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  1. Had one years ago but not for shooting.He worked as part of a pack we used as i would call it for open hunting.Dog would work from morning until night,could be headstrong but had massive drive. What they are like as a shooting dog im not sure but this particular dog killed birds regularly enough but i would say with the right discipline you would not go far wrong.I was sorry at the time when i got him i did not get two as i was offered a pair.Dog worked cover like a train and if there was game there rest assured it would find it. Had this dog for 14 years till his death. "Killed birds regular enough"..?????? As stated this dog was not kept for shooting but was implying in the post that though i used him as part of a pack with teagles,lurchers etc this particular dog would pull a bird out of cover hence showing he had drive for birds.Obviously the OP does not want a gundog killing but the specimen of this breeding i had would find game all day for you. It was fur i wanted him for not feather but if he put a pheasant in the pot how bad.
  2. Had one years ago but not for shooting.He worked as part of a pack we used as i would call it for open hunting.Dog would work from morning until night,could be headstrong but had massive drive. What they are like as a shooting dog im not sure but this particular dog killed birds regularly enough but i would say with the right discipline you would not go far wrong.I was sorry at the time when i got him i did not get two as i was offered a pair.Dog worked cover like a train and if there was game there rest assured it would find it. Had this dog for 14 years till his death.
  3. I rarely post here but great post and you should be commended for the work you are doing with this breed.Again a great read written by a knowledgeable hunting man.
  4. Know the areas you mentioned well.Knew there was one or two familys of that name in Blackrock but wouldn't have thought they were doggie men(i may be wrong).If i find out anything worthwhile i will let you know.
  5. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-16847079
  6. Name and shame them.You cant shame travellers my good man.They could not give a .... whether there was people in the house or not and would take dogs from a yard morning noon or night. Grew up in a part of Cork awash with them and if you think it was that easy to go into a site and take a dog back from these lads you are sadly mistaken despite a lot of the bravado typed on this site.Cross these people and your car gets burnt out,windows put in children hassled on the street etc. To the original poster, It goes without saying i hope the dog gets recovered but it is rare enough that it happens as the guards would not even enter half the sites in Ireland but i guess you know that anyway. Again hope you get your dog back but these scumbags are ramping up their thieving for Christmas.
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