Working Lurchers

Discussion in 'Dog Sports' started by johnny1609, Mar 20, 2012.

  1. johnny1609 Active Member

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    rocky, billy and nia

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    billy

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    nia

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    gyp (bro-inlaws dog that i had to train for him)

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    rocky

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    rocky and nia

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    jess

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    rocky

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    4 hares

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    hare and fox

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    billy

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    nia

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    nia

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    tom and nia

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    4 hares and 4 rabbits

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    billy and a roe

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    tom

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    nia and billy

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    nia retrieving

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    nia
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  2. Luckydogwhisperer Well-Known Member

    Wow! You must have some talented dogs!

    Lucky
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  3. johnny1609 Active Member

    no just standard lurchers
  4. Dogster Honored Member

    I LOVE your dogs!!! (Well, I love all lurchers!!!) They are BEAUTIFUL dogs!!!:LOL:
  5. tigerlily46514 Honored Member

    WOW, very very impressive, such great looking dogs!!!!!!! wow!! Gorgeous dogs, really, and wow, so many ribbons!!
    are those hunting awards???
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  6. Anneke Honored Member

    Impressive!!
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  7. johnny1609 Active Member

    no theyre just from a comformation show we went to one day
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  8. Dlilly Honored Member

    Wow, your dogs are beautiful! It's cool you do activities with your dogs! :D I'd never be able to hunt with my dogs.... I don't want my dogs killing animals because we have farm animals, but also because I'm not a fan of hunting. I could do antler hunting though! :p

    Is there like some sort of hunting dog sport you compete in? (I no nothing about dogs and hunting...)
  9. johnny1609 Active Member

    No its purely for sport and it also makes the dogs pay for themselves as they provide there own food if I put the gear in front of them
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  10. Dlilly Honored Member

    It's good you have them eat what they catch.
  11. johnny1609 Active Member

    theyre fed on a barf diet anyway so its just part of it
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  12. tigerlily46514 Honored Member

    Johnny, that is brilliant, having the dogs catch their own BARF diet! I had never thought of that. Very awesome.
  13. johnny1609 Active Member

    rabbit is a good white meat with alot of protein and hare is a good strong meat aswell.
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  14. tigerlily46514 Honored Member

    i've had rabbit, and squirrel, but i find them hard to clean well, so that there is not even one bit of fur in it. (for humans to eat, i mean).

    Squirrels are reeeeeeeally hard to clean, imo. there is always at least one or two hairs in squirrel meat, so far as i know, anyway. Probably some ppl must be better at this than my hunter pals are.:ROFLMAO:

    but obviously, a dog doesn't need HIS meat cleaned. but i do!!:ROFLMAO:
  15. johnny1609 Active Member

    iv never took much notice tbh, and i usually freeze it for 3 weeks before they are fed it
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