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On ‎11‎/‎08‎/‎2019 at 22:04, zigzag dan said:

Mate of mine had one off him about 6month ago ,cost £350 ,nice looking dog to be fair but in my experience at that price you are really taking a chance on one off his pups ,seen one or two decent ones but more very average ones .

 am not a fan of puppy farmers and what you say is true, but the reason could be that the lads that buy from them for working are not that good/experienced themselves.

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On 11/08/2019 at 22:04, zigzag dan said:

Mate of mine had one off him about 6month ago ,cost £350 ,nice looking dog to be fair but in my experience at that price you are really taking a chance on one off his pups ,seen one or two decent ones but more very average ones .

That’s a lot of money for a pup of any sort for the hunting game imo. How’s the pup coming along?

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I've got a pup I never bought it from him but my mate did just his other dog didn't get on with her so I let him have the pup I had coming she is 6 months old and easy to live with she is marking sets pretty accurate my mate said it was pretty clean when he was there 

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I only met David couple times yrs ago when my uncul and brother had pups from him and over the yrs iv seen a few good Hancock bred dogs ,and one that was useless .

Lots slag him and his breeding but theres also folk working Hancock dogs and very happy with what they have and go back time after time for a pup .

its all about putting in what you want out of a jook ,and yes of course they will be failures and other lines that are working parents etc but do you know what's in them ? With Hancock you know what bloods gone into the mix .

i was told he was ill and very frail looking just few months ago by a mate that as a cracking ruff 3q bred dog 

he also said kennels were clean and nothing like it used to be yrs ago .

 

 

 

 

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On 11/08/2019 at 22:04, zigzag dan said:

Mate of mine had one off him about 6month ago ,cost £350 ,nice looking dog to be fair but in my experience at that price you are really taking a chance on one off his pups ,seen one or two decent ones but more very average ones .

 

4 hours ago, two crows said:

 am not a fan of puppy farmers and what you say is true, but the reason could be that the lads that buy from them for working are not that good/experienced themselves.

You could be right ,

Iv made lots mistakes with training over the yrs and that's how we learn or should do .

 

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