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At the moment I have a young Russell bitch only about 11 inches to her shoulders but fears nothing I’m just wondering what’s your thoughts on starting her and the best ways I know stop ends and everything I’ve had couple terriers before but I have no one to give her a stop end with.. Would any of you Rely on self entering?

Looking for advice for the coming season she’s only 12 months..

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10 minutes ago, Kingofthelamp said:

At the moment I have a young Russell bitch only about 11 inches to her shoulders but fears nothing I’m just wondering what’s your thoughts on starting her and the best ways I know stop ends and everything I’ve had couple terriers before but I have no one to give her a stop end with.. Would any of you Rely on self entering?

Looking for advice for the coming season she’s only 12 months..

Self enter hole ending learn a dog nowt , bitch only 12 month old let her have summer an try next season 👍

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20 minutes ago, terryd said:

Good dogs just go when they are ready. Both of these started them selves and were crackers. 

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Cracking pair of Russell’s there always been my favourite type can’t beat a good Russell 

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Talking out your arse mate .Terrier choice is down to personal preference not colour or type .I’ve seen very good examples of all types .The blacks are more popular due to the fact they seem to breed more workers from a larger gene pool .

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1 hour ago, foxdropper said:

Talking out your arse mate .Terrier choice is down to personal preference not colour or type .I’ve seen very good examples of all types .The blacks are more popular due to the fact they seem to breed more workers from a larger gene pool .

Exactly fd shame really 

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9 hours ago, foxdropper said:

Talking out your arse mate .Terrier choice is down to personal preference not colour or type .I’ve seen very good examples of all types .The blacks are more popular due to the fact they seem to breed more workers from a larger gene pool .

what ever pal 😃

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On 11/03/2021 at 20:15, Kingofthelamp said:

At the moment I have a young Russell bitch only about 11 inches to her shoulders but fears nothing I’m just wondering what’s your thoughts on starting her and the best ways I know stop ends and everything I’ve had couple terriers before but I have no one to give her a stop end with.. Would any of you Rely on self entering?

Looking for advice for the coming season she’s only 12 months..

Last thing you should do is show it a stop end and anyone who tells you thats the way to start a terrier is a f**king idiot.If its got anything about it get it out and about next season and it should be able to find its own fox and work it at its own pace.

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On 11/03/2021 at 20:15, Kingofthelamp said:

At the moment I have a young Russell bitch only about 11 inches to her shoulders but fears nothing I’m just wondering what’s your thoughts on starting her and the best ways I know stop ends and everything I’ve had couple terriers before but I have no one to give her a stop end with.. Would any of you Rely on self entering?

Looking for advice for the coming season she’s only 12 months..

My terriers have always self-entered, they'll go when they're ready. When they've entered, it's sometimes more important to know when to hold a keen young' un back.

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Didn't explain myself properly!
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Show it a roadkill fox, let it realise that it's fun to rag on the carcass and it should remember the scent when it's old enough next season, that's when it's breeding should kick in, just after the curiosity factor 😊

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17 hours ago, dillydog said:

Show it a roadkill fox, let it realise that it's fun to rag on the carcass and it should remember the scent when it's old enough next season, that's when it's breeding should kick in, just after the curiosity factor 😊

I think some only ever see road kill D 🤣

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