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Gould dogs off the Ken dogs?

Discussion in 'Patterdale Terriers' started by T.P.C., Jun 13, 2017.

  1. T.P.C.

    T.P.C. Pup

    Seems the Gould dogs as of late seem to be harder then nails. Could it be because the Middleton blood used?
     
  2. T.P.C.

    T.P.C. Pup

    How is Billy Jack as for a all around dog?
     
  3. Steeldog

    Steeldog Big Dog

    My Hammond's Patterdale has some Gould blood in it. I'll have to figure how to post his pedigree and show it to you. He's on the big side for a Patterdale. 20 lbs. I can't take him to ground but I'm waiting for bird season to end so I can hunt raccoon in the public land nearby.
     
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  4. T.P.C.

    T.P.C. Pup

    Actually I talked to Garry about BHP at one point. My biggest is 14.5# male, was asking about Billy Jack because last I new he went from a earth home to Texas.
     
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  5. T.P.C.

    T.P.C. Pup

    Not posting this to Offend any one. Just using this to show how or why the size of terriers tend to increase obviously using staff crossed. Over seas this is natural to Them because they are terriers. Some will be smaller some will be bigger due to the crossing.
     

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  6. I've been looking to purchase a pup for awhile. Can someone please point me in the rite direction
     
  7. david63

    david63 CH Dog

    Gary Hammonds
     
  8. T.C.P.they are hard as nails because of the Nuttal blood in them...and we all no why that is.
    suppose not all Gould dogs go back to Nuttal blood?but i bet most do regardless of what its ped reads.
     
  9. Come to think of it...mixing Nuttals lines with Midiltons lines and your gonna get hard tykes.
     

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