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A brother sister mating from which a bitch was again put back to the sire produced this dog. Like the rest of the litter he is bursting with health and vitality and hes slightly bigger than both of hi

What if it doesn't need improving? What if you have everything you want and need in your animals.  I heard a well respected terrierman say if you take a pint of milk and add a spoonful of shite w

my old bitch bred like that she thrived on lots of stick n the stronger the hares the better for her. 

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3 hours ago, Deerhunter1 said:

Got to disagree mate top 3 dogs I’ve seen in my life been bred from unrelated parents, my current bitch she’s bred from unrelated stuff and I’ve never seen a line bred dog that could match her for all round work, that’s just my opinion like doesn’t mean to say I’m right in all cases it’s just what I’ve seen myself and I’ve seen a fair amount of dogs run

Id probably agree with you regarding lurchers but when it comes to terriers I've never dug to a scatter bred that would put a patch on the line bred or inbred stuff. 

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2 hours ago, mC HULL said:

id never go back to full greyhound mate i have but you loose everything you had just about 

Did you ever see or hear of a proper pit x saluki breeding being done, I know there's coursing bulls but I'm sure it would of been lurcher to lurcher that produced them. 

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4 minutes ago, dogmandont said:

Did you ever see or hear of a proper pit x saluki breeding being done, I know there's coursing bulls but I'm sure it would of been lurcher to lurcher that produced them. 

Was saluki/bulls on here an about years back, they weren’t as good as coursing dog x bull grey as far as I know, don’t know what dogs where used or that tho, jist remember th being about, lad that stayed by me had a bitch out a litter

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1 minute ago, W. Katchum said:

Was saluki/bulls on here an about years back, they weren’t as good as coursing dog x bull grey as far as I know, don’t know what dogs where used or that tho, jist remember th being about, lad that stayed by me had a bitch out a litter

I thought I read something about the cross on here but wasn't sure Don. 

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43 minutes ago, dogmandont said:

Did you ever see or hear of a proper pit x saluki breeding being done, I know there's coursing bulls but I'm sure it would of been lurcher to lurcher that produced them. 

no mate coursing dog x bull grey mainly

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10 minutes ago, Tick Tock said:

How many lads actually linebreed those types though, it's probably just a one off cross that gets lost in the mix when they cross it in to something else.

Individuals of that cross make good deer dogs and are some of the best looking lurchers you can find IMO.

Individuals of many crosses make good deer dogs, but it depends what you think makes a good deer dog really don’t it? Everyone’s got different ideas there’s a lot of variety in deer

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3 minutes ago, Tick Tock said:

No shit mate, I'm talking about the dogs that run the bigger gear, if you drop on the right dog you'll end up with a specimen that has more in the tank than half cross or 3/4 bull greyhounds, that extra bit of stamina is a net gain if nothing else.

If we’re going to talk about bigger deer I can see this topic getting silly real quick

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On 28/02/2012 at 23:18, jcm said:

Exactly its just daft [bANNED TEXT] you can use other dogs that would suit what you are after

I like having linebred and inbred dogs because IMO you get a higher % of good hunting dogs, and they have the same ways about them which makes it easy with training and living with them.

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5 hours ago, Bosun11 said:

If you've got any related dog or bitch, that are exactly what you require and there's nothing else out there that would suit, then you'd be a bloody fool not to put them together...

You can worry about imperfections later down the line. Some of the best dogs I've seen have been bred like this...

I suspect your talking about bull terrier lurchers which let's be honest are in a different class 

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1 hour ago, Black neck said:

I suspect your talking about bull terrier lurchers which let's be honest are in a different class 

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