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3 hours ago, skycat said:

I've always followed this advice: if it moults, strip it, if it's  a non moulter, like some Beddy types, then clip it. If you clip a dog that should naturally moult, then the fur never grows the same again, grows woolly and weird and you have to keep clipping them forever. 

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I’ve made a start on stripping mine tonight using an old hacksaw blade .  He’s been over heating. Still some to come off will have another go next week.    before and after

I've always followed this advice: if it moults, strip it, if it's  a non moulter, like some Beddy types, then clip it. If you clip a dog that should naturally moult, then the fur never grows the same

Shaved tonight,like a lighter version of himself lol

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On 01/05/2022 at 08:20, whitefeet4190 said:

I used to strip mine as I was worried about damaging his coat but on half way through the 3rd strip of the summmer I went an brought a pair of clippers, it’s alot quicker and doesn’t make much difference to how the coat grows back 

Don't talk about clipping l clipped my dog few years back. Tried the dog clippers no good. Got the horse clippers out f**k me the poor c**t was bald Once I'd started I had to finish.  Are lass was like wtf you done. I've used your horse clippers love. He's coat came back lovely though 

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7 minutes ago, Bangersanmash said:

Don't talk about clipping l clipped my dog few years back. Tried the dog clippers no good. Got the horse clippers out f**k me the poor c**t was bald Once I'd started I had to finish.  Are lass was like wtf you done. I've used your horse clippers love. He's coat came back lovely though 

Fancy tackling my undercarriage 

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I’ve made a start on stripping mine tonight using an old hacksaw blade .  He’s been over heating. Still some to come off will have another go next week. 
 

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18 minutes ago, Samrog said:

I’ve made a start on stripping mine tonight using an old hacksaw blade .  He’s been over heating. Still some to come off will have another go next week. 
 

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Good feet on him

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35 minutes ago, Samrog said:

I’ve made a start on stripping mine tonight using an old hacksaw blade .  He’s been over heating. Still some to come off will have another go next week. 
 

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What way is he bred mate and what height please?

 

 

I'm a nosey cnut see 😁👍

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5 minutes ago, Daniel cain said:

What way is he bred mate and what height please?

 

 

I'm a nosey cnut see 😁👍

Hi mate. 24 inch tts. He’s from a long line of beddy whip grey lurchers I  think some saluki in there too. Bit embarrassing maybe but when I bought him as a pup I didn’t ask too many questions about exact breeding.  I knew he was from workers and that’s all I was bothered about. He works well and I like him 👍🏼

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4 minutes ago, Samrog said:

Hi mate. 24 inch tts. He’s from a long line of beddy whip grey lurchers I  think some saluki in there too. Bit embarrassing maybe but when I bought him as a pup I didn’t ask too many questions about exact breeding.  I knew he was from workers and that’s all I was bothered about. He works well and I like him 👍🏼

I like him too😁....be nice over my bitch maybe,in a few seasons 👍DSC_1699.JPG.c2d35913c80801f7628aefbe2531d051.JPGDSC_0936.JPG.310f5ba3038d66fede380e9f08f2f0a8.JPG

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54 minutes ago, sandymere said:

Heat is one of the biggest downfalls of the sigthound and anything you can do to reduce its impact is positive.

just get a proper dog that’s fit 😂 had the 2 pups today got one from a dyke about 2 and mins until they lost it sandy spinning it trying it on the grass tracks easing following on the hard drill had it out the peas field a few times did well to be fair i thought i was in spain until i realised galgos can’t run like that 😂 👍

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8 minutes ago, Daniel cain said:

I like him too😁....be nice over my bitch maybe,in a few seasons 👍DSC_1699.JPG.c2d35913c80801f7628aefbe2531d051.JPGDSC_0936.JPG.310f5ba3038d66fede380e9f08f2f0a8.JPG

👍🏼 That would be good. See how he turns out he’s started well. 

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6 minutes ago, Samrog said:

👍🏼 That would be good. See how he turns out he’s started well. 

Wouldn't be for 2/3 seasons if I do take a litter from her,we have a few days)nights out first😉👍

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1 hour ago, mC HULL said:

just get a proper dog that’s fit 😂 had the 2 pups today got one from a dyke about 2 and mins until they lost it sandy spinning it trying it on the grass tracks easing following on the hard drill had it out the peas field a few times did well to be fair i thought i was in spain until i realised galgos can’t run like that 😂 👍

On the dust 

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