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Hi all just a quick question, i have a 9 month old collie whippet grey, cracking little dog apart from barking, shes not bored or anything, she stays with her mum who never barks and ive never had a lurcher that has barked so just worried its something she may do when i start her on the lamp this winter, what do you think?

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Under what circumstances is she barking? is she trying to get attention, getting her mum to play etc??

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Not really, its more any slight noise or just the postie she goes mad 

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Mine is the same silent hunting but he held a group of 6 builders at the gate one morning. They wouldn't come in until the wife told him it was ok. 

His great guard dog 

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Optimistic you'll be fine. Amongst the dogs I've had there have been 3 first cross Collie x Grey's and they all barked at home but were silent hunting. Current dog prone to letting out a disgruntled growl if he just misses a rabbit but it's never got beyond that 👍

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Over here pigdogs are supposed to be completely submissive to all humans according to the APDHA,due to the potential danger when loose out bush.The dogs I had years ago ignored people when hunting but were still good guards on the ute and at home.I think it makes hunting dogs  more all round useful.

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