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Looking for a first cross collie greyhound stud

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12 minutes ago, Maximus Ferret said:

So what kind of a bitch do you want to cover?

I was going to ask this myself, 

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1 minute ago, dytkos said:

12 I think?

Cheers, D.

I think your right if memory serves me right 

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My mate had a really fast half cross went over a few bitches and never produced anything like himself 

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3 minutes ago, poxon said:

I think your right if memory serves me right 

Pretty sure he's same age as my Celt after the conversationsI've had with Ray.

Cheers, D.

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14 minutes ago, Bosun11 said:

Still worth a punt IMO....

Might finish the arld fecker off but.... 😉

He'd go happy though 😆

If dogs really are like their owners though he might knock her hip out and tie for 2 hours 

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5 hours ago, dytkos said:

Pretty sure he's same age as my Celt after the conversationsI've had with Ray.

Cheers, D.

yeh  , he is mate he 12 year old,  he got arthritis in his front left wrist now, he still gets about, but suppose his 10 odd years  of lamping, and moocing  caught up with him, but he still quite fit he out every day for couple hours . what bitch as the lad got ? suppose like been said by few lads on here , he might still be up for it, a bitch in heat will get; um awake lol  i did think no at 1st, but  only one way to find out as they say . got Buck my big dog 1x gsd x grey , he the better alrounder of the 2 dogs , if wants to put power/pace   he do that deff .

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11 hours ago, Phil Lloyd said:

I  really like the rough and ready collie crosses,..always have done, always will:good:

JAKE....

 

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There's a big difference in type with that type  and also Bryn  the Dan type ain't the type I would be looking at for a stud has Phil says the rough and ready type da me the wordings different the type that looks more  rugged with has we say a work mans like appearance ,totally different type and usually totally different in the field atb bill

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