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Fox only legal for the protection of game birds.

 

Your confusing with terrierwork mate, as you can use up to two dogs to bush/flush/hunt fox legally to the gun or bird of prey, in England and Wales. Theres no limit on the number of dogs used in Scotland. Also accidents can happen when your bushing rabbits, or hunting cover, or exercising, or training etc.

 

Using terriers to ground is only for protection of game birds in England/Wales, but in Scotland you can protect any livestock! Still, the aim is bolting to the gun. A dig is just to rescue the terrier!!

 

Good hunting

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couple more of ours     first pic sire and dam in middle with 2 pups either side second pic mother middle pups either side

fell/russell/beagle/bull... . are some folk trying to reinvent the wheel.            

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Dogs used for flushing fox to the gun might catch before he makes it to the gun. Your intention was to shoot the fox first, so your within the law as you did everything you could.

 

If your hunting rabbits and the a fox is put up and pursued, and heaven forbid, killed by the dogs, its a pure accident obviously, thats the nature of nature... we cant possibly know whats in every patch of cover can we. But we should do all in our power to avoid such things happening, and set off with the best intentions to carry out a safe hunt within the law. It really helps if you know the law though!

 

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The gun can be replaced by a bird of prey. Ive never seen anyone flushing foxes with dogs towards a sparrow hawk, but its legal Im sure.

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There is nothing better for catching bolters in woods, they accelerate fast and if the run is between trees the whippet is agile enough to cope, I have two whippets I run with one terrier, he's a busy boy when out and all have a good nose, it's just down to me to put them the right side of the hedge or wood for wind direction and let them do what comes natural for each breed.

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Is it me or is it the law to take the dogs out when the snow is on the ground? Today I have seen pheasant, rabbit, hare, rabbit, fox, roe, snipe and woodcock, a bit more than I expected to see.

 

Took the camera instead of relying on the phone today, still only pups, the farmer thinks I am catching rabbits, really I'm just having a wander and letting the dogs learn :D

 

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I love this bit of land :thumbs:

 

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Is it me or is it the law to take the dogs out when the snow is on the ground? Today I have seen pheasant, rabbit, hare, rabbit, fox, roe, snipe and woodcock, a bit more than I expected to see.

 

Took the camera instead of relying on the phone today, still only pups, the farmer thinks I am catching rabbits, really I'm just having a wander and letting the dogs learn :D

 

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I love this bit of land :thumbs:

 

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IMG_1097_zps42f121bb.jpgIts funny how it doesn't mater how much dirt you have you always have a favourite place to mooch on

 

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