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2 hours ago, LurcherLad94 said:

He snapped a ligament in his leg at about 14 Month old and goes lame on it after a hard night for weeks so don’t run him anymore just keep him round the house but he was showing good promise 

Yeh accidents like that seems to happen to decent dogs, would he be worth keeping for stud duties ? Looks a strong well made canine, good qualities to hopefully pass on to his offspring, Atb pal

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The Mrs just keeps him round the house now mate she loves him if anyone was looking for the Stamp of dog they would be welcome to use him but there’s a lot more proven dogs out there that would be better suited don’t get me wrong I could go kill stuff with him now but not fair to lame him up , and haven’t had a few seasons of hard graft behind him 

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8 hours ago, B Woodsford said:

Iv got a 16 week old 1/4 Kelpie, 1/4 bull, half Greyhound pup, can’t seem to find anyone else with this cross. Anyone got any pictures of this cross full grown and what do they work like heard a lot of good and bad for kelpie xs and bull xs. 

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Nice looking pup some front paws on dog 

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On 18 January 2019 at 01:47, LurcherLad94 said:

The Mrs just keeps him round the house now mate she loves him if anyone was looking for the Stamp of dog they would be welcome to use him but there’s a lot more proven dogs out there that would be better suited don’t get me wrong I could go kill stuff with him now but not fair to lame him up , and haven’t had a few seasons of hard graft behind him 

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18 hours ago, LurcherLad94 said:

The Mrs just keeps him round the house now mate she loves him if anyone was looking for the Stamp of dog they would be welcome to use him but there’s a lot more proven dogs out there that would be better suited don’t get me wrong I could go kill stuff with him now but not fair to lame him up , and haven’t had a few seasons of hard graft behind him 

I got a dog here ,been on the bench for two years because a virus he keeps getting ,some weeks he fine and I tempted to get him out but I know for one day out it's weeks of pain for him.

hes a good dog and I could never let him go ,and the misses thinks world of him .

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10 minutes ago, B Woodsford said:

10 month old now just under 26inch TTS showing promise day and night just getting him fit 

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very nice animal ,in fairness hes shining ,im looking forward to hearing about his exploits in the future ,,..hes a good height too,i like a tall dog ,good luck with him

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