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9 minutes ago, Franks dad said:

Is that good or bad lol  ?  .He can move when he wants too but prob that’s more me because I’m more used to Rottweilers and German shepherds oh and little miss jrt in the first pic , he’s probably not quite as trim as you all keep your dogs either, but  you can feel his ribs and he dips in like he should at his waist .   ….. the greyhound whippet just  doesn’t seem to be showing much 😕 … he is more lunker than lurcher … I’m gonna steal that and tell people he’s a bull lunker 🤣👍  

Well he's only 7 month so no no need 2 bother about him being in shape plenty time for that this winter when you start him on the lamp

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3 minutes ago, Black neck said:

Well he's only 7 month so no no need 2 bother about him being in shape plenty time for that this winter when you start him on the lamp

I wouldn’t know where to begin tbh and with my anxiety I’d be worried about him coming back in daylight let alone in the dark , he’s got a  strong prey drive and is very Kevin and Perry at the moment but he’s a quick learner (when he wants to at the mo ) it’s more the trainer that’s lacking , know what to do on paper but can’t pull  it all  off when it comes  to practice on certain things . 

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20 minutes ago, Franks dad said:

I wouldn’t know where to begin tbh and with my anxiety I’d be worried about him coming back in daylight let alone in the dark , he’s got a  strong prey drive and is very Kevin and Perry at the moment but he’s a quick learner (when he wants to at the mo ) it’s more the trainer that’s lacking , know what to do on paper but can’t pull  it all  off when it comes  to practice on certain things . 

That don't matter I only said that 2 look cool infront of the others, if u fancy it I'll come over your way for a night ,if you got an off license by you we could have a stand outside it ,then you could have a stand and sneer at folks outside an off license down this way 

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1 hour ago, Franks dad said:

F@@k it , up for a laugh , I’m a bit of a stalker , and since asking for a bit of info , which in hindsight was a bit of a no go ,have enjoyed  reading the banter , the squabbles (although not really sure what’s going on half the time , but it’s better than Corrie ) and mostly the informative posts ,interested in certain aspects , more bunnies, but only reading about it , wouldn’t dream of letting little man on one ,unless you can catch them on lead🤣  …. only ever taken ferreting once resulting in a lost ferret and nil in the bag and a crap shot with my air rifle so sold that …. Newest designer breed a bull lounger 28 weeks ,20” tts and 25kgs / 55lb  ….. lays around a lot , kills toys , ladies love him though 👍 … no need to reply … I’ll get my coat 👍 

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6 hours ago, Black neck said:

That don't matter I only said that 2 look cool infront of the others, if u fancy it I'll come over your way for a night ,if you got an off license by you we could have a stand outside it ,then you could have a stand and sneer at folks outside an off license down this way 

I’ll skip on that kind offer thanks mr black neck , I’m usually tucked in bed with a hot chocolate by 9 , maybe daytime  costa for a coffee and cake 

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7 hours ago, Franks dad said:

I’ll skip on that kind offer thanks mr black neck , I’m usually tucked in bed with a hot chocolate by 9 , maybe daytime  costa for a coffee and cake 

You'd be better with a coursing bred than a bull cross  😉 🤔😂

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16 minutes ago, sandymere said:

You'd be better with a coursing bred than a bull cross  😉 🤔😂

you want to be practise what you preach lol you’d be better with a coursing bred 😂 

be 3-0 when we have a day on the long ears 😂 👍

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2 hours ago, mC HULL said:

you want to be practise what you preach lol you’d be better with a coursing bred 😂 

be 3-0 when we have a day on the long ears 😂 👍

Confidence that is laddie 

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2 hours ago, mC HULL said:

you want to be practise what you preach lol you’d be better with a coursing bred 😂 

be 3-0 when we have a day on the long ears 😂 👍

 

8 minutes ago, Black neck said:

Confidence that is laddie 

16t poMnarchhr at 200le:26m  · Over the years I learned, that nothing will ever be the same again, that those who one day gave up on you for a reason, are now strangers, that friends, those of a lifetime, are always with you. Over the years I learned to enjoy this hobby, not just watching the dog run behind a hare, but at any time of year. I learned that sometimes a really good galgo, from those who mark you forever, you have it very few times in life, that sometimes you have to settle for what you have and that champion galgo should be raised again. Over the years I learned that you should never lose humility, nor brag about having a good galgo, because that galgo can have a bad day and leave you bad when you least expect it. Over the years I learned that what truly fills me is to give my galgos a worthy life, they run more or less. I learned that this hobby is a race in itself and that now the "freedom" gets long (due to illness) but it has to be like the gallows of law, head to the ground and fight for it. I learned with this hobby what patience, happiness, bitterness and sadness is when you leave a beloved animal. I've learned so much and I hope to continue learning, although sometimes I feel like throwing in the towel, to leave this hobby, but I also learned that the galgueros are lucky to have the most beautiful hobby a human being can have, That's why I always fight and hope May yours honor this passion as it deserves.
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9 minutes ago, sandymere said:

 

16t poMnarchhr at 200le:26m  · Over the years I learned, that nothing will ever be the same again, that those who one day gave up on you for a reason, are now strangers, that friends, those of a lifetime, are always with you. Over the years I learned to enjoy this hobby, not just watching the dog run behind a hare, but at any time of year. I learned that sometimes a really good galgo, from those who mark you forever, you have it very few times in life, that sometimes you have to settle for what you have and that champion galgo should be raised again. Over the years I learned that you should never lose humility, nor brag about having a good galgo, because that galgo can have a bad day and leave you bad when you least expect it. Over the years I learned that what truly fills me is to give my galgos a worthy life, they run more or less. I learned that this hobby is a race in itself and that now the "freedom" gets long (due to illness) but it has to be like the gallows of law, head to the ground and fight for it. I learned with this hobby what patience, happiness, bitterness and sadness is when you leave a beloved animal. I've learned so much and I hope to continue learning, although sometimes I feel like throwing in the towel, to leave this hobby, but I also learned that the galgueros are lucky to have the most beautiful hobby a human being can have, That's why I always fight and hope May yours honor this passion as it deserves.

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