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1 hour ago, LurcherLad94 said:

i know hes bad feet lads before anyone starts lol,one of they have to work with what weve got ill road walk him try bring them up but dont think its going happen

Seen a lot worse 

Cheers, D.

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30 minutes ago, Black neck said:

Nice dog the lad it dont matter that his feet are flatter than mine for a bit of ratting

That’s it bud not much turning involved lol I just knew someone would bring it up like they did on the other forum so I just put it on lol 

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Sen lots worse usually brought on by little exercise while growing ,they will get better with plenty wali,I got on em, the tendons will tighten up ,I see it like this poor looking feet don't always mean bad feet it's how they perform when he's right if they hold up to plenty running on all sorts a ground etc .i would plan a stay of exercise for him and rally bring to his best over around sixteen weeks each and every day work on him flesh bone diet get the miles under him tighten him up and get his body performing steadily he'll come that animal should ifmgotten right and with the right mind set kill twos threes twice a week easily ,lad what Eva thy choose has thy rush ,y'all allways get crabbers and sorts .he looks like some I seen in the valley yas got him from  atb bill

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4 minutes ago, billhardy said:

Sen lots worse usually brought on by little exercise while growing ,they will get better with plenty wali,I got on em, the tendons will tighten up ,I see it like this poor looking feet don't always mean bad feet it's how they perform when he's right if they hold up to plenty running on all sorts a ground etc .i would plan a stay of exercise for him and rally bring to his best over around sixteen weeks each and every day work on him flesh bone diet get the miles under him tighten him up and get his body performing steadily he'll come that animal should ifmgotten right and with the right mind set kill twos threes twice a week easily ,lad what Eva thy choose has thy rush ,y'all allways get crabbers and sorts .he looks like some I seen in the valley yas got him from  atb bill

That’s it bill I’ll put plenty of walking into him he had a week of as it is as the white dog grabbed hold of him last week on his front leg and he was lame for a few days and yeh I’ve spoke to a lad on Facebook with a dog a double of him and only 15 mins from we’re i picked the dog up from but he’s abit older I did ask the lad I had him from and he said diffrent litter but you never know but as I say when I picked the dog up he’s is very puppy like and dident have a mark on him dident know what a lamp was but we’re see how he goes 

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On 29 May 2018 at 23:59, LurcherLad94 said:

That’s it bill I’ll put plenty of walking into him he had a week of as it is as the white dog grabbed hold of him last week on his front leg and he was lame for a few days and yeh I’ve spoke to a lad on Facebook with a dog a double of him and only 15 mins from we’re i picked the dog up from but he’s abit older I did ask the lad I had him from and he said diffrent litter but you never know but as I say when I picked the dog up he’s is very puppy like and dident have a mark on him dident know what a lamp was but we’re see how he goes 

The only advice I could give other than ease him in ,knowing and reading the signs his at times can be the making or doing a animal a bad  do ,bring him on steady seen to many get itchy and that one more his the undoing of the animal I seen it .i can only say this the best I seen have often been steadily brought on and often late starters ,fliers often jack when things ain't going there way.a good handler his another fifty percent on the animals ability.he only a young animal time his the essence in the making.atb bill

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54 minutes ago, billhardy said:

The only advice I could give other than ease him in ,knowing and reading the signs his at times can be the making or doing a animal a bad  do ,bring him on steady seen to many get itchy and that one more his the undoing of the animal I seen it .i can only say this the best I seen have often been steadily brought on and often late starters ,fliers often jack when things ain't going there way.a good handler his another fifty percent on the animals ability.he only a young animal time his the essence in the making.atb bill

Very wise

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