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red rocket / tonic / gravediger

Discussion in 'Patterdale Terriers' started by EA kennels, Jun 13, 2013.

  1. any one have info on them?
  2. ivebeen

    ivebeen Premium Member Premium Member

    What about them?

    Lots of info on them over on the Deadgame messageboard
  3. makaz24

    makaz24 Big Dog

    They look like the real deal. Looks like they got some bulldog in them
  4. toom

    toom Big Dog

    There Robert booth blood line dogs.
  5. has all fell trriers been crossed since they come to america?
  6. toom

    toom Big Dog

    Crossed with what other patterdale lines or bulldogs.There's not many PATT lines not like apbt.A good PATT breeder wouldn't cross into bulldogs he would breed to the best hunting PATT.
  7. Mickeyg

    Mickeyg Top Dog

    Putting some bull in them can help keep them outta earths if your only working above ground a good bull x is what the u need
  8. palooka

    palooka Premium Member Premium Member

    i had a double bred Tonic dog from Robert, ended up to big for earthwork and was a wee bit spooky, so no good to me. he told me he use ch black nailus over one of his patterdales, some worked , some to big but that he didn't continue the line as they weren't as good as his other stuff.
  9. fastevo

    fastevo Pup

    I had a Boothe dog, something like 16xTonic in his ped..... really nice dog, although he started a little slow and wound up too big for earth work (quite common for the Boothe bred dogs?), so he was shipped out to a buddy in the Dakotas. He was worked for a short time but was infected with CHP, he died from complications from it a few months later, my buddy was really liking how the dog was working. That is all I can tell you from my "semi-personal" experience. Regards, Steve
  10. thanks for the info!

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