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Bedlington x Greyhound

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2 hours ago, baker boy said:

Im waiting on his ped, he's a young dog, if he makes the grade I can use him over a bitch

Cracking type bud.

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2 hours ago, shaaark said:

£650?!!! Got to be a misprint 

Or chancers! 

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fkn hell every things down to money with some folk, perhaps they are dear, but so is your your car, your fkn holiday, and fri night at the pub, but I sooner waist my money on a dog than any of the above.

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5 minutes ago, gnipper said:

Aren't 1st crosses always blue or liver?

Also only rough or broken coated 🙂

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14 minutes ago, two crows said:

fkn hell every things down to money with some folk, perhaps they are dear, but so is your your car, your fkn holiday, and fri night at the pub, but I sooner waist my money on a dog than any of the above.

Agree there t c, but 650 notes for a beddy/whippet? 

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Just now, Phil Lloyd said:

Yeah,..buying in a dog, sure ain't cheap these days...🤔

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Hell of a lot cheaper than breeding a litter right 😁😂 

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12 minutes ago, shaaark said:

Agree there t c, but 650 notes for a beddy/whippet? 

Why not people pay alot more for coursing type and bull crosses 

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2 minutes ago, W. Katchum said:

Hell of a lot cheaper than breeding a litter right 😁😂 

Could rear 2 litters for the price of one of them 

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Just now, nothernlite said:

Could rear 2 litters for the price of one of them 

Aye but that’s daft prices mate, If ye pay the going rate for a pup, say 150/200 quid if ye aint pals or that’s then I reckon it would cost double that for litter to be raised or there abouts👍

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🤔 Whenever I plan for a litter, I consider two things. 

Firstly,...I make sure that I've located enough good men, to gift a pup too, and, secondly, I start stocking-up, on Lactol and raw meat.

 Pups need placing in their new homes, as soon as possible,..so in actual fact, you only really have to feed them, for a few weeks...

It ain't really a costly business...😉

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Phil Lloyd said:

🤔 Whenever I plan for a litter, I make sure of two things. 

Firstly,..I make sure that I've enough good men around, to gift a pup too, and, secondly, I start stocking-up on Lactol and raw meat.

 Pups need placing in their new homes, as soon as possible,..so in actual fact, you only have to feed them for a few weeks...

It ain't really a costly business...😉

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45 minutes ago, gnipper said:

Aren't 1st crosses always blue or liver?

a lot are but you do get the odd black and white and brindle. you do get the odd smooth as well. 

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16 minutes ago, Phil Lloyd said:

🤔 Whenever I plan for a litter, I consider two things. 

Firstly,...I make sure that I've located enough good men, to gift a pup too, and, secondly, I start stocking-up, on Lactol and raw meat.

 Pups need placing in their new homes, as soon as possible,..so in actual fact, you only really have to feed them, for a few weeks...

It ain't really a costly business...😉

 

 

Is if you need to take time off work too see to em phil, wormers, heat lamps an stuff. Iv bred two litters an never charged a penny for any pups but I do know for sure I’d a been cheaper buying a pup in, less hassle an all. That’s if ye can truest breeder to have done his job👍

 

Im all for gifting pups an stuff but if somebody is breeding summat I want an I don’t wanna breed me own, then Iv no hassle paying the guy unless ya mad money, however i stand by the fact that I’d never sell a dog, that’s my choice tho 😉

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