Deerhound


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Deerhound

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AS one of an abandoned litter of puppies, Edward the lurcher deerhound cross had little going for him.
The great deerhound lay at their feet like a heraldic beast.
Other British breeds at risk of dying out include the deerhound and the Dandie Dinmont terrier, named after a Sir Walter Scott character.
The other day, Shona, our Scottish deerhound, ate one of my home- made lasagnes.
Howling Siberian huskies greet me vigorously, a stringy deerhound puppy sneaks over for a pat, a tall and hairy Alaskan malamute sniffs eagerly and, somewhere nearby, I'm told, are a couple of pedigree New Zealand border collies and a collection of tiny, clipped lhasa apsos.
ASK any Deerhound owner and they'll tell you big is beautiful.
The deerhound made himself comfortable on Nick's bunk and was a blessed source of warmth to curl up against.
A boy is shown hanging up a stocking on a kennel, then leaving his deerhound out in the wind and snow.
Lassie Dear is dam of Deerhound and Foxhound by Belong To Me's sire Danzig, while a very short list of her sons and grandsons features AP Indy, Lemon Drop Kid, Honor Grades (by Danzig), Summer Squall and recent Group 3 Coventry Stakes winner Statue Of Liberty.
The deerhound bore him faithful company, making little of the snow-covered miles.
Christie Keith of San Francisco, California, has raised Scottish Deerhound puppies using Dr.