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The pup is growing away nicely.... The pup is 2nd gen first cross.. 4.5 months old 19" tts 

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1 hour ago, 'sully' said:

The pup is growing away nicely.. Off the same lines as my chocolate dog.. The pup is 2nd gen first cross.. 4.5 months old 19" tts 

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Smart mate strong looking animal 💪🏼👌🏼

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On 24/04/2020 at 18:29, longers01 said:

Lovely looking pup that sully really like the look of that mate atb longers01 

Cheers pal, was very happy with the older dog so decided to bring on a pup .. Very forward pup, happy out with him. 

 

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23 minutes ago, 'sully' said:

Cheers pal, was very happy with the older dog so took a pup from the same line again... Very forward pup, happy out with him. 

 

How’s that older dog getting on by the way mate atb longers01 

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16 hours ago, longers01 said:

How’s that older dog getting on by the way mate atb longers01 

The picture with him standing was a week ago pal

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Glad he doing what he bred for mate and all the best with the young one atb longers01 

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The best type % bullx I think 2nd gen 1x bullx grey, plenty of guts and enough pace for lamping👍

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9 hours ago, bird said:

The best type % bullx I think 2nd gen 1x bullx grey, plenty of guts and enough pace for lamping👍

I've seen enty of digs throw like 2nd crosses from a first cross mating.. Suppose it all depends on the dog really 

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1 hour ago, 'sully' said:

I've seen enty of digs throw like 2nd crosses from a first cross mating.. Suppose it all depends on the dog really 

thats true,   and  not all are over big, you can get few racy ones, and say if the other dog is a whippetx grey x pit , you get more variation  ok, but deff get lighter type dog . but as you say its the dogs used  some bulldogs get 20 -22in  , get small greyhound if poss, you get nice size dogs from them. the ones i seen back in the 80s were 1xs and quite racy , not bad in the lamp , fast enough , but not great stamina, but alot of bullxs are the same unless you had another breed, either , collie, or saluki,  drop of bull in lurcher x lurcher is another good type lurcher.

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5 months old now about 21/22tts, very good temperament and very quick to pick things up. 

 

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