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Foxhound x greyhound

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15 hours ago, spindolero said:

Know a few boys keep hound x for daytime hill work

A few of them open up when they're coursing one 

Doesn't bother the owners 

Cynon valley boys ?, Ive run a few hound crosses, handy types

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Old Brian machete had one yrs ago  a 3q grey q fox hound ,big box headed dog it never needed help on anything ,

it was behind a roe and got run over near Grantham ,

b a good x ,don't know why they are not popular but maybe that's a good thing .

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27 minutes ago, Moocher71 said:

Old Brian machete had one yrs ago  a 3q grey q fox hound ,big box headed dog it never needed help on anything ,

it was behind a roe and got run over near Grantham ,

b a good x ,don't know why they are not popular but maybe that's a good thing .

I’m think the same I’d  rather an all round lurcher than a one trick pony and I think these could have it all. 

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19 minutes ago, shaneg said:

I’m think the same I’d  rather an all round lurcher than a one trick pony and I think these could have it all. 

that one was good dog,that's only one I've seen.

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If left to hunt properly I think this cross would be excellent 

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2 hours ago, nothernlite said:

Are they more for working a distance in front on the hills 

you can work them that way...or lamp them,round a hole..... like any other type,depends on how you bring them on.i had 1 that wouldn't cast off far enough and hunt like I wanted....a lad took him on and used him for lamping and mooching in the day,he would walk to heel until told to go👍

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If I could spend more time up the hills I would be looking at something like this for walking out in the day. Not a straight cross though. Would like a bit of something else in the mix. Time and Kennel space would be a great thing!! 

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1 hour ago, white van man said:

If I could spend more time up the hills I would be looking at something like this for walking out in the day. Not a straight cross though. Would like a bit of something else in the mix. Time and Kennel space would be a great thing!! 

I’ve no shortage of space and dogs foods free so if it doesn’t work all it will cost me is my time 

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1 hour ago, straight2hand said:

Old Thomas is still going strong pal 

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cheers pal,hope your uncle and your good self are well.👍

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1 hour ago, straight2hand said:

Old Thomas is still going strong pal 

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Is he a straight half cross 

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2 hours ago, shaneg said:

Is he a straight half cross 

That dog isn’t but here is a picture of the litter sister to my current lurchers grandsire, an F1 fellhound x greyhound from about 20 years ago.

 

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2 hours ago, Daniel cain said:

cheers pal,hope your uncle and your good self are well.👍

Very well mate and to you as well  👍🏻

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