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3/4 reversed x 1st cross, Typp Ratcher lines, litter mates.

past and present, cheers Neil b 

Hi,..can't locate any first cross images at the moment,...but these Collie infused youngsters are fairly typical of lurchers that are a mix of Whippet, greyhound, and herder. Banjo Jak

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couole pics of a 3/4 grey 1/4 collie (1/8beardie 1/8border) wasn’t best dog I ever owned but wasn’t worst either an could fill a freezer or 2

Really like the looks of that one 

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28tts an 70ish lb running fit mate but in truth he couldn’t hold condition when the work load picked up mid season. Was a pleasure to work with tho an done exactly what I needed when needed an helped me a lot😀 in end tho it was obvious tho he wasn’t build for the long run, an was rehomed as a couch dog an lived good life with easier work load😀

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I had a Collie greyhound when i was 15 first lurcher I owned of my own first day I took him out he caught a hare in the long walked straight up to us dropped it at my feet and carried on hunting next thing it went in the bushes and come out with a bird's nest full of chick's and brought them to me mad morning that was

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