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few pics of the bitch whilst we was out evicting some night time squatters in the hay bales 😁

My pup today ......  

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4 hours ago, W. Katchum said:

Couple hours out this morn before the driving rain an snow took the fun out the day, pup getting big now, an knows what’s what upto now👍480E282C-F216-48E0-8F4F-F26C20C735E5.jpeg.a249e99911cfc440e3d00decc82ecc9a.jpeg34AA86AA-1F8D-4A6C-98A2-D17771D2DE70.jpeg.b5d40aaa9ef58b57c1a32244077c6356.jpegCF40FFB0-29BF-4D0A-A5D2-3DE861436A41.jpeg.fd0e831a92d1585f92724d5f986bcd66.jpeg

Kin el katch, has jigsaw been 100% with you? Looks to have a touch of bull and saluki blood in her 😐

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Only jesting 😄. Looking good 👍

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50 minutes ago, shaaark said:

Kin el katch, has jigsaw been 100% with you? Looks to have a touch of bull and saluki blood in her 😐

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Only jesting 😄. Looking good 👍

Our Robert guessed gsd x reckon ray let the gret lump by

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9 hours ago, W. Katchum said:

Couple hours out this morn before the driving rain an snow took the fun out the day, pup getting big now, an knows what’s what upto now👍480E282C-F216-48E0-8F4F-F26C20C735E5.jpeg.a249e99911cfc440e3d00decc82ecc9a.jpeg34AA86AA-1F8D-4A6C-98A2-D17771D2DE70.jpeg.b5d40aaa9ef58b57c1a32244077c6356.jpegCF40FFB0-29BF-4D0A-A5D2-3DE861436A41.jpeg.fd0e831a92d1585f92724d5f986bcd66.jpeg

mate she turning into a stunning looking lurcher looks really robust fek that clattering into you full tilt haha age is she now don?

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4 minutes ago, jackthelad said:

my pups a month younger be nice to see how they progress yours are the first kelpie lurchers iv ever saw the ones on this thread

I had her up few weeks ago wa dinky flying visit tho, next time I’m up I’ll let ye know mate 👍

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I really enjoyed this thread and I think you have done brilliantly to maximize your chances of getting what you want. If I was in your part of the world I would have loved to have taken a pup from this litter. I currently own a pure male Kelpie (my first Kelpie) and I really enjoy having him, he seems to pick things up quicker than any dog I have owned before but he does lack that extra gear when pursuing game. He is only 13 months old but I know that I am going to enjoy having him around until one of us passes on.

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On 03/02/2020 at 02:56, Silversnake said:

I really enjoyed this thread and I think you have done brilliantly to maximize your chances of getting what you want. If I was in your part of the world I would have loved to have taken a pup from this litter. I currently own a pure male Kelpie (my first Kelpie) and I really enjoy having him, he seems to pick things up quicker than any dog I have owned before but he does lack that extra gear when pursuing game. He is only 13 months old but I know that I am going to enjoy having him around until one of us passes on.

That's similar to how I felt about my first kelpie. He tried so hard to please me and whenever he didn't understand what I wanted him to do he'd keep trying until he got it right. Ironically, the older he got the more the roles reversed i.e. I realized he was invariably right so I tended to follow his lead, he soon cottoned on to this so just did his own thing...seems a waste to have a dog with natural talents and a brain to match to then keep telling it, "No! Do what I say!" I've never bred a litter of pups in my life but I really regret not getting something out of him.

To quote somebody else: if he wasn't the pick of the litter, somebody else got a bloody good dog.

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17 hours ago, Neal said:

That's similar to how I felt about my first kelpie. He tried so hard to please me and whenever he didn't understand what I wanted him to do he'd keep trying until he got it right. Ironically, the older he got the more the roles reversed i.e. I realized he was invariably right so I tended to follow his lead, he soon cottoned on to this so just did his own thing...seems a waste to have a dog with natural talents and a brain to match to then keep telling it, "No! Do what I say!" I've never bred a litter of pups in my life but I really regret not getting something out of him.

To quote somebody else: if he wasn't the pick of the litter, somebody else got a bloody good dog.

that is spot on and exactly how I work my cockers,    get them on the whistle and walking to heal when needed, and then let them work.

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