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3 minutes ago, wyluke said:

And thats a big point to the jacking debate, i've heard people claiming someones dog has jacked, however i would say on quarry that should have never been put in front of it

This dog didn’t jack on my intended quarry, she caught them but she didn’t have the legs or wind for what I run on my ground. She got out run too much for me but no doubt would have caught more on smaller fields and was a handy dog on other quarry. 
 

Ive got a dog here now, looking good on a certain quarry but not started on my main intended pass time. If he don’t like that or isn’t fast enough but keeps on going like he is he would make someone else very happy.

Horses for courses and all of that. 

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Bred a litter of terrier pups a few yrs ago  and kept back 2 bitches..reared and treated both the same,had them out from pups,pegged out at digs so they could learn the crack,the smooth bitch went the

Remember this saying your dogs only have to please one person there owner not some bloke who thinks hes the world's leading authority in the running dog world enjoy your mutts and feck  any body else 

Posted Sunday at 13:21 "I was walking a pup I had in the valleys and happened into a chap who was shooting a bit close to me, to warn me away from walking near a field or what

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14 minutes ago, SheepChaser said:

I told king exactly what that bull x would and wouldn’t do mate. Her quarry wasn’t my quarry and vice versa. 

I was on the windup pal, I don't know what has or what hasn't gone off. 

Props to King for giving the dog a home. 👍

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33 minutes ago, SheepChaser said:

This dog didn’t jack on my intended quarry, she caught them but she didn’t have the legs or wind for what I run on my ground. She got out run too much for me but no doubt would have caught more on smaller fields and was a handy dog on other quarry. 
 

Ive got a dog here now, looking good on a certain quarry but not started on my main intended pass time. If he don’t like that or isn’t fast enough but keeps on going like he is he would make someone else very happy.

Horses for courses and all of that. 

ive said it before ill say it again lol

any bull cross is lacking speed and stamina on good size land mate they get out run 👍

 

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35 minutes ago, green lurchers said:

 owners play a big part in a dogs life and performance  no matter how it’s bred 

talks sense does the green lurchers unless its about you know what lol

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2 minutes ago, mC HULL said:

ive said it before ill say it again lol

any bull cross is lacking speed and stamina on good size land mate they get out run 👍

 

You know what I mean 😂 you might be a pain in the arse but a little bit of saluki goes a long way, not too much mind 😂 

Also depends how fast your bull x is 😂 I don’t reckon this pup will be slow. 

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1 minute ago, Greb147 said:

He bought dogs off working stock mate, he didn't decide what lads did with his dogs. 

And yes of course he was a peddler. 

 

but they produced mate 👍 didnt they ?

 

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1 minute ago, mC HULL said:

but they produced mate 👍 didnt they ?

 

Yeah, the Skipper dogs did yes. That dogs mark on the game can't be denied. 

Still, the bloodline was moulded by the game it participates in. 

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12 minutes ago, SheepChaser said:

You know what I mean 😂 you might be a pain in the arse but a little bit of saluki goes a long way, not too much mind 😂 

Also depends how fast your bull x is 😂 I don’t reckon this pup will be slow. 

i seen fast bull crosses mate its the turning and going again and again they struggle with lol

if only speed killed aye lol

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4 hours ago, SheepChaser said:

It’s not jacking though is it, it’s just become a c**t. Agreed that may well but be a reason to not breed the dog, but it ain’t got much to do with a lack of heart, dogs just a knob. Do agree if it decides to not take its quarry but takes other stuff then aye that lack of heart. 
 

The whole deer thing is a bit more complicated and I agree there is a lot more difference between a dog that pulls deer and one that pushes. That’s why I stuck to talking foxes as I think that’s more cut and dry ?

I've got a heartless knob here lol 

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