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19 minutes ago, trenchfoot said:

Beddy x deer/grey to Whippet x deer/grey. Only young but showing great promise

 

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This bitch was, Sire; 1st x Beddy/grey. Dam; deer/grey - whippet/grey.;

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What I like to call an "honest" dog.

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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6 minutes ago, Black neck said:

Nice d

Cheers d👍🏽 She was that’s the one that got away she broke a grown mans heart🥲an gave me a hard heart in the process we’re dogs are concerned.....if they don’t make what I want there gone! If they die I’ll replace them at the first given opportunity the world stands still for no man 

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14 minutes ago, poxon said:

Had one similar bred to that chart but with a dash o collie in there but the big man up stairs took claim on her 

this bitch would be aunt to my current bitch

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That the litter sister to your white and black bitch?

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3 minutes ago, shaaark said:

That the litter sister to your white and black bitch?

Sister to the white bitch I got rid of that didn’t make what I was needing the white bitch was from the second litter that was a repeat mating the bitch above was the first litter the black bitch I have now is from the first litter I bred sister mate 

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On 08/04/2021 at 22:50, South hams hunter said:

This dog was that cross - he was cracking on deer and hare. Being 27tts he made deer look easy but he was a coward where teeth came into it. 

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Them piercing collie minshaw eyes south  😂 👍🏽 

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Just now, jackthelad said:

Bit bull in these deerhound crosses puts a bit of want back into them bitch on the left is a pleasure to have around great manners I think the bull mixes well temperam4D646B8A-279C-45A2-8B6F-097C334EB882.png.201d3b538048ffcf7a17e1e88d8b0b24.pngent  wise in this x 

ive heard a few people say that, lets be honest they're all laid back breeds so should blend well. the bull making up for what the others lack, lets be honest the reason we all use bull. crackers mate 👌

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On 16/03/2021 at 11:40, fortifer said:

This was my 3/4 deerhound 1/4 greyhound lost him at the weekend at 5 years old absolutely gutted.  Did everything I asked of him.

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You don’t see to many bred that way,nice

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