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Bedlington cross maybe ?

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Larger dog in the photo I’m not sure what ya reckon ? 

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Labradoodle?? 🙈😁

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I'd go for Beddy cross MM, maybe the sire of those pups and looking at that terrier, it looks of early Scotty/Sky type, so both were possibly obtained in the North East border areas. Though i could be well off the mark...

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I’d also guess the terrier in the pic is the sire , good pic 

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the bigger dog could be a droving type cross, I cant tell the sex of it for definite it looks like it has the remnants of milk as the abdomen looks divided up, the terrier to me as been said looks northern, the traveling people of those early years, were fortunate as moving from one place to another working on farms etc gave them the chance to use useful studs from any region along their route, unlike the locals of these areas, where the various types/strains were developing, in isolation, another great old photo hope this runs on a bit.

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The boy in the cap on the right, and the girl in the white dress, both look to be holding 'possibly' border terrier type pups? Cracking pic again m m 👍

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I’d say Wheaton 

waggons nice , they your relatives Marsh ? 

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9 minutes ago, Elchapo said:

I’d say Wheaton 

waggons nice , they your relatives Marsh ? 

No mate no info on the photo I’m afraid 

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Looks like he's got spit the dog on his lap🤣,they do look like hearding types but a lot of the old types of lurchers were made not to look like lurchers nice pic that is 👍

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1 hour ago, Penda said:

Looks like he's got spit the dog on his lap🤣,they do look like hearding types but a lot of the old types of lurchers were made not to look like lurchers nice pic that is 👍

I don't know, but I'm of the opinion that the original lurchers would've probably carried only a little greyhound/sighthound blood

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Could even be old Airedale type before KC registration when they were developed into a very large Welsh/Lakeland lookalike. The old Airedale would have been a useful mooching dog and a handy guard around camp.

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