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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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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 w

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1 hour ago, Daniel cain said:

Cork es un lugar en Irlanda con su propio sello / tipo de terriers blancos ... Muchos llevan el capullo de las orejas erguidas😉👍

👏👏👏👍thank you very much cain,dirculpenme I many words I do not understand them , but I love to learn from you, I am in this forum only to learn, I will show something to add information,but my main goal is to learn a lot here, from the history of the Terrier and the bulls that are my country, and what better place than a British forum 💪💪💪, interesting about cork I like that thread, where can I learn and see those dogs?

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1 hour ago, Terriero said:

👏👏👏👍thank you very much cain,dirculpenme I many words I do not understand them , but I love to learn from you, I am in this forum only to learn, I will show something to add information,but my main goal is to learn a lot here, from the history of the Terrier and the bulls that are my country, and what better place than a British forum 💪💪💪, interesting about cork I like that thread, where can I learn and see those dogs?

 

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On 29/9/2020 at 17:19, eastcoast said:

FYI Terriero solo desde un punto de vista histórico, los perros que estás produciendo tienen un parecido con un tipo inglés antiguo. Supuestamente, el inglés White está compuesto por el Bull Terrier (inglés) y el Fox Terrier. 

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thank you very much for the, photo of the book, I love to see those books, unfortunately here excite, besides for the language I could not read them, I only read them taking a photo and passing it by the translator, if when I started with this type personal breed for geography modality and animals to hunt in my area look for a dog similar to the white English terrier,I am glad that guys like me perform it ,my line is of ,bull terreir , Fox terrier wire and whippet , I already have ordered 2 puppy of different lines of hunting dogs,bull terreir x Fox terrier wire, to continue opening the genetics and go ahead with the breeding plan of the personal breed to hunt a 'TERRIER CAROLINO'

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