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  1. Loving this thread and all pics. Seems the glen and Kerry wasn’t trialed all that much. Mainly a wheaten and bull show .
  2. Coyotes look bigger then they really are. There isn’t much under all that fur. With that said, it would take a big terrier (wheaten, glen etc) to deal with one. The real issues with coyotes here is that they are usually not alone.
  3. Initially drawn to them by their looks. Love that low slung, powerful look. Then started researching the breed and the “iron fist in a velvet glove” temperament was very appealing to me. I’ve had bulldogs and terriers that ran pretty hot all the time. Not my cup of tea anymore. To each their own.
  4. Finally got me a glen after all these years. I’ve had him for a couple months now. He is 5 months old. He comes from a kennel here in the states. He’s a pet first, worker second. So no hardcore expectations on my part. So far couldn’t be happier with this little guy. He has more fire in his belly thus far then pups I’ve had in the past from working kennels. Time will tell. Most important he fits in great with my 6 year old son. Biggest issue is he’s wanting to kill my wife’s cats already. We going to see how good a trainer I am if I’m able to break him from the family cats but still have him as a game getter. Wish me Luck.
  5. I have a soft spot for scotties. Enjoy seeing historical pics of them. Doubt they were much of a working dog though
  6. Damn where is all this American hate coming from. The dudes a dick plain and simple. Don’t give him the time of day. Wouldn’t matter if he was American, Canadian, or Irish.
  7. Well this American hopes your boys catch this piece of shit out and about and serve justice that your justice system clearly won’t. Scumbags!
  8. What a shame. I’m surprised the glen doesn’t have a bigger following. A game working terrier that is a little more biddable then his terrier cousins.
  9. That seems to be the case. I’ll find a few guys here and there that keep bulldogs and other terriers etc that will have one or two Glens that work as well. When I start asking questions I get stonewalled. Can’t blame them. If the line isn’t there, it isn’t there.
  10. Thanks for the pic. Good looking glen. Is it safe to say that there’s not actually a working line of glen but instead people trying out glens here and there and they end up working?
  11. I can get on board with that. Probably some other stuff thrown in the pot as well.
  12. I’m sure those pups will swing a heavy stick
  13. A working glen thread would be interesting and fun for sure. I tried to find a Glen 10 to 15 years ago but my career got in the way. And being across the pond doesn’t help. Great looking pup Tiger. What’s his makeup?
  14. Thanks all. Had bulldogs and hunting terriers many years ago. Time for another one. Wanting to try something different and the glen has always caught my eye. Just seeing if there any old school Glens still out there Enjoy
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