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the blind dog came from cork to a man in waterford then on to wexford,

as far as i no.

No of the blind dog well and he was got from Monahan with a bitch aswell,the bitch got a slap of a car on a road and was killed' and there was only one dig to him in Waterford, and when the lads dug down to him there was no game' but the dog was f**ked, the blind dog only stayed in Waterford for about 8 months and was shifted on to Cork....the blind dog was 100% old Nuttal breeding with a white star on his chest....Mush :thumbs:

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the blind dog was sent down to cork from up the country. from what i know he was pure nuttall dog just a little imformation for ya bosco owner ended up with the blind dog.

the blind dog orginally came from carrickonshannon and went to waterford and from waterford to cork and then he as retired back to new ross

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the blind dog was sent down to cork from up the country. from what i know he was pure nuttall dog just a little imformation for ya bosco owner ended up with the blind dog.

the blind dog orginally came from carrickonshannon and went to waterford and from waterford to cork and then he as retired back to new ross

SPOT ON TOM....just got of the phone to the man that had him,he said that must be around 15 years ago and he was coming back from Belfast in the Leitrim Cavan direction and when he got to the place it was a very bad night and had to drive up a big long lane way up to a fram where he met to brothers and had the dog of them...Mush :thumbs:
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there not kerry blues in fell or patterdales joe hefferren was one of first men to bring patterdales to south of ireland plus he brought kerry blues to england which were bred in waterford and are still been bred today joe died too years ago he had a kerry blue in his kennells which was bred by same family he had off all does years ago nobody knew what patterdale were thenthey had not be seen before

hi did that joe live in liester

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the blind dog was sent down to cork from up the country. from what i know he was pure nuttall dog just a little imformation for ya bosco owner ended up with the blind dog.

the blind dog orginally came from carrickonshannon and went to waterford and from waterford to cork and then he as retired back to new ross

Thats correct,P K dought the Blind dog one evening on a farm in leitrim. He was passing the area on his way home from somewhere further north. He later sold on the dog. Blind Dog was called Butcher at the time PK bought him. He was probably about 3 or 4 yrs old. He was mostly Nuttall blood. His father was a dog called Tiny bred from a dog called Jetson and a bitch called Pitch. Jetson and Pitch both came directly from B Nuttall. Butcher's dam was half Nuttall blood and her sire was Blackie unknown breeding. Blackie looked like a strong lakeland type. Very good dog. Hard but had a brain. handled himself very well.
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the blind dog was sent down to cork from up the country. from what i know he was pure nuttall dog just a little imformation for ya bosco owner ended up with the blind dog.

the blind dog orginally came from carrickonshannon and went to waterford and from waterford to cork and then he as retired back to new ross

Thats correct,P K dought the Blind dog one evening on a farm in leitrim. He was passing the area on his way home from somewhere further north. He later sold on the dog. Blind Dog was called Butcher at the time PK bought him. He was probably about 3 or 4 yrs old. He was mostly Nuttall blood. His father was a dog called Tiny bred from a dog called Jetson and a bitch called Pitch. Jetson and Pitch both came directly from B Nuttall. Butcher's dam was half Nuttall blood and her sire was Blackie unknown breeding. Blackie looked like a strong lakeland type. Very good dog. Hard but had a brain. handled himself very well.

 

 

thanks,good information,are many people keeping tight lines off the blind dog and bosco or is the blood back a bit now.

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Neil/Fionn does that blind dog originate from cork by any chance?

 

There was a very well know white dog bred,worked and died in Cork, called "The Blind Man". He was one of 3 main Sire's of the Cork white line, that still being worked by a lot of people.

Bryan

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