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1 hour ago, mushroom said:

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 ;)

Here's a couple of 'roo dog pics a lad, Jackban, who I hunted with in Australia sent me;

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Cheers.

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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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2 minutes ago, chartpolski said:

Here's a couple of 'roo dog pics a lad, Jackban, who I hunted with in Australia sent me;

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Cheers.

They look almost pure grey. That first pic, that dog has some engine on the back end. Nice one Charts 👍

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12 hours ago, chartpolski said:

Here's a couple of 'roo dog pics a lad, Jackban, who I hunted with in Australia sent me;

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Cheers.

 

12 hours ago, mushroom said:

They look almost pure grey. That first pic, that dog has some engine on the back end. Nice one Charts 👍

Dog in top pic looks almost like mick the miller lol 👍

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6 minutes ago, TOMO said:

do you two really think that looks like a greyhound....??

surly your being sarcastic..

i would want my money back if someone sold me that and said it was a greyhound

 

Top pic definitely looks like mick the miller.

Many 1930's greyhounds didn't look as 'classy' as todays greyhounds. Most of my lurchers have looked racier and more greyhoundy than some of the earlier greyhounds.

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59 minutes ago, TOMO said:

T short in the back....and thick in the head..lol....just looks wrong to me...

 

18 minutes ago, mC HULL said:

I agree with tomo not long in back strong head and ears look bullish 

earlier greys do look a lot different shark 👍🏽 

 

6 minutes ago, mC HULL said:

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The angle that the pic is taken, of the dog in top pic, the front end of the dog is going 'away', making his back, and length of head, appear shorter than what they are. And the pic above of mick the miller, he looks fawn, but he was brindle.

 

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3 minutes ago, worldruler said:

love that dogs stamp, if only I could find something like this up in Scotland 

Cheers mate, not that i can take credit as i didn't breed her.

She was bred in scotland and there a few of her litter mates still over the border.

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