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3 hours ago, Marvel said:

Did yous ever breed anything from him AT?.

Yeah mate I think he did 👍 was a long time ago so can’t really remember, but sought of remember being out with a red dog which was a son of jack 🤔 the lad who owned hims bum licking mate is on here he will remember 🤣👍 Kevj he’s called on here 🤣 I’m sure he will comment if he reads this 🤣🤣👍 he nay even have pics of two others called Tod and Bruno two other decent dogs, atb At 

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My mates two dogs catch foxes for fun, retrieved dead to hand 🤣 that brindle dog is what I’d call a proper fox dog, the red dog is good aswell , suprisingly fast , if I was still into lamping fox 🦊 th

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Bedlington grey my mate had, don’t see many like him now, serious foxing dog pre ban, atb At 

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Just waiting for an old half cross bull greyhound to come in season. I ve always run quite heavy dogs but am really considering putting a greyhound over her . Jake s right in what he s saying , on big fields these heavy dogs struggle on the turns. Top end is no problem but they get turned inside out. No good having a massive head if they can t catch what’s in front of them 

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21 minutes ago, jake824 said:

Just waiting for an old half cross bull greyhound to come in season. I ve always run quite heavy dogs but am really considering putting a greyhound over her . Jake s right in what he s saying , on big fields these heavy dogs struggle on the turns. Top end is no problem but they get turned inside out. No good having a massive head if they can t catch what’s in front of them 

Your not going to go far wrong mate using a greyhound you know we’re you stand And what your going to get as your still at the beginning with a half cross I mean you could go lurcher to lurcher but could end up really scatter bred to cloddy by adding to much to the mix straight away you could end up with a proper throwback litter an end up no better off than what ya got to begin with. I’ve got a young bedlington x lurcher to lurcher bred We’ve worked all the percentages out of parents an grandparents an this pup works out half base blood small bit of collie but mainly bedlington the other half mainly greyhound with some deerhound an a tiny bit of whippet if this bitch makes the grade but it’s very early days like 4yrs to early lol (got to think a head) she’ll go back to a greyhound (a sprinter) as we’re technically at the beginning an starting again as we’ve done a full cycle an changed the base blood from collie to bedlington bred 

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I know exactly what u mean mate. I still have access to heavier dogs if needed but for the last 20 years I ve always been tempted to try adding the greyhound , but was always cautious about losing the fire in em. The bitch lacks nothing but pace so I’m very tempted to do the cross.

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2 hours ago, Balaur said:

Okay, I'm struggling a bit getting my head around this breeding malarky, so you use a pure breed to level off a mixed breed, unless you're line breeding . If you use two different mixed breeds they can throw all sorts of type. So this is why a lot breed first x or 2 Nd cross to prevent throw backs? I might trawl a few old topics rather than mess this up, some cracking dogs on here, cheers for posting...

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