Deerhound Jumping 2

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7 years 5 months ago #29824 by Teratyke
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Deerhound + co fence jumping part 2. Thanks CiCoch

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7 years 4 months ago - 7 years 4 months ago #30930 by Doxhope
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Spot on mate..I just love to see lurchers and deerhounds jumping..

My BECKY, Doxhope Ambecky jumping a five bar gate.

Like my dogs, I bite back..HARD
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7 years 4 months ago #30934 by Spring
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Both ours jump, not something we've taught them. There was one instance when at a local country fair,
we entered Callie in the lure coursing. A very short course, Callie went off on a flyer got to the end
and cleared the stacked hay bales where the lure went, looking for it. Fergal has also jumped over that
orange plastic fencing while running a stright course:P
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7 years 3 months ago #31024 by Trowsahound
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OMG dont tell Dirk he could do that, it would be a nightmare for us as we are surrounded by livestock on all sides. I NEVER encourage mine to jump - how do you keep them in?

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7 years 3 months ago #31056 by Lurch8252
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Our Lurchers used to jump 6 foot fences with ease, but that was back in the day when dogs and owners were not handed asbo's for anti social doggy behaviour!
We've never taught Murph to jump, so as Trowsahound says, please don't tell him! he would be off down the park, chasing everything in sight!

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7 years 3 months ago #31058 by Joerg Yoki
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Hello Bill,

How high is the gate in cm or inch?

Thanks for a answer.


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7 years 3 months ago #31059 by Joerg Yoki
Joerg Yoki replied the topic: Re: Deerhound Jumping 2
Hello Lurch8252,

Wow, 6 foot ( 1,8 m) this very high.

I have build our fences 6 foot ( 1,8 m).

I think(hope) my Yoki can not jump over 6 foot fences.

Here in Germany is the problem, the hunters can shoot of dogs,
if this hunt wild animals.


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7 years 3 months ago #31060 by Joerg Yoki
Joerg Yoki replied the topic: Re: Deerhound Jumping 2
Hello,

I have measured our fence now.

The height from our fence is 2 m ( 6,5 foot) .

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7 years 3 months ago #31063 by Lurch8252
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The main fence around our garden is 6 foot where we fenced it, but along one side is an alley that runs from our road to another little close and is maintained by the local council, it is only 5.5 foot. Our garden is quite big and as Murph was a serial digger, hubby put a 3.5 foot pretty fence around one section to stop the dogs getting in there. He has never attempted to jump this small fence. If we have little children round, they can play safely in there and not get knocked down or tread in pooh. I worried about the outer fence, Murph will stand up there and look over, as kids who walk past tend to talk to him, again, he has never attempted it.

Our Lurcher years ago used to love my neighbour, she used to bring him treats out, the fence between our then gardens was 6 foot and if he heard her come out with a treat, he would scale the fence with ease. Those dogs were taught to jump, Murphy never has.
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7 years 3 months ago #31071 by farnorth
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our fence is 6 foot high and although our deerhounds all jump they never try to jump out of the garden even when in the front garden where the wall is only 3.5 foot high they just stand at the wall and wait for people to pass and pet them, saying that i wouldnt leave them in the front garden on there own but if they are out in the country they will jump whatever comes in front of them
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7 years 3 months ago #31095 by Doxhope
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We had a six foot fence around all our pens, one of our bitches when in heat jumped the fence into her brothers pen, got mated but did produce and American champion a reserve American champion and three cracking workers..I LOVE to see deerhounds and lurchers jumping

Like my dogs, I bite back..HARD
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7 years 3 months ago #31096 by Doxhope
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Joerg and Yoki wrote: Hello Bill,

How high is the gate in cm or inch?

Thanks for a answer.


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Joerg and Yoki dh:)


Not six feet..but a fair height, I will find out for you, same bitch could jump 6 feet+

Like my dogs, I bite back..HARD
billdoherty.co.uk/

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7 years 3 months ago - 7 years 3 months ago #31097 by Lurch8252
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DOXHOPE WROTE:
We had a six foot fence around all our pens, one of our bitches when in heat jumped the fence into her brothers pen, got mated but did produce and American champion a reserve American champion and three cracking workers..I LOVE to see deerhounds and lurchers jumping
Oh Doxhope, that reminds me of many years ago we had a bitch in season, in the kennel, neighbours 2 doors up had a Staff Bull Terrier called Boss, he didn't bother jumping their 6 foot fence, he went straight through it! he was found outside our back gate with his tongue hanging out, poor boy - where theres a will theres a way!
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7 years 3 months ago #31108 by Dylan
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I learnt the hard way that a front garden fence would be handy..Torrum shot past me :ohmy: on Christmas eve out into the snow and he was off down the street jumping ,leaping,spinning have a fab time...:woohoo: there I was chasing after in my suit screaming at my neighbour to help me catch him..I was sooo worried thankfully DD (darling daughter) brought the chocie lab out into the street which caused Torrum to go dashing back up to the house.Him and Dylan are quite a team now they had a ram raid on the kitchen cupboard the other night and got the malteasers..yeah and my sunday roast meat..:angry:

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7 years 3 months ago #31112 by Joerg Yoki
Joerg Yoki replied the topic: Re: Deerhound Jumping 2

Doxhope wrote:

Joerg and Yoki wrote: Hello Bill,

How high is the gate in cm or inch?

Thanks for a answer.


Best regards
Joerg and Yoki dh:)


Not six feet..but a fair height, I will find out for you, same bitch could jump 6 feet+

Hello Bill,

Thanks for your efforts.

Best regards
Joerg and Yoki dh:)

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6 years 8 months ago - 6 years 8 months ago #34826 by trevor
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Here is Milo my Deerhound Cross in Nov 09
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6 years 8 months ago #34838 by Elise
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What a great photo and jump. Really clearing it nicely.

Ronan one of our deerhounds has also taken to 4 -5 ft wall clearance recently! Thanks Elise

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6 years 8 months ago #34840 by Ironstone
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Trevor that's a fine photo for this jumping deerhound thread. Yeaaah Milo! I'm just back this morning from purchasing some six foot farm gates for a new property I'm fencing. It has horse fence around the perimeter already to which I'm attaching square mesh fencing and then these gates. I hope to encourage the deerhounds to stay in while still allowing the deer to leap out. Having reread this thread however, I'm wondering if it's all been a waste of money! :unsure: :S :dry:

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6 years 8 months ago #34847 by Robb
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Ironstone wrote: Trevor that's a fine photo for this jumping deerhound thread. Yeaaah Milo! I'm just back this morning from purchasing some six foot farm gates for a new property I'm fencing. It has horse fence around the perimeter already to which I'm attaching square mesh fencing and then these gates. I hope to encourage the deerhounds to stay in while still allowing the deer to leap out. Having reread this thread however, I'm wondering if it's all been a waste of money! :unsure: :S :dry:


Shelley, you have 7 Deerhounds and they co-exist with Deer. How have you trained the hounds to not chase and attack the Deer?

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6 years 8 months ago - 6 years 8 months ago #34848 by trevor
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Thanks for your comments,with milo as regards jumping i started on very low jumps first,then certainly not untill he was over 2yrs did i increase the height,allthough to me some dogs are natural jumpers anyway.What i have also learned is to keep the nails short because of the pressure on the toes when landing.atb,trevor.(here is another photo)
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