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Hi its been a long time since I was last on here , but I am after a lurcher  pup ,its has to be a Blue merle bitch pup , collie greyhound  would not mind a little bit of bull in it , not a lot ,if your hoping to be breeding soon, please let me know , many thanks John

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There is some in countryman’s weekly this week ready soon 

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