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This "Beddy type" won shows, but was first and foremost a working bitch. Beddy Type classes are nothing new up here, she won the Beddy class, the Under 23" class, and best in show, 13 year

Get your self a bedlington bred lurcher to lurcher worker to worker bred mate don’t piss about if your going to work it getting hung up on that bedlington x whippet stuff there’s a lot of rubbish bein

I was once passing there and saw a chap. Bent over a sheep i inocently asked are you shearing ? To which he replied no go and get ur  feckin own? 

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1 minute ago, Daniel cain said:

Yes pal, I think you have to have a certain number of posts to use it👍atb

2 hours ago, Daniel cain said:

Send a private message to Mr. Northern light... And he may be able to help you out 👍

Hi mate.would it be possible for you to send him a message with my number?07480460609.

Yeah I saw the posts I thought I have done that as I tried also to put the ad up lurcher wanted.just trying to learn the site.a bit rusty lol.sounds good guys on here and I really appreciate the help.its been so frustrating trying to message this guy and not knowing if he got it,it's driving me mad ,

Happy days tho.

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25 minutes ago, Badgerpig85 said:

Hi mate.would it be possible for you to send him a message with my number?07480460609.

Yeah I saw the posts I thought I have done that as I tried also to put the ad up lurcher wanted.just trying to learn the site.a bit rusty lol.sounds good guys on here and I really appreciate the help.its been so frustrating trying to message this guy and not knowing if he got it,it's driving me mad ,

Happy days tho.

Take your number down pal🙈be patient, interact on the forum, then send the man a message 👍

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