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A photo i took the other day of my Deerhound x Greyhound   atb

I never tire of putting this picture up; Cheers.  

Seven weeks old, first cross Deerhound / Greyhound; Cheers.  

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@OldPhil I love that pic Very similar looking dogs and yours is just how i expect my lad to look when he's older - mines only 15/16months.

@chartpolski Also a top pic that, and a nice to see a name i remember from when I was here a few years ago. Good to see you again.


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4 hours ago, Bowie said:

A photo i took the other day of my Deerhound x Greyhound




Looks a nice rangy dog mate! We used to run a dh/gh x collie/gh 20 odd year back. We probably didn't realise at the time.. such a nice easy going bitch. A pleasure to be out with. 27.5 inch.. took a while to get up to a hare mind. Died hitting a wooden fence post striking a bunny!! 

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On 10/02/2023 at 09:01, jeemes said:

What I just wrote about Saxon above was supposed to be a reply to you Lurchers.

Sorry mate I’ve just seen this,Saxon looked the part and could run a good hare or bigger stuff but wouldn’t pick up.John gave him 1000s of chances on stuff to.

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On 10/02/2023 at 08:40, jeemes said:

That dog saxon was in the breeding of my bitch and she also would not pick up. She could spot things or hunt up, box things up but when it came time to strike it just didnt 8 times out of 10

I'm surprised you would breed from a stud which didn't strike. The owner should not have had him standing at stud with a fault like that. Perhaps you didn't know this when you bought your pup?

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14 hours ago, jukel123 said:

I'm surprised you would breed from a stud which didn't strike. The owner should not have had him standing at stud with a fault like that. Perhaps you didn't know this when you bought your pup?

There are quite a few people believe it or not who happily breed and sell pups from untested and/or faulty stock, and even more shocking they dont inform the buyers of the faults and even go as far as covering them up, leaving the buyer to think they are buying sound working stock. 


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On 16/03/2021 at 16:34, Daniel cain said:

That old beddy grey dog of yours still shooting out good man fat? 😁 


She's a lovely bitch mate👌I wanted a pup from this litter... Missed out..  Infairness the man offered me the use of the deerhound dog in the future... Another 2 seasons and I may just take him up on the offer if they both still around... My bitch is a proper trier but lacks that little extra speed... Think the dh would lighten them up 👍

I can't stand salukis, brought me nothing but bad luck over the yrs...  my bitch works out half grey, 1/4 bull 1/4 wheaton... IMG_20200603_194006_115.jpg.d1a33900bb2f05fb7ae6d603ed5c23f4.jpgDSC_0979.JPG.ef42321620fdb2f9f053a57fc3d1986c.JPG

Just out of curiosity, did you ever breed her? Cracking looking 

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