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peterbirdman1

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About peterbirdman1

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    Mega Hunter
  • Birthday 05/06/1962

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    chloenewsome_10@hotmail.com

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    Lincolnshire
  1. The dog that suits the man and the land he intends to hunt
  2. Very nice bitch mate. Cracking dogs to work with hawks. I do like the light eyes on her
  3. A few pic's of the pointers. The dog is 10 years old and the bitch is 6 years old. Took a few pic's on today's walk
  4. Yes mate they have had it bad. Let's hope they recover
  5. It is lamping season mate but a lot of these about around me
  6. Looks a nice strong dog with good length of back. Very good
  7. Yes mate impressive they are. Their ability work a verity of quarry and work it well. truly inspiring
  8. Know what you mean about ratting mate. They will go through anything to get to them. As for digging like you said they are like jcb's. Both mine will also break through tree roots regardless of the thickness. Using their teeth
  9. Looks like the pups got plenty of engine room mate. Belter
  10. Very well put tiercel. One thing I have gained through breeding and using my own pointers was that I could bring them on as I wanted to. When on the beating line or out with the Hawks they will hold point for as long as needed. But when out with the lurchers they need to but will flush and chase when needed. If out with ferrets they will mark better then most they will hold rabbits in the net but they seem to know when one bolts and their is no net they will secure it. They seem to no the difference between rabbits and rats from must game and very rarely point they just go straight in. Joe should be the same with any Lurcher breeding. The big problem is people see pound notes mate
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