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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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Nuice video willow. I can 't seem to get that bit on camera!

 

Mine only yip when they are tight behind a rabbit. You have to gauge it on the speed of the noise they make through cover.

My last terrier was the same but as you say you can usually tell there on something because of the speed and racket they make, now and again you could hear a faint whine when she was right behind one in cover... when the rabbit broke cover and ran across the field she would follow full pelt nose to the ground. atb daywalker.
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coat in winter pissing down saves them and working tight cover helps

 

size they must be able to get in there to get gear out to big they carnt get in there all the pussing they get stuck

 

colour so you can can say whats comeing out i avoid red dogs they look like foxs comeing throu :thumbs:

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coat in winter pissing down saves them and working tight cover helps

 

size they must be able to get in there to get gear out to big they carnt get in there all the pussing they get stuck

 

colour so you can can say whats comeing out i avoid red dogs they look like foxs comeing throu :thumbs:

il be honest if id had the choice again id steer clear of a chocolate dog,fecked if i know how many times i lost sight of him even in open woodland he literally melts into cover at times,end up shouting and cursing only to find he standing right behind me with that what the feck you blind twat look about him :laugh:

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coat in winter pissing down saves them and working tight cover helps

 

size they must be able to get in there to get gear out to big they carnt get in there all the pussing they get stuck

 

colour so you can can say whats comeing out i avoid red dogs they look like foxs comeing throu :thumbs:

Your'e right about some red dogs looking like fox's... the one i have now is red but she has a black nose and black running through some of her coat esp the tail and iv'e lost count the amount of time's i have mistaken her for a fox, its a good job she isn't shot over. atb daywalker.
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my dog has a great jacket ,,and needs it in sum spots ,i have had and seen bull terrier coated dogs struggle with tight low gorse,this little dog just gets his coat brushed out for him,,lol

 

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coat in winter pissing down saves them and working tight cover helps

 

size they must be able to get in there to get gear out to big they carnt get in there all the pussing they get stuck

 

colour so you can can say whats comeing out i avoid red dogs they look like foxs comeing throu :thumbs:

Your'e right about some red dogs looking like fox's... the one i have now is red but she has a black nose and black running through some of her coat esp the tail and iv'e lost count the amount of time's i have mistaken her for a fox, its a good job she isn't shot over. atb daywalker.

 

Ive worked many a red terrier at bushing,ive had lads raise guns to them,they never accompanied me again,if a gun cannot distinguish between a red terrier,often with a docked tail,or a much larger animal with a long bushy extremity,they should,nt be in charge of a dangerous weapon,accidents happen and something crashing through cover may make for a twitchy finger,thats why its imperative to educate the guns at times.The only time ive ever been confused was at distance,at such distances a shotgun never should be raised.

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