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rabbitpoacher

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  1. I think it doesn't matter wether u lamp or daytime or whatever else to catch big ears as long as you eat them not throw them in the edge what a waste beautiful meat
  2. I've had a couple of whippets mate if you keep putting her on them at 14 month old shell 100 percent start opening up is leave the big ones until at least 2 yrs old atb
  3. because it's full of nutrients so won't hurt it anyway and keeps the worms under control
  4. What I use is diatamacous earth think that's how it's spelt get the food source one rub it in its coat everywhere it's like razor blades to any fleas mites or any insects cures everything even you can give it as diet table spoon a day in there food kills worms
  5. I've got the tracer 120 don't like it tbh lights half the field up how's the beam on the 150 with the battery on the top thanks
  6. Is that gatekeeper 120 the same as the tracer one and how's the spot on the 150 with the 1000 meter beam is it tight spot or spread a bit thanks
  7. How is yours for injuries mate? I have heard a lot say they are very accident prone suffer with their feet etc. mine has been good so far only had the odd knock nothing major quiet tough to be honest, i suppose they are all different though.mines ok never had any problems yet though he's still a pup about 12 or 13 month old but hes tough as old boots very sensible controls his speed rather than hit in to everything I'm over the moon with him tbh sounds like mine then this is mines first season as well i think they are a good little cross for the bunnies.how tall Is yours mate tbh i wouldnt have any other breed now it's like using a bowsaw for tree felling when u can use a chainsaw lol I'm hooked anyway haha I know what you mean mate mine lives in doors the only fault i can say really if you can call it a fault is she was a bit of a nightmare for chewing but that's stopped now,shes spot on walks by your side like your shadow.Work wise I think she is going to turn out good well im hoping anyway , the rabbits around my area are not easy to catch the dogs got to work hard to get them she's doing well I think, learning quickly.Mine is 23 inches to the shoulder how tall is yours? nice dog mate mimes about 22tts rabbits are scarce round here so you don't get many runs but hes catching more or less everything he runs about time my dogs are usually useless lol Nice size mate , sounds like my area then they are a bit thin on the ground here as well.Sounds like yours is doing you proud keep us posted in her progress.ATB I will mate I'd like to put a photo up but ive tryied loads of times I'm useless on this phone lol
  8. How is yours for injuries mate? I have heard a lot say they are very accident prone suffer with their feet etc. mine has been good so far only had the odd knock nothing major quiet tough to be honest, i suppose they are all different though.mines ok never had any problems yet though he's still a pup about 12 or 13 month old but hes tough as old boots very sensible controls his speed rather than hit in to everything I'm over the moon with him tbh sounds like mine then this is mines first season as well i think they are a good little cross for the bunnies.how tall Is yours mate tbh i wouldnt have any other breed now it's like using a bowsaw for tree felling when u can use a chainsaw lol I'm hooked anyway haha I know what you mean mate mine lives in doors the only fault i can say really if you can call it a fault is she was a bit of a nightmare for chewing but that's stopped now,shes spot on walks by your side like your shadow.Work wise I think she is going to turn out good well im hoping anyway , the rabbits around my area are not easy to catch the dogs got to work hard to get them she's doing well I think, learning quickly.Mine is 23 inches to the shoulder how tall is yours? nice dog mate mimes about 22tts rabbits are scarce round here so you don't get many runs but hes catching more or less everything he runs about time my dogs are usually useless lol
  9. How is yours for injuries mate? I have heard a lot say they are very accident prone suffer with their feet etc. mine has been good so far only had the odd knock nothing major quiet tough to be honest, i suppose they are all different though.mines ok never had any problems yet though he's still a pup about 12 or 13 month old but hes tough as old boots very sensible controls his speed rather than hit in to everything I'm over the moon with him tbh sounds like mine then this is mines first season as well i think they are a good little cross for the bunnies.how tall Is yours mate tbh i wouldnt have any other breed now it's like using a bowsaw for tree felling when u can use a chainsaw lol I'm hooked anyway
  10. How is yours for injuries mate? I have heard a lot say they are very accident prone suffer with their feet etc. mine has been good so far only had the odd knock nothing major quiet tough to be honest, i suppose they are all different though.mines ok never had any problems yet though he's still a pup about 12 or 13 month old but hes tough as old boots very sensible controls his speed rather than hit in to everything I'm over the moon with him tbh
  11. I have 1 here doing great for me very good catch rate very clever to as said on another thread thinking of getting me a greyhound pup to run on and eventually putting him to her for 3/4 breeds
  12. I got a whippet greyhound pup couldn't wish for better tbh nothing wrong with feet so far hes about 22tts about 13 month old controls his speed well on the lamp and catches loads in cover on the lamp very fast when he needs good strike and brings back alive to hand wouldn't have any other breed now I'm getting a greyhound pup soon to bring on as a lurcher and hopefully if shes ok i want to eventually breed me a 3/4 greyhound 1/4 whippet plan for a few year time lol
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