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breeding i did

Discussion in 'Patterdale Terriers' started by Blackpoison, Apr 22, 2018.

  1. Blackpoison

    Blackpoison Top Dog

    Bred my near 9 years old gould wheeler dog to a mate's small patterdalex bitch with some good working russel line in her and bit jagd too in her too lol hes keeping the whole litter.
     

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  2. mccoypitbulls

    mccoypitbulls CH Dog

    Very nice. I been learning more on the terriers. Fells and such
     
  3. Soze the killer

    Soze the killer Top Dog

    Get The Patterdale Terrier by Sean Frain.and The Fell Terrier by Brian Plummer.to great books on the breed.very informative reading in both books...........also some of Jonny Blucks books on terrier work are well worth reading........hope this helps with the learning.:)...
     
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  4. Blackpoison

    Blackpoison Top Dog

  5. Soze the killer

    Soze the killer Top Dog

    Darcy books are awesome!! ...........the Patterdale Terrier book is very well reserched.especially the origins of the breed and such.not working story's like Darcy books lol.....his are probably the best for working story's.....and his lurcher books are awesome to.........Scoobys my favourite Darcy book.
     
  6. Blackpoison

    Blackpoison Top Dog

    For history id go for plummer. Just too much bad reviews by hunters in regards to sean. Never read his book but read plummers book and work them hard treat like heroes by david harcomb.
     
  7. Soze the killer

    Soze the killer Top Dog

    I would say the Felll terrier by Plummer and the Patterdale terrier and the Middelton working Lakeland by Frain.are brilliant for the history and geographical locations,of the different strains of fell terriers.in fact the 3 books seem very accurate.............as for any other Plummer books.they seem a bit crazy.don't no about any other Frain ones........the Harcomb books are awesome.so are Darcy's.........Jonny Blucks,digging the dirt volumes.I find quite interesting to.................
     
  8. Blackpoison

    Blackpoison Top Dog

  9. Soze the killer

    Soze the killer Top Dog

    I no mate I read it before lol...his book The Terriers and Terrier Men Of Ireland is well worth a read.theres no book like it explaining the stains and terrier men from Ireland..it's awesome each terrier man has a well researched chapter............
     
  10. Blackpoison

    Blackpoison Top Dog

    Caught him climbing the cage and jumping off 6 feet high panels lol

     
  11. First time I saw these patterdales was in the early nineties , they were some old nuttal stuff some of them were even white and furry
    I shipped a couple to USA to canam boy's and that dude that had the old boomerang dogs forgot his name
     
  12. damn forgot that dog farmer boys send over , his lungs were all dusty and coughing , dusty or something , late eighties
     

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