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About ghostie

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    Born Hunter
  • Birthday 19/10/1992

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  • Location
    Suffolk
  • Interests
    Horses and dogs! Own a Saluki X Lurcher pup.

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  1. ghostie

    It’s all ways the good uns

    So sorry to hear. RIP
  2. ghostie

    My pup 1st lamped rabbit 6 & 3/4 months old

    Best of luck with him.
  3. ghostie

    My pup 1st lamped rabbit 6 & 3/4 months old

    He’s lovely, what’s his breeding?
  4. ghostie

    40 odd years ends today

    Sorry for loss of your dog. Lots of happy memories I’m sure
  5. ghostie

    Next seasons hopeful

    She is a lovely looking pup- I really like her markings! All the best with her.
  6. ghostie

    Collie/Bull/Grey dogs

    I like this answer. To me there is no rush or pressure, just want to give a dog a home and make it (and us)happy. If it catches some rabbits and I can learn and have fun working it it’s a bonus. Thanks for all replies and advice.
  7. ghostie

    Collie/Bull/Grey dogs

    My Saluki Lurcher grew up with two cats, he was great living with them got to nine months old and turned on them both! One ran away from home,the other now lives in the barn! Some Lurchers are happy living in the house with a cat, it’s jusy when they see one run outside it’s the problem Again I guess it’s a case of the younger the pup is the better it would hopefully be with the cat.
  8. ghostie

    Collie/Bull/Grey dogs

    If I bring him home will put pics up for sure. Thanks
  9. ghostie

    Collie/Bull/Grey dogs

    That’s it, I have a young daughter so a friendly dog who can live peacefully with us in the house is a must. If I put plenty of time into all round obedience and bonding with dog surely running the lamp/working can wait til next season? Or no?
  10. ghostie

    Collie/Bull/Grey dogs

    Thank you for that totally get what you’re saying. Pup will be in it’s teenage years and having to get used to another home and way of life. I just hope it’s not a complete reprobate and that’s why they want rid. My saluki was an easy puppy in many ways; calm in house, never chewed, could be left alone for couple hours but he had his moments being a bit ignorant out and about! Will be sure to ask for advice and show pics if I do get him yes.
  11. Hello all, Going to see a pup this week of this breeding so would like to hear from anyone that knows one or has one. Any ideas on temperament and trainability etc? I know every dog is an individual just be interesting to hear. I have only trained a Saluki Lurcher with no collie or bull in it. Pup in question is 7 months old (dog) and has already caught a couple of rabbits apparently. If I do get him first and foremost I want him to be a family companion and not eat the cat But would like to work him, slowly and steadily I am in no rush so will make sure we have a bond and all the basics are spot on first! Would be great for any one to get back to me, thanks.
  12. ghostie

    Saluki Wheaten grey

    Saluki x Wheaton/Whippet/Grey.25 in TTS. 6 yrs old now. I was training him as a pup but had to leave home and he’s a much loved pet now but does take himself off and catch bunnies on home turf.
  13. Saluki X Wheaten/Whippet/Wheaten/Grey Think he's 25 in.
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