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  1. Gday Chop, I havnt been on here for a while, good to see your still getting a few
  2. Cut them 1" long when two days old.
  3. Thanks for the replies, a good bit of discussion. A lot of greyhound blokes wont do it, they will breed with another dog then breed the third litter back to the first sire. The averages say that you might get a litter of city track winners in the first mating but lucky to get a single dog to make it to the city in the repeat mating. Was just wondering if people had found it with terriers, ive never had the chance to do a repeat mating one of them hasn't lived long enough to try.
  4. Whats peoples thoughts on using the same sire twice in a row over the same bitch? I've found and seen that the second or third litter are not as good as the first, more so with running dogs than terriers.
  5. Neil I would trade you bloodlines any day of the week, we do require nice small terriers over here though with most dens being scratched out rabbit holes, you cant breed for every situation but a 5kg dog that stands 12-13" should be able to get up to Charlie 95% of the time.
  6. When a mans in the game for all the right reasons he doesn't need websites and magazines to promote himself.
  7. Plenty of gaps have been filled in to complete the pedigrees and make the pups a more saleable item, its all a crock of shit but plenty of noddys around happy to part with their coin. Theres only been one decent patt imported to Australia but unfortunately he died from a snake bite
  8. All cracking terriers dillydog, the sort we need over here in oz, nice and tight.
  9. He's a 27" stag/whip/bull, not the fastest dog going around but doesn't break either
  10. Probably my best well rounded runner so far, took 20 or so under the light over 2 nights at 2 years of age
  11. hope your address isn't on the dogs name tag
  12. A couple of sisters that don't mind a walk in the park
  13. In greyhound breeding it is often thought that useing the same sire twice in a row won't produce the same standard of pups, breed data and performance sheets back these thoughts. But obviously it's not all black and white. There is no wrong or right and everyone will always have a story to tell to back there train of thought. As for breeding from the bitch in question, go for it, keep the pups tightly held and be prepared to cull more than the bitch in 12 months time. If it works out for you then your well in front and can ease off the working pressure on the bitch and let her 12 month old pups begin to step up.
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