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' URUGUAY ' PATION FOR HUNTING FISHING AND FOOTBALL !! , I will expose the view of the world of TERRIER hunting dogs in my country, and what I philosophically believe about dogs

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44 minutes ago, Terriero said:

Airedale Terrier de trabajo,Fox terrier wire, 2 terrier brasielos

Nice to see a airdale working 

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1 hour ago, Astanley said:

The amount of biting Saurez does he would fit nicely into your Uruguayan pack.

He would Stan but he's over shot 

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nice to see other fellas from countrys far and wide and what there hunting is like and what they hunt....is that a small boar the dogs have got...or some other south American animal.....

and it would be nice if the fella don't get hounded of the site like the other chap from Patagonia .....

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Nice dogs, I like Airdales, nearly had one years ago but got an Irish terrier instead!

What size are they over there 22", 25kg?

All the best mate, 👍

 

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On 25/9/2020 at 4:10, TOMO said:

Es bueno ver a otros muchachos de todos los países y cómo es la caza y lo que cazan ... es que un pequeño jabalí que tienen los perros ... o algún otro animal sudamericano .....

y sería bueno si el tipo no fuera perseguido del sitio como el otro tipo de la Patagonia .....

Jabali europeo,and I no longer care what those who don't share my photos or what I say say say, as long as I'm not an administrator, and if anyone's interested I'll follow, yesterday I'm going to go hunting and I couldn't hunt any, I found 2, but as a scoop with terrier-like dogs if they're not boys they don't catch them, just me with my rifle, but he doesn't ask you to see in the woods

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2 minutes ago, Terriero said:

Jabali europeo,and I no longer care what those who don't share my photos or what I say say say, as long as I'm not an administrator, and if anyone's interested I'll follow, yesterday I'm going to go hunting and I couldn't hunt any, I found 2, but as a scoop with terrier-like dogs if they're not boys they don't catch them, just me with my rifle, but he doesn't ask you to see in the woods

Wouldn’t worry about them, keep posting some of us like your dogs 👍 atb At

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On 25/9/2020 at 7:32, jpt said:

Buenos perros, me gusta Airdales, casi los tenía hace un año, ¡pero obtuve un terrier irlandés en su lugar!

¿Qué tamaño tienen allí 22 ", 25 kg?

Todo el mejor amigo 👍

 

thank you, if here are those of the standard and those that are used to hunt 'they are all who have a resemblance to an airedale type dog 'here hunters do not understand much of pedigree or standard breeds,if it looks like it is already named for that breed and to breed and go hunting, here it is very similar as in its origins hunting with dogs of breed , despeus came the Kennel and ruined all the dogs...

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1 minute ago, All-terrain said:

No te preocupes por ellos, sigue publicando algunos de nosotros como tus perros 👍en

👏👏👏👏👏👏👍

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