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I don't post on here or come on here now I can do with out the aggro and argument just I googled Bedlington greyhounds to look something up but if you had no luck finding an F1 cross I have breed thes

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I don't post on here or come on here now I can do with out the aggro and argument just I googled Bedlington greyhounds to look something up but if you had no luck finding an F1 cross I have breed these.

 

Track bitch that had her last race February cross my working Bedlington dog.

I'll not be going through what my dogs are or aren't on here but theres some here if you have been struggling to find the cross.

 

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25 minutes ago, baldockbanks courser said:

I don't post on here or come on here now I can do with out the aggro and argument just I googled Bedlington greyhounds to look something up but if you had no luck finding an F1 cross I have breed these.

 

Track bitch that had her last race February cross my working Bedlington dog.

I'll not be going through what my dogs are or aren't on here but theres some here if you have been struggling to find the cross.

 

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Looks a nice litter ,how many pups she have bud ? 

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35 minutes ago, Moocher71 said:

Looks a nice litter ,how many pups she have bud ? 

9 1 born dead 1 tiny runt that died at a couple of days .

Left with 5 dogs 2 bitchs.

 

My take on the cross is yes they a jack of all trades but going on experience around my area it the last 15 years you can't justify owning a dog purely for rabbits, this is a handy size cross that you will be able to take out and do a bit of everything and for someone who is limited to or doesn't want to own a load of dogs to have 1 dog that you can enjoy and find plenty of work for that's got to be a good thing for both owner and hound, I think you'll struggle to find a better 1st cross for this purpose but that's just my opinion.

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2 hours ago, baldockbanks courser said:

I don't post on here or come on here now I can do with out the aggro and argument just I googled Bedlington greyhounds to look something up but if you had no luck finding an F1 cross I have breed these.

 

Track bitch that had her last race February cross my working Bedlington dog.

I'll not be going through what my dogs are or aren't on here but theres some here if you have been struggling to find the cross.

 

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Looks a nice litter! Sire looks the real deal Beddy 

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51 minutes ago, baldockbanks courser said:

9 1 born dead 1 tiny runt that died at a couple of days .

Left with 5 dogs 2 bitchs.

 

My take on the cross is yes they a jack of all trades but going on experience around my area it the last 15 years you can't justify owning a dog purely for rabbits, this is a handy size cross that you will be able to take out and do a bit of everything and for someone who is limited to or doesn't want to own a load of dogs to have 1 dog that you can enjoy and find plenty of work for that's got to be a good thing for both owner and hound, I think you'll struggle to find a better 1st cross for this purpose but that's just my opinion.

I 💯 agree with your opinion fella On beddy xs.a good beddy x is a very adaptable dog that can just be used for a bit of everything  👍🏽 
good luck with your pups pal not that your need no luck finding homes for the remainder of the litter there be snapped up 

 

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8 hours ago, baldockbanks courser said:

9 1 born dead 1 tiny runt that died at a couple of days .

Left with 5 dogs 2 bitchs.

 

My take on the cross is yes they a jack of all trades but going on experience around my area it the last 15 years you can't justify owning a dog purely for rabbits, this is a handy size cross that you will be able to take out and do a bit of everything and for someone who is limited to or doesn't want to own a load of dogs to have 1 dog that you can enjoy and find plenty of work for that's got to be a good thing for both owner and hound, I think you'll struggle to find a better 1st cross for this purpose but that's just my opinion.

I totally agree with you bud ,I got a first x my self and they definitely jack of all trades .

 

 

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