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  1. miles

    Razor Pics ?

    The big fella in action
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    Razor Pics ?

    With his litter sisters at 6months old.
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    Splodge X Fettle Bitch

    Absolute bollocks
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    Romeo X Mia Youngster...

    Saw. Mia have her first runs and watched her run all her career, top notch Bred a few out of Romeo as well, some of em turned out above average, so should be plenty to look forward to saluki Fugi
  5. miles

    DOG,S BRED FROM A,SANKEY,S STUFF

    Looking well DHLM hie is Dancer both sides via Kim ( Smokey x Dancer)
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    Saluki X Pup

    Very nice and very well bred indeed. Wilkie was Ace x Bruce Woodcocks black and tan bitch" Zara " though.
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    Nicest Lurcher On Thl?

    Another
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    Nicest Lurcher On Thl?

    I nominate Trenchfoot as the ugliest dogs with the uglies owner. Cheif looking spot on as always Jim. His mother
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    Wilburs Star

    She was lined twice to Bert (Cruiser x pip) Dave Smiths Miles was in the first litter, best dog I personally ever saw.
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    Wilburs Star

    Stars sisiter Nelly. Put to Vance P's "Ash" produced Khan. Seen here in the arms of his breeder. Saw them have there first ever slip on March Fen at 11 months.
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    Razor And Son

    Lol apparently so............
  12. miles

    Razor And Son

    Sounds some dog this Razor!
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    Buddy Pup

    Doesn't seem two minuets since he was being hand reared ! Stunning dog Lewis !
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    Stamina

    Yep, no worries, thats what sites are for, discussion. As I stated and agreed a dog that has been bred and selected for endurance will have a larger CV system than one that has been selected for sprinting. But whatever the size it will increase with regular, progressive exercise. It will, of course decrease with lack of exercise(it takes approximately three weeks to show any adaptation and three days of rest to start loosing it)
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