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17 minutes ago, SheepChaser said:

Yep terriers mate. Bred worker to worker line bred for 9 gens. And Lurcher wise I was thinking some bull x fox lines but also Some lads rabbit dogs etc 

yeh there are some collie cross lines that have been going that long...

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

Wheaton bull grey x deer grey, fast strong, can't fault her. 

Thought I'd jump back on this thread and chuck a couple pics up of tara 

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4 minutes ago, mC HULL said:

There’s collie crosses bull x and rabbiting mix been at it 30 year if I wanted one a them types I’d get one lol not get a collie none worker put it to track greyhound and hope for best 👍🏽 

thats what i was talking about....line bred worker to worker.....

not a half cross like you mention.....im also not a fan of the half cross collie grey.....in fact im not a fan of any half cross...apart from a grew

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4 minutes ago, TOMO said:

thats what i was talking about....line bred worker to worker.....

not a half cross like you mention.....im also not a fan of the half cross collie grey.....in fact im not a fan of any half cross

👍🏽  best way if I wanted a collie lurcher I’d wait if needed to get something like that

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ive seen the sire to that dog work and hes a handy animal.....and lots of you that were here in the early days will remember moorman of here ...his lad was great at the photos....thats were some of his breeding is from....just good honest lurchers predominatly collie grey....but there are dashes of other bits in there....

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On 18/03/2021 at 11:02, stevemac said:

Pures bitch from NZ dog nungloo works em on big game.

If you can, pop photos of the dogs up mate. Pretty sure we all love seeing stags and runners from other countries on here 👍

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There are some lovely dogs on here lads ;)

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