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Hello, would just like a few pointers from the more experienced members than me on the best way or their particular methods of breaking terriers to livestock? I have a relative that keeps poultry on an allotment that would let me take my pup through, but he’s 5 months now and like most working bred terriers he’s feisty and excited by fur and feather. I wouldn’t want any nasty mistakes to happen so any advice would be very much appreciated. Thank you.

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Having access to stock early on with a pup is the way forward, mine isn't solid with stock but with most of there faults it's time I didn't have and paying the price now, little dog just required a no at 12 weeks and we lived in Wales , big dog hasn't seen much and is game for anything, will be doing a refresher shortly... But never trust once it's lost....

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