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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.            

Old pic I have .1980 ish 

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Some great looking dogs on here. Does anyone work or own a cocker x beddy. I imagine they would like a bit a cockerpoo but with a stronger body and a better work manner. I’ve got a cockerpoo which I take out and she’s pretty handy. She is bred from a working cocker, but the sire is just a show poodle. She’s a great pet as she dosnt malt and she is very obedient. Walks without a lead, retrieves etc. 

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On 21/10/2019 at 22:00, C.green said:

Id have another one in a second but id like 3/4 patt 1/4 cocker for what i do. Steadiness off a terrier but hopefully keep the obediance n bit of retrieve of the cocker

Same here mate. I have a Cocker/terrier. If I decide to put him to stud it will be to a bushing terrier. He’s a decent enough dog and he suits me. A few off here have seen him work. 







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On ‎29‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 16:11, Foxpack 2 said:

Some of the sealyhams I bred years ago 



A very nice photograph of a cracking stamp of terriers. The dog on the extreme left in particular. Hound ears, linty coat, crooked legs and a strong jaw. Ugly I suppose by present standards, no, not ugly. Full of character and fit for purpose. I find it a little ironic that this type lost favour but Teckles, a physically very similar type seems to be gaining popularity. Not sure what the German dog can do that the working Sealyham could not. Maybe availability, a Catch 22 situation, not much working Sealyham blood around so they are not being worked, not being worked and so the blood available becomes less as the years pass. Anyway, thank you for sharing the photograph.

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