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Where's this perfect ground at? Miles and miles of football pitch type ground full of game, Wiltshire is a minefield of flint to cut feet and legs so I found some greener land and the bramble vines have been just as bad, anyone wanna share their decent land? 🤞

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3 minutes ago, rob284 said:

Anywhere without eleccy fences 

Question is; walk around, step over with a little hop to avoid ya danglies or crawl under with the dog looking at ya funny.

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Yorkshire has some perfect land, what you need is the perfect dog to suit all terrains, woodland ,moorland, flat coursing land? flint hills, ect . Problem is does such a dog exist.

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53 minutes ago, keepitcovert said:

Yorkshire has some perfect land, what you need is the perfect dog to suit all terrains, woodland ,moorland, flat coursing land? flint hills, ect . Problem is does such a dog exist.

 

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Tales a funny dog to do it all everywhere. Cant say ive seen that dog yet. Seen a dog do a season in woods and forest same dog do bits on a fen didnt excel at either just bit of heart n brain kept his head above water.

 

If youd have took that bitch to a spot i know couple weeks back it wouldnts have sniffed a good one and i seen plenty of its siblings run.credit where its due looks in fine condition.

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I still think to run woodland dog needs to be brought up in it and still have a lot of luck. Also I had a dog that could run any ground unscathed , fast and agile, ran Hampshire flint , Welsh forest full of spikes, small fields full of barb but never caught much other than the odd rabbit. A lot has to do with self preservation and luck, I would hesitate to run the bitch I have now as she's not seen half the terrain the other dog did and she's full on through hedges fences etc, but she catches, it takes a lot of time and energy to give a dog all the experience it needs to run various land and quarry, time I don't have, but for the likes of socks who's out full time with dogs perfect, and that's a lovely looking bitch.

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I think it would be a trade off for speed for a tougher skinned dog with denser coats, but sight hounds are always going to thin the skin and unfortunately lamping doesn't lend it's self for a dog to always run smart.

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