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The shireman

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About The shireman

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  • Birthday 01/10/1989

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  1. Looks a well balanced animal, plenty of bone a good thick coat, decent feet, reckon your onto a winner there. Atb
  2. Caught the back end of last season, but her working life is properly underway now.
  3. My small lurcher bitch is enough, very protective, let’s me know if anyone’s about love to see, what she’d do if someone come in the yard uninvited, any takers?
  4. Like has been said they do it out of frustration or excitement, mine does it first couple of runs out of excitement she has got the mental age of a pup at 3 though, soon as shes picked one up though she settles in. And doesn’t make a sound.
  5. Free lined with a pop up mate, Suface fishing. She won’t go anywhere near fishing stuff nowadays.
  6. Free lined with a pop up mate, Suface fishing. She won’t go anywhere near fishing stuff nowadays.
  7. My bitch swallowed a hair rigged boilie, couldn’t get the thing out for the life of me. Was worried it was lodged in, So cut the line with a decent length, took her in, and they suggested they should remove it surgically, so me with the best interests of the bitch in mind agreed, only to get a phone call 3 hours later to say the operation was a failure, as when they went in, it went back up into her oesophagus, but not to worry because she should pass it with ease, “why not say that in the first place”? but it will be £500 for my trouble, but don’t worry we will X-ray her for free in a couple
  8. In my experience I’d say it’s all very Circumstantial, ie what ground your working over, if it’s healed well, I know of a mates black bitch that completely snapped her two front legs and she’s turned out to be one of the best allrounders ive ever seen she picks up on shoots, ferrets, run all night on the lamp, the list goes on, I say Take it slow through spring and summer, and starting building her up really slowly at the end of August for the season ahead, and who knows? Hope this helps and it all works out.
  9. Couldn’t have said it better mate, seen brilliant whippety dogs run on rabbits and also good bull crosses match them, but a small rabbiting dog won’t get stuck in to the big gear all night like the bull crosses will, not saying they won’t, and pre ban I’ve seen Bedo whippets get stuck into some right gear, but I’ve also seen em doubled up with a big bull cross swinging a big dog fox round with the Bedo/whippet attached , rabbit dog, in my eyes is dog that’s capable of the job in hand .
  10. My young bitches first proper season, and she’s doing ok, steadying our nice over a warren, and the penny has finally dropped lamping after much despair . Her dam was: saluki collie grey... and sire: a good grew (whippet greyhound)
  11. i Just use the camera mate no settings or anything .
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