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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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5 hours ago, dogmad riley said:

Not a 1st x but was a half cross of a few generations. 

Unfortunately he died during a nights lamping. That dog gave everything he had, would love another like him.

Ah right, was a nicely made dog.  👍

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10 hours ago, SheepChaser said:

Having a bit of a maudlin moment after a few beers. This was by far the best dog I have ever owned. Died just over a year ago aged four years ten months. RIP Una, the dog of a lifetime. 

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Always liked the look of this bitch, is a shame! How tall was she? 

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