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4 minutes ago, W. Katchum said:

Is it normal to try a dog 3 times after it refuses the first?🤯😂

depends on who owns it???  was it tried sore? was it sick? was it called refugee as they don't seem to like working either 

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Just now, Lenmcharristar said:

depends on who owns it???  was it tried sore? was it sick? was it called refugee as they don't seem to like working either 

Sounds like a cnuts trick to me no matter what reason the dog said no, an I’d deffo be giving the owner an anybody else involved that day a wide berth in future😂 but that’s prob why I’m not a terrierman if that’s the norm😂😂

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a man with a kennel of good dogs isn't gona sell the best there for its prob not up to par but nobody knows if pups will make the grade just a chance ya take

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was talking to Brian at a show couple of years back were he was telling me a white dog I had went back to a Mr Cartwright's dogs, who had them off Arthur Hyndman. He could tell by just looking he said. This dog was 1/2 bull Lakeland. He was the judge that day, and he was selling pups out the back of his vehicle some of them looked like they shouldn't have been out the whelping box, never mind travelling 100s of miles to a show to be sold to who ever had the cash. The bitch's were little fat things with nipples like huge raspberries, obviously not their first litter, disgraceful you can keep the book.

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On 30/05/2018 at 12:07, Kerny92 said:

Oh right thought you meant he didn't know about it, Darcy would be better off doing a book on him if Frain is poor.

D'Arcy just gets  other people to write his books lol 

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