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Nice to see the greyhounds mentioned ?

I have known two in my life both pure greyhound that survived out on their own..

One lost for twelve weeks in Sherwood that came back fatter than when it was lost ?

Another a hound at Newark that lived six months that we knew of at least   

A mate caught it when it went into a new build with heaters on to dry for plastering ?


The bitch was a class act when out up on back legs scanning like a poodle lol

Once sighted it would creep in on its belly to rabbit trouble was it would easily catch the shushie but would swallow it in seconds ?

They bred it to a deerhound handsome looking beasts but couldn't kill anything even  in a phone box I saw most of the litter out ?

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On 20/01/2022 at 11:25, tomfromwest said:

I used to part time live in Spain They are hard on dogs in spain especially Podencos. We regularly when out in the scrub walking or on the canal on the bikes used to come across ferral dogs. If you managed  to get one to approach you and give him or her a bit of affection it was fatal you were stuck with them. I have the image of a bull type trotting past us with a flattened rat in his mouth trotting home which was probably an old concrete pipe left by the builders. My Mate in lanzarote once took a stray Jack in for best part of a week. His wife broke her heart as when they were going home in the Taxi the last view they had of the dog was it belting up the road after them as the taxi accelerated away. He puts that down as a big mistake and he is not wrong. Just the thought of that affects me as i'm typing.

I was in palma and they packs of street dogs just roaming about ,Spanish hunting dogs get a bad ol life .

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