(1) That bloody lurcher cross breed was there again.(2) Grandad started to shake me, like a lurcher with a baby rabbit.(3) We were going to get a house and he wanted to get a lurcher puppy.(4) Annie is a lurcher - a crossbred dog - who was rescued by members of Limerick Animal Welfare following day and night searches in Castletroy.(5) Performances by the lurcher dog display team, horse shoe making competitions and displays by Otley Ferret Welfare, vintage tractors and dry stone walling, gave everyone something to look at.(6) There was something about the place, something in the air - not so much a smell, as an aura - that made you check your step, as if you were a rabbit sensing a lurking lurcher .(7) Crab, in this case, is played by a somnambulant lurcher called Ria.(8) After a fortnight of failure, a villager reported that the lurcher repeatedly visited one isolated house.(9) Some underfeed their whippets, lurchers , or greyhounds, because they mistakenly think these breeds are meant to be stick-thin.(10) The dogs range from puppies to an 18-year-old and include two lurchers , two German shepherds, 15 Yorkshire terriers and up to 20 other terriers.(11) In the following months, she went with Ye every afternoon after work to catch lurchers .(12) But hunt supporters want to show the battle has only just begun and will mass 1,000 hounds, lurchers , terriers, and gundogs outside.(13) Vinnie hunts rabbits for the pot with his three lurchers and maintains that his way of killing them is as humane as any alternative.(14) The date is also traditionally the first day of hunting meets and foxhounds, lurchers , greyhounds, beagles, minkhounds, terriers and other hunting dogs will all be taken along to Higham.(15) These mixed dogs were called lurchers , and many of them and their descendants ended up registered as Border Collies.(16) In 1824 dogs used by farmers for shepherding were greyhounds, hounds, pointers, spaniels, lurchers and terriers all of which were exempted from the dog tax if the value of the farm was less than £190 per year.