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1/4 JRT X 3/4 whippet; Cheers.

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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1 hour ago, tank34 said:

A grand for a bitch 900 for dog bred for money shamefull , defo breeding my bitch this year 4 or 5 pups spoken for an going for free to good working home 

500 hundred is about right I think they take a lot a time up unless left to there own devices 

I’d pay a grand though no bother if I wanted that dog if you want quality you have to pay sometimes mate 

weeks wage for a dog isn’t bad at all 

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3 hours ago, tank34 said:

A grand for a bitch 900 for dog bred for money shamefull , defo breeding my bitch this year 4 or 5 pups spoken for an going for free to good working home 

Your a good man Tank but personally I’d charge everyone £500 a pup and if they still have it at 12 months old they’d get their money back, nawt to stop anyone get a pup for nawt and then selling it on at a grand.

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On 28/01/2021 at 14:45, Loton Moocher said:

Proper working beddys  are hard to find these days ,so where are these wheaten earth dogs I’ve never seen one ? As for end of dig you could use a Rotty etc for that 

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3 hours ago, Mr Wilkes said:

Your a good man Tank but personally I’d charge everyone £500 a pup and if they still have it at 12 months old they’d get their money back, nawt to stop anyone get a pup for nawt and then selling it on at a grand.

Two staying with us one going to good friend who gifted me pups an one going to a mate he giving me spaniel pup back if would like one , not about money ,  £500 a lot to ask I'd not pay it myself , really would like a tackle but just can't justify paying £750 plus for a pup that may not make want you want dog for , don't think will find it hard to get good home be line bred 5/8 greyhound 3/8 beddy , the line well over 40 years old 👍

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1 hour ago, tank34 said:

Two staying with us one going to good friend who gifted me pups an one going to a mate he giving me spaniel pup back if would like one , not about money ,  £500 a lot to ask I'd not pay it myself , really would like a tackle but just can't justify paying £750 plus for a pup that may not make want you want dog for , don't think will find it hard to get good home be line bred 5/8 greyhound 3/8 beddy , the line well over 40 years old 👍

Cracking line of dogs 

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