Talk:Australian Staghound

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I've been looking in the history now. As of Januari this year, one link was removed from the source, linking to a breeder. As i do understand why this was done, it is my opinion that this is not right since this "breed" is not recognised a breed but a is more of a landrace. Theese dogs ARE what the breeders say they are. If a breeder decides his dog is a staghound, well, then it might be. Therefore i have used a source like that for the new article - that is to be improoved. --Knight of Ni (talk) 22:05, 6 April 2013 (UTC)