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  1. Lurchers and terriers were also among the breeds seized,
  2. Dog theft investigation: Police seize 27 dogs in Essex WWW.BBC.CO.UK Three people are arrested as officers find spaniels, a French bulldog and a rottweiler.
  3. aye, I probably have it wrong, he did say it the dog was mainly saluki with a bit of greyhound, I don't know the breeding. he did say the dog is about 9 year old and a really good dog in the field,
  4. thats what i was thinking, could end up racy a alsatian
  5. Window cleaner has an Alsatian bitch (protection stuff), he keeps it round his place for guarding, excellent with children very protective, anyhow his Saluki lurcher dog (7/8 sal 1/8 grey) stuffed her (accidental breeding), 6 pups, offered me one but unfortunately I don’t have the time for it. The sire he tells me is out of the Red dog Saluki.
  6. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-42594068
  7. Depends on the cat I assume, never had a problem with mine.
  8. Yes Neil there was a strain of Lakeland brought to Newry I believe in from Dundalk, a few of us had them, they were known to throw the occasional chocolate one. The grandfather of the one I had was chocolate, one bark if even, near mute and any fox was dead if you didn't get in quick enough. Mine wasn't a fox killer but he worked them tight, grips on most. Not sure of the blue, but they were hell of strain, gone now I believe.
  9. Tandragee was great, one of the earlier shows in the year, memories of that show that stick out for me was the strong dog class and the lurcher jumping, I remember a chocolate/ liver collie xthe heights he was scaling was unreal. A pile of us headed up from Newry, had a great day out, then back home to the pub for far too much drink, good craic tho,
  10. As there has been a few discussions about the Tandagree show, I won working Lakeland and overall working terrier with that dog above - not sure, Neil but you might have been judging, was about mid 90's
  11. My first Lakeland a while ago now, some fox dog, never had or witnessed better,
  12. Seen 3 wheaten crosses in the field, first was, 3/4 wheaten 1/4 staff x Russell, very good dog worked till he was about 13 years old, second was a son out the first put to a straight half Russell/ Lakeland, only seen this dog and a few digs, didn't impress, third was a Wheaten / Russell bitch, straight half I believe and was small, pts 2nd season too much abuse, seen a straight half wheaten / patterdale in the yard looked like he seen a bit, too big for my liking,
  13. When I first started out in the game a fair few years ago, I was at a mates kennels, he was an ex club man, kept a few terriers, lurchers etc I was there to buy a ferret, his lurchers & terriers were housed in block pens outside the pen was a dog box, when I walked in2 the yard a Wheaton (it was a 3/4 Wheaton 1/4 staff, but threw well to the Wheaton) walked out of the box, he was on a chain, didn't growl, bark or anything like that and the chain was loose, I remember the dog was just staring, my mate just said calmly "dont get too close to him" just knew rightly that dog knew the length of
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