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When their chasing big yokes,it's in the hands of the gods ,it doesn't always go to plan,but I never stuck to just big rabbits either,I did hills and woodlands and rock strewn areas,if it gets up its game on was my motto lol

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Like a bull cross  but crapper 

I don't know why you have quoted me, when you are talking about mC ? But a couple of old sayings spring to mind; One about people in glass houses, the other about kettles, pots and black ! 😂

Quick hurry, whilst we got all them coursing cnuts on same thread we should lock it an throw it away, hopefully we get rid them all in a oner 😁

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7 minutes ago, jigsaw said:

When their chasing big yokes,it's in the hands of the gods ,it doesn't always go to plan,but I never stuck to just big rabbits either,I did hills and woodlands and rock strewn areas,if it gets up its game on was my motto lol

This silly c**t Mc doesn't understand getting a dog injured through his fault by letting the dogs run round like c**ts on a local walk out. Not on fens the simple c**t. He just goes local an let's them hunt up an pull owt up that's not coursing Mc. Now the picture you put up if that's done by out working there's a difference one man and his dog. But you can't educate pork like Mc he's a strange fruit.  

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10 minutes ago, jigsaw said:

Lucas is long gone,but he produced a few good litters

Tommy O'Neil from scotland has a few out of lucas x inka an lucas x crow there's a few lads from over Manchester way I've had the pleasure to be out with out of the 2nd mating of lucas x crow. 

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41 minutes ago, stonewall said:

saw that dog on the this website. i think he said he was getting on now, tan dog if i remember rightly.would have looked like a fine animal in its youth.

You'll be talking about Tommy O'Neil with tess his lucas inka bitch be knocking on now she'll be about 7 8 year old same as his crow dog. 

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45 minutes ago, stonewall said:

 i hardy ever see any of these type of dogs down my side of the country.

Lucas grand shire to my pup heard he was some hare dog atb Longers01 

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18 minutes ago, Bangersanmash said:

This silly c**t Mc doesn't understand getting a dog injured through his fault by letting the dogs run round like c**ts on a local walk out. Not on fens the simple c**t. He just goes local an let's them hunt up an pull owt up that's not coursing Mc. Now the picture you put up if that's done by out working there's a difference one man and his dog. But you can't educate pork like Mc he's a strange fruit.  

if a dog gets injured running about playing it’s just saved me time because it will be one that breaks down regardless 

i let pups get things up enter thereself bangers that’s how i do it

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2 minutes ago, mC HULL said:

if a dog gets injured running about playing it’s just saved me time because it will be one that breaks down regardless 

i let pups get things up enter thereself bangers that’s how i do it

Oh you strange deluded you must keep them ont lead till there 2 old 2 do ote then gently does it 

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7 minutes ago, Black neck said:

Oh you strange deluded you must keep them ont lead till there 2 old 2 do ote then gently does it 

i must be strange mate i only want hardy keen dogs 😂 😂 

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I have always let them play and chase each other and socialising with other dogs from being able to first go out I can't remember any serious injuries yes the odd banging in to each other .it's surprising how resilient pups are though .pups that are allowed to run and work out things for themselves obstacles ect seem to be less injury prone later and make better dogs  than a point and slip that's never had the same freedom .and I would think a pup that runs free learns manners quicker and picks up things quicker like scents ect because it's allowed to you can reinforce recall as many times as you want but you can't if it stuck on a lead  .but each to there own how they enter if it works for them 

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43 minutes ago, Bangersanmash said:

You'll be talking about Tommy O'Neil with tess his lucas inka bitch be knocking on now she'll be about 7 8 year old same as his crow dog. 

sorry the dog i was talking about was  a picture of a tan dog that looked like he was getting on in yrs a few wks back owned by jig saw. 

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On 13/05/2022 at 18:06, W. Katchum said:

No fancy lines needed 😁

The only fancy lines that silly lying c**t knows about, are the ones that go up his ugly little snout.  The c**t is full of absolute BILGE!!

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23 minutes ago, mC HULL said:

i must be strange mate i only want hardy keen dogs 😂 😂 

Letting them run about is not the way, get usen a harness and a 1000 yard retractable that's what the do on the big jobs 

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The pup I got off mchull is let to free run with the other 4 dogs here..when in the numerous fields I walk..she started from a young age of running and pretending to strike the neck on either terrier at speed..she hardly touches the terriers..I've never had a dog do it before..but she's done it 100's of times..its almost like she's practicing to strike..the coordination coming in at every angle possible and traveling at high speed is a skill in itself I think..it seems like its hard wired into her..almost like it's natural..

Roll on September she can put all that practice to work...

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