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Dale Doran
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24 Feb 2012 07:23


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So all those with Cosmic Chief pups what do you think?


Joanne Froud
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Hi Dale ..I have 11 off them cosmic chief and melenia bale they are full on and there 16 weeks and 20 kilos already chaseing anythink around even a butterfly today was so funny they are great in there yard we do spend a lot off time with them but by the look off it going to have champions lol like we all hope for ... Jo


Dale Doran
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Well if they're anything like their Dad Joanne then they'll chase through a lead wall!!!!!!

Great to hear.


Brad Napper
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24 Feb 2012 11:05


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20 kg at 16 weeks thats huge in my book. How many pups were there? Was the bitch big? I think he'll be a good stud just needs something to proove itself for people to get on the wagon


Joanne Froud
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They are huge plenty stews etc and no mel wasnt big asked a lady that whelps down heaps pups 3 weeks before she had them she guessed 5 or 6 nearly fainted when there where 11 but there all healthy happy john plays them they chase anythink and everythink ..


Joanne Froud
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your not wrong Dale we are happy with them few greyhound trainners been to have a look one bloke been in dogs for 30 years he just loves them makes sure he calls in every couple weeks to see how there grown havent had any trouble with them at all so far they love there hydro baths and cuddles so lets hope they plod along nicely ..



Frank Cornish
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27 Feb 2012 10:07


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VERY excited, purchased lovely 5 mth bitch pup today ,,COSMIC CHIEF x SHEZ GOT SPARK.from Siyan Kennels. Many thanks to Donna for her advise, assistance and PATIENCE in helping us select a pup for our family venture..



Frank Cornish
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28 Feb 2012 07:11


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Would anyone know age and when his first litter arr.



Glenn Hatton
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28 Feb 2012 08:01


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Frank Cornish wrote:

VERY excited, purchased lovely 5 mth bitch pup today ,,COSMIC CHIEF x SHEZ GOT SPARK.from Siyan Kennels. Many thanks to Donna for her advise, assistance and PATIENCE in helping us select a pup for our family venture..


Can I ask what you paid Frank?



Glenn Hatton
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brad napper wrote:

20 kg at 16 weeks thats huge in my book. How many pups were there? Was the bitch big? I think he'll be a good stud just needs something to proove itself for people to get on the wagon

4 months...20kg??? That's big!



Frank Cornish
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HI Glen. I dont mean to avoid the question ,but out of respect to the seller all i can say it was a pleasure to deal with SIYAN kennels. Donna is a credit to the industry with her business attitude and breeding vision. Our family is rapt to secure this quality bitch. Hopefully she can eventually make it to the track .She allows us good options going forward. My Milldean Panther straw is also a good match too. You can view her on data as i will be naming her COSI FAN TUTTE.,,,,, and in case im asked, the name comes from a famous Mozart opera. Hows that for some culture, eh. All a bit of fun really. Isn't that we are all in this for...lol. A great hobby anyone can be involved in. Researching this purchase was most enjoyable and i thank the many folk on g/data who have been gererous with their help etc, I can certainly recommend SIYAN aand Donna for your next pup. VERY pleased indeed. regards ,Frank.


Sean O'Donnell
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28 Feb 2012 12:06


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I have heard a rumour he is missing a bit of late! And can't blame frozens as they has been naturals anyone else experienced this?



Frank Cornish
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29 Feb 2012 02:59


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bump


Joanne Froud
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29 Feb 2012 04:03


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Sean we have a 11 so if he is missing theres a problem cause more then that id have a breakdown lol
Sean O'Donnell wrote:

I have heard a rumour he is missing a bit of late! And can't blame frozens as they has been naturals anyone else experienced this?





Jade Lee
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12 Mar 2012 03:10


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any news on his oldest pups yet?



Vicki May Caldwell
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12 Mar 2012 03:28


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Jade we have 1d-2b here via a track record producing brood and these pups do all needed..they are 5 mths old and keen as chase any thing that moves and the all have that natural galloping ability in a padock..
they are a good size and the male should go around 32-33kg when older.
We are impressed by his pups and he should be a leading sire of the future with his race record and breeding.
with the numbet of broods and pups he will have he will be a hit stud dog.



Jade Lee
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12 Mar 2012 12:34


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Are there any reports on break ins.?
I have a bitch due to whelp in may. She is by big daddy cool out of proper honey



John McAlister
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13 Mar 2012 05:23


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Jade Lee wrote:

Are there any reports on break ins.?
I have a bitch due to whelp in may. She is by big daddy cool out of proper honey


CLICK HERE is that her Jade


Jade Lee
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13 Mar 2012 05:57


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Yeah John that's her.


Jarrad Dale
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08 May 2012 05:56


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Whats this guys oldest pups, anyone have any breaking in yet? really considering using him....

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