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Let’s see your collie greyhounds

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1 hour ago, poxon said:

I don’t need to be educated how versatile a collie cross can be I’ve worked with a few 😉my one I have sat beside me now was a very genuine bitch in her day.day an night an not limited to just rabbits 👍🏼I’m not a newbie To collie xs or bedlington xs there my types of Lurchers 👌🏼in my eyes a cross between the both xs Suit me to the ground an what I plan on keeping for the future personally I think they are a more a forgiving cross than a straight collie x Just on what I’ve experienced on my lands I think there more universal that’s my opinion any way👍🏼  😉 so I’m hearing the  From people who add pups off me opinions that you don’t need a bull cross to retrieve/track shot teeth/deer regular or a spaniel as a regular gun dog or a lab to get registered as a assistants dog or a straight collie for obedience dog opinions starting to change ...all about the right ingredients  👍🏼I look at the twix cross as herbs an spices the fullest flavours in the melting pot the collie x is the herbs lovely mild flavour the bedlington x as the spices For the extra heat kick but there’s no denial the flavours work very well together complimenting one another in the pot 🤣😂🤣😂 

your dogs cj are your blend like you’ve said before on other threads times have changed for you so has the crossing you keep that being the reasoning for the heavy drop of collie in your dogs you personally don’t need fast dogs for what you need the games changed for you 🤷🏻‍♂️ the games changed fast cj so must the dogs it’s a undeniable fact sadly mate for people’s individual needs 

Ffs d mek us a shepherds pie 

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5 hours ago, Black neck said:

Ffs d mek us a shepherds pie 

I think it's everyone to there own some people love collie grey  and some hate them u wouldn't get nothernlite have one  he loves his Bedlingtons but then u wouldn't get torchie have anything else horses for course's 

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9 hours ago, colliejohn said:

I applaud your dedication to your type of cross pal, nowadays has I ain’t getter any younger my enthusiasm has well has slightly dwindled, I think our sport has seen better days I have been fortunate to have seen and worked my dogs in the halcyon days days so to speak, I feel sorry for the younger people coming into our sport, times have changed culturally, socially and lack of game rabbits in particular, I think the more mooching types will become more popular in years to come it’s a shame really but our sport is f****d. Regards Collie John.

I agree we seem to be going full circle regarding working lurchers. Staying under the radar and just having a bit of a walk about is the way forward ,for me anyways.  I enjoy watching dogs hunt and being out and about in the Countryside. It’s rewilding of the psyche, good for mind and body.  

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18 minutes ago, Allan P said:

I agree we seem to be going full circle regarding working lurchers. Staying under the radar and just having a bit of a walk about is the way forward ,for me anyways.  I enjoy watching dogs hunt and being out and about in the Countryside. It’s rewilding of the psyche, good for mind and body.  

That's what it's all about watching your dogs work

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4 hours ago, troyboy17 said:

That's one nice dog 

+2  plenty of pace for most stuff. 

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6 minutes ago, colliejohn said:

Is that a Gary Tonks bred dog. Regards Collie John.

got her off a fella called Gary, from Telford, could be? 

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3 hours ago, scutty96 said:

got her off a fella called Gary, from Telford, could be? 

He’s called Gary Tonks, I thought it looked like one of his. Regards Collie John .

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I asked my mate if it was OK to put these up, so no bother he said, all 1st x collie greyhounds

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