brain . so they have been bred mainly for mooching dogs for fox and rabbits they will take deer has well because these pointers do like them not that i am in to that so my choice was a 5/8 greyhound 3/8 collie dog 25 inch hes a lovely laid back temprement type of a dog that will do his job and no fuss so i think the cross will go well for what i want and hopefully others who have them there pups are lovely long bodied pups and look like they will have plenty of paice about them and good weather proof jackets so we will wait and see its something diffrent .

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I know what dog you used he was used on another bitch and they making lovely pups !!

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wales 1234 i know that thats one of the reasons i used him i done some home work first .

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You having one ow? Atb dc

I'm struggling not mate il be honest suit me down to the ground and plenty work here for it to do
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the reason i went for a collie cross i thought long and hard before useing the cross i didnt want to put to many crosses in to the mix with the bitch i have used his a first cross wirehaired x greyhound and a well bred bitch which will do her job single handed so my options and what i wanted from the cross was a level headed dog that could be trusted when hunting out of my site first and for most so i did not want any bull in the make up so my other option salukie not for me theres some very good dogs out there but i like a dog with brain . so they have been bred mainly for mooching dogs for fox and rabbits they will take deer has well because these pointers do like them not that i am in to that so my choice was a 5/8 greyhound 3/8 collie dog 25 inch hes a lovely laid back temprement type of a dog that will do his job and no fuss so i think the cross will go well for what i want and hopefully others who have them there pups are lovely long bodied pups and look like they will have plenty of paice about them and good weather proof jackets so we will wait and see its something diffrent .

I thought the dog was a half cross collie greyhound I could be wrong

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mother to the dog three qaurter greyhound qaurter collie father to him half greyhound half collie .

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