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Haha mature...

"Too thick to own a collie cross"

"Every lurcher should have abit of collie in it"

"My collie cross takes anything and everything"

Ahh it's so cute all you collie greyhound lovers genuinely believe you have the best dogs in history haha my first dog was a collie cross very fast bitch catching rabbits with ease on the lamp at 10 months old she was a natural, she was also good on fox (pre ban) but you won't see me sitting here saying she was 100% single handed and totally silent on EVERYTHING that bites back nor will I say she was strong enough to pull 3 red hinds single handed in one day like bull crosses Iv owned and bred, your all deluded it's quite clear.

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A very good dog, I've a bitch out of him here.  

It really amuses me, people who spout about collie crosses without ever owning one. Most crosses will, if entered correctly, do most jobs. I honestly think that some do not like the collie cross becau

Here he is max. Farther to totes pup

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Call me what you want to mate but they are not good dogs, if you want a dog that's gunna take well to rabbits on the lamp and the odd fare enough get a collie cross but expect it to be knocked up for most of the winter months, do not have high hopes of it taking anything that bites back, if that's the kind of dog you think would suit your needs then by all mean give David a ring I'm sure he has pups available 24 hours of the day every day of the year haha

I can only speak as I find ,max is seven and still takes everything and anything.

You have a collie cross that's single handed on everything and anything, sorry I'm not buying it, not calling you a liar just don't believe it has been truly tested...

That's exactly what your calling me. And I'm not selling it. This dog has been tried and tested For 5 years and never ever come up wanting. It's a bit of an insult to imply Ive done my dog up to something he's not. Drop me a line your more than welcome to see for your self.
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I know a collie grey in Scotland that shys away from nothing and he's more collie than grey !!

Just because you haven't seen it doesn't mean it doesn't happen !

I only believe what I see ! Seen a 3 legged dog work this weekend eye opener

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It's pointless arguing with this guy. Who cares whether he likes collie crosses or not?? He isn't going to change his mind and only want's you all to argue anyway. He cricises a dog for showing pain when it's lame FFS.

I don't criticise a dog for showing pain when it's laim I criticise a dog for sulking for 3 weeks because it's stumped it's toe! Me and FCC have arranged privately for him to come down with his lurcher so he can prove me wrong that this collie greyhound really is 100% single handed on ANYTHING, he's already confessed the dog isn't silent on everything it tackles so I can only imagine what it will do when he brings it down here for a real test haha, best of luck and I hope he proves me wrong

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I know a collie grey in Scotland that shys away from nothing and he's more collie than grey !!

Just because you haven't seen it doesn't mean it doesn't happen !

I only believe what I see ! Seen a 3 legged dog work this weekend eye opener

Totally agree and to be fair the lad has invited me out so he can do just that.
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I know a collie grey in Scotland that shys away from nothing and he's more collie than grey !!

Just because you haven't seen it doesn't mean it doesn't happen !

I only believe what I see ! Seen a 3 legged dog work this weekend eye opener

Totally agree and to be fair the lad has invited me out so he can do just that.
Can't be fairer than that show him what the dogs got ! Nothing to hid then good luck
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It's all banter mate I think youv gathered by now I'm not a fan of collie crosses but like I said to you if you have a collie cross as game and hard as a good bull cross it's worth it's weight in gold, look forward to our meet

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It's all banter mate I think youv gathered by now I'm not a fan of collie crosses but like I said to you if you have a collie cross as game and hard as a good bull cross it's worth it's weight in gold, look forward to our meet

Personally I very much doubt he's going to be as game and hard as a good bull cross but if he's as game and hard as a good collie cross then IMO he's a dog well worth owning and worth breeding from (which after all is what this thread was ment to be about). Keep us informed anyway.

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It's all banter mate I think youv gathered by now I'm not a fan of collie crosses but like I said to you if you have a collie cross as game and hard as a good bull cross it's worth it's weight in gold, look forward to our meet

 

Personally I very much doubt he's going to be as game and hard as a good bull cross but if he's as game and hard as a good collie cross then IMO he's a dog well worth owning and worth breeding from (which after all is what this thread was ment to be about). Keep us informed anyway.

So your basically saying exactly what Iv said I'm not disputing the dogs a good collie cross but what I am saying I don't believe the dog will stand and take the amount of stick a good bull cross can, my mates collie cross makes the bull crosses iv had look stupid on rabbits and long ears but on anything bigger and harder it's not in the same league so I'm not saying there all bad dogs there just not hard dogs

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The lad originally wrote a post asking about half cross collie greyhounds and I have my oppinion which I still stand by, I can only go on what I have seen with my own eyes not what I have Hurd, and what I have seen is collie greyhound after collie greyhound spewing left right and centre, only seen one half cross run which my mates still had the dog has never caught anything, it's yaps whilst running and spewed on a Charlie cub back in on the 11/04/2003 wether it's the owners fault or not it's still what I have seen with my own eyes, and I still stand by the fact that I think for any quarry there is a better cross than the collie greyhound

Rabbits - beddy/whippet or whippet/greyhound both crosses hardier,

Hares (pre ban) saluki/greyhound

Fox (pre ban) 3/4 bull/greyhound or wheaten/greyhound or gsd/greyhound

Deer (pre ban) 3/8 5/8 bull greyhound or deerhound/greyhound

It's my opponion

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