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Bella she's a 5/8 3/8 who will be 12 months old next week,she's already bumped into a few odds & sods on our daily exercise wanders..she is 100% going to do what's asked of her if early indication

4th full season for this fella. Just does what he does. Been great to have him as a role model for young dog. Always keeps me happy this fella Atb Igz

Fawn dog...bull/grey x saluki/bull/grey....black bitch 1st x..

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16 minutes ago, longers01 said:

She looks like she can hold her own mate and in good nick by the look of it credit to you atb longers01 

She’s not worried by anything in life. A simple, happy dog that loves her job. I’d have her again happily. Also the easiest dog I’ve ever trained. 

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5 minutes ago, SheepChaser said:

She’s not worried by anything in life. A simple, happy dog that loves her job. I’d have her again happily. Also the easiest dog I’ve ever trained. 

Glad to hear that mate don’t get many like that i wish this one was still young give my right arm for her to be young again atb longers01 

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9 hours ago, SheepChaser said:

She’s not worried by anything in life. A simple, happy dog that loves her job. I’d have her again happily. Also the easiest dog I’ve ever trained. 

For over 40 years now I've kept collie crosses and still like them a lot. A few years ago one of my sons got a bull terrier and I found him surprisingly intelligent and responsive.I now have a 10 month old pup with 1/4 pit in him and he too is very bright and responsive though in a different way to my collie crosses.

As a man with a lot of experience of collies, how would you say the 2 breeds compare as lurcher breeding material.

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2 minutes ago, FUJI said:

Bella she's a 5/8 3/8 who will be 12 months old next week,she's already bumped into a few odds & sods on our daily exercise wanders..she is 100% going to do what's asked of her if early indications are anything to go by 👀 She's bred off serious animals so I'm expecting her to be half decent at the least 😉

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Not your usual style Fuji how’s she coping with the hills? 

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5 minutes ago, Shadow100 said:

Not your usual style Fuji how’s she coping with the hills? 

No she's not but she had been in 2 homes by the time she was 9 months old through no fault of her own, lads who owned her both had a littermate to her & both chose to keep the other so I gave her a home as I didn't want to see her on the dog merry go round especially without seeing what she could do, she was a little nervy initially but me being her 3rd owner without her breeder by the time she was 9 months old was quite understandable,she's grand now though, she has the same dam as two other relatively young dogs I have here in Bear & Rose, sadly Bear broke his neck out working in December but I've not given up on the dog & although the first 6 weeks after his accident were stressful to say the least as I never went to bed at all in that time,I had to turn him every two hours, twenty four hours per day to stop him getting bed sores but he still did regardless,I had to hand feed him & syringe water down him, obviously he was having to lie in and amongst his own pee & crap as he couldn't move as he was paralysed..we had to learn him to stand initially then learn him to walk again, he spent more time in a heap than on his feet..7 months later he's still here,he wont ever be right but i like the dog & even towards the season end he accompanied me on a couple of mountain adventures & although he had to rely on his old man to do the catching it was great to see he still had the enthusiasm & desire to get stuck in 😁..life with lurchers never runs as smooth as you like,im sure we can all agree on that one!

 

This is Bear recently, he is still a very fast dog, can jump gates, fences etc but turning will never be his strong point since his accident,he's 5/8 Grey 3/16 Bull & 3/16 Saluki

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5 hours ago, FUJI said:

No she's not but she had been in 2 homes by the time she was 9 months old through no fault of her own, lads who owned her both had a littermate to her & both chose to keep the other so I gave her a home as I didn't want to see her on the dog merry go round especially without seeing what she could do, she was a little nervy initially but me being her 3rd owner without her breeder by the time she was 9 months old was quite understandable,she's grand now though, she has the same dam as two other relatively young dogs I have here in Bear & Rose, sadly Bear broke his neck out working in December but I've not given up on the dog & although the first 6 weeks after his accident were stressful to say the least as I never went to bed at all in that time,I had to turn him every two hours, twenty four hours per day to stop him getting bed sores but he still did regardless,I had to hand feed him & syringe water down him, obviously he was having to lie in and amongst his own pee & crap as he couldn't move as he was paralysed..we had to learn him to stand initially then learn him to walk again, he spent more time in a heap than on his feet..7 months later he's still here,he wont ever be right but i like the dog & even towards the season end he accompanied me on a couple of mountain adventures & although he had to rely on his old man to do the catching it was great to see he still had the enthusiasm & desire to get stuck in 😁..life with lurchers never runs as smooth as you like,im sure we can all agree on that one!

 

This is Bear recently, he is still a very fast dog, can jump gates, fences etc but turning will never be his strong point since his accident,he's 5/8 Grey 3/16 Bull & 3/16 Saluki

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That is a quality photo. Looks a right machine!

Please don't take this the wrong way. If he was that good and an injury stopped him would you not stud him for a pup?

Hats off to you for keeping him going. Many, if not most, would have PTS on diagnosis of a broken neck. Most of the remainder would've opted out on the realisation of having to turn him every 2hrs of a night. Well done fella, credit to you.👍👍👍

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8 hours ago, dytkos said:

Have you still got Don mate and are your lads still into the dogs?

Cheers, D.

Hey up D fella, aye old Don is still here bud 😁,he's in grand order,still thinks he's a pup although his next birthday will be his 12th, he has a litter of pups on the ground that will be starting away this season, so be good to see how they go..aye all my lads are still going 100% strong with the dogs bud, terriers & lurchers is all they are about D..they've been really successful at what they do so much so that word of mouth through the farming and landowners community has seen them amass large swathes of permission throughout the county to be able to work their dogs..in this day & age that in itself has been worth all the time & effort they've put into the game..my grandkids are even going out with the lurchers now 😁..i've brainwashed the lot of them mate 😆

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