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FUJI

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  1. Yeah that's the same dog bud
  2. Thanks folk's,sorry I have no more 'likes' available today but rest assured I appreciate all your kind words ..Young Lucky on the beach this morning
  3. Couple of pics of my son's two lurchers this morning when I had them out,the older one is Roxy (dam to my two Bear & Rose) she's a 5/8 Grey x 3/8 Bull the younger animal is Lucky,she's just a pup again out of Roxy,she was the sole puppy in the litter,her sire is a dog called Thor & he like Roxy being a 5/8 Grey 3/8 Bull so obviously that's what Lucky is too.. Lucky will be starting her working life just now,she's been very immature but in the past fortnight the change in her has to be seen to be believed,the switch is firmly on now & she will 100% do all & everything put in fro
  4. Yeah,I'm up there all the time bud,just back a few days ago from my most recent trip
  5. On another note here,cold pressed dog food,anyone feed it? How are you finding it? Pro's & Con's? .. online reviews seem very positive but I'd be interested to hear about how working dog's fare on it..cheers in advance folk's..thankyou
  6. Yeah I agree matey,in the dead of winter when the dog's are hard at it,the weather is harsh I think the High Maintenance food is top class,yes it's 32% Protein & 20% fat I think but the dog's hold their condition well,they recover from their exertions quickly & the dog's love it..I think it's very good for the money & it's made entirely in the UK which is better still ..the Racer is cracking scran too,I must admit I do like the Alpha range of dog food
  7. I do run rough ground in the main mate but unbelievably both dog's suffered their breaks on ground far from rough,you couldn't make it up because some of the ground I work them on is bordering on suicidal then when you think it'll be a relatively easy & a safe day's hunting the worst case scenarios happen..you just never know the minute mate,a guy told me over 40 year's ago that every slip you give the dog can be it's last & he ain't wrong I do know that much
  8. Safe running matey,have a great season & I hope you make plenty of memories with your runner's
  9. This is Bear..even after having a broken neck he's still capable of doing almost everything he could before his accident..it's just the smaller ground game he isn't as nimble at picking up as he was prior to breaking his neck but he can still run ok,jumping etc is all good too ..he's a beautiful dog in all aspects,never seen a dog with such a lovely temperament as him,not a bit of aggression in the dog but in the field he'd take on a lion & the rest of the pride too all at the same time I know nigh on every lurcherman wouldn't own him as he is after such an injury & being honest back
  10. Yeah,all as good thing's can be I guess just now Jack,hope everything is ok with you fella?
  11. This is Rose & the break she suffered earlier this year..
  12. I still have a team of lurchers (cripples & pensioner's) just! I'm down to the 4 lurchers now,old Don is still here with me,he will be 14 on his next birthday,Boots will be 10 year's old come the 1st October & I have his two pup's as I call them although they will be 4 year's old next week on the 9th September,Bear broke his neck a long while back now & unbelievably he fractured another bone in his neck back in February whilst out working,he must be one of very few dog's that's broken his neck twice & is still alive,he's ok again now,not great but just ok,his sister Rose snappe
  13. Just back from a wee trip over the border into Scotland ..takes some beating in my opinion
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