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Yer he’s doing ok, this will be his first propper season where I will push him now and find out what his weaknesses are but going off last season I am really pleased with him 👍

beddy collie greyhound mongrely hybrid things is what I use if your not needing a specialist type dog for set job this cross has the jobs in hand 👍🏽 

The ideal lurcher is the one that works best for you in your country.

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53 minutes ago, Busher100 said:

Don’t talk out your ass a fast bull x will do all that with with the plus side of it’ll go down the beam to anything unlike them collie deerhoundys who pretend can’t see anything more than a rabbit😂

A fast bull cross 😂 is there such a thing ??

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On 03/10/2021 at 21:53, forest of dean redneck said:

How longs piece of string ?

What you hoping to catch edible or non edible ? 
methods is it mooching , lamping ferreting ? 
 Terrain your hunting on? 
 

everyone is going to suggest their favourite type of breeding , 

it pays to do your homework least now the internet’s available but you also got more bullsh*t to Wade through .

Mooching. I have had dogs all my adult life. I know dogs I understand dogs and think I train and get good results I am keen on quiet handling and can drop my dogs on a quiet hiss or squeek and hand signal so i understand what you guys are saying and understand you. I have personaly owned german Shepherds all my life but now the breed is totaly fxxxxd by the breeders and KC so I have a rescue working bred collie which has been a revelation. 9 years old and as fit and fast as when 12 months old. Its just that all of these years I have admired the dedication that goes into lurcher breeding. If I have been put off its because I once read ( it may have been Plummer) that greyhounds were not the sharpest Knife in the drawer. Never having trained a greyhound I dont know about that. 

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Just now, tomfromwest said:

Mooching. I have had dogs all my adult life. I know dogs I understand dogs and think I train and get good results. I am keen on quiet handling and can drop my dogs on a quiet hiss or squeek and hand signal so i understand what you guys are saying and understand you. I have personaly owned german Shepherds all my life but now the breed is totaly fxxxxd by the breeders and KC so I have a rescue working bred collie which has been a revelation. 9 years old and as fit and fast as when 12 months old. Its just that all of these years I have admired the dedication that goes into lurcher breeding. If I have been put off its because I once read ( it may have been Plummer) that greyhounds were not the sharpest Knife in the drawer. Never having trained a greyhound I dont know about that. 

 

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2 hours ago, tomfromwest said:

Mooching. I have had dogs all my adult life. I know dogs I understand dogs and think I train and get good results I am keen on quiet handling and can drop my dogs on a quiet hiss or squeek and hand signal so i understand what you guys are saying and understand you. I have personaly owned german Shepherds all my life but now the breed is totaly fxxxxd by the breeders and KC so I have a rescue working bred collie which has been a revelation. 9 years old and as fit and fast as when 12 months old. Its just that all of these years I have admired the dedication that goes into lurcher breeding. If I have been put off its because I once read ( it may have been Plummer) that greyhounds were not the sharpest Knife in the drawer. Never having trained a greyhound I dont know about that. 

All dogs are trainable if the owner has the ability to train, that includes greyhounds. Plus a lurcher is a hybrid which brings other aspects. 

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2 hours ago, tomfromwest said:

Mooching. I have had dogs all my adult life. I know dogs I understand dogs and think I train and get good results I am keen on quiet handling and can drop my dogs on a quiet hiss or squeek and hand signal so i understand what you guys are saying and understand you. I have personaly owned german Shepherds all my life but now the breed is totaly fxxxxd by the breeders and KC so I have a rescue working bred collie which has been a revelation. 9 years old and as fit and fast as when 12 months old. Its just that all of these years I have admired the dedication that goes into lurcher breeding. If I have been put off its because I once read ( it may have been Plummer) that greyhounds were not the sharpest Knife in the drawer. Never having trained a greyhound I dont know about that. 

If your into rescuing and working dogs give a greyhound a go I have 3 all are keen they’ll surprise you Plummer didn’t know f**k all he had collie xs ffs 🤦‍♂️ 😂

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To me a bull greyhounds profession is a dog for killing not pissing about pretending to be a all rounders hunting dog for bits an bats there job is point an aim for folding grunters,fox,an bringing large deer to book that’s there jobs not all round Lurcher work mooching,ferreting lamping rabbit or running hare retrieving shot stuff there a specialist dog to do the work all rounders can’t in volume. 

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35 minutes ago, poxon said:

To me a bull greyhounds profession is a dog for killing not pissing about pretending to be a all rounders hunting dog for bits an bats there job is point an aim for folding grunters,fox,an bringing large deer to book that’s there jobs not all round Lurcher work mooching,ferreting lamping rabbit or running hare retrieving shot stuff there a specialist dog to do the work all rounders can’t in volume. 

How can an all-rounder not have the capability of tackling the big gear? 😁

Surely an all-rounder is a jack of all trades, master of none. 

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1 hour ago, Greb147 said:

How can an all-rounder not have the capability of tackling the big gear? 😁

Surely an all-rounder is a jack of all trades, master of none. 

You trying to twist what I’ve said Likkle greb  next your be saying mc hull is a ferreting man with his saluki greyhound rabbit dog  😂

bull greyhounds
 a killing dog bred for killing I’m not nocking them as I like bull blood but there no all rounder who you trying to fool 

 

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3 minutes ago, poxon said:

You trying to twist what I’ve said Likkle greb  next your be saying mc hull is a ferreting man with his saluki greyhound rabbit dog  😂

bull greyhounds
 a killing dog bred for killing I’m not nocking them as I like bull blood but there no all rounder who you trying to fool 

 

Not many are all-rounders mate. 👍

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