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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-25-2019, 10:43 AM
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As far as Iím concerned they arenít teaching them it for hunting. I just mentioned that because Iíve seen that method used in say hog dogs who kill boars. I believe these dogs are for personal protection...
I am friends with a woman who raises hog dogs. They don't kill the hogs. They track, chase, stretch and hold. And if I asked her about this method I am pretty certain her response would be NEVER!
Plus you could end up with a dog that was unsafe around small critters which would/could result in charges, fines and lawsuits.
Anyone who would do this needs help.
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Stretching..yes, that is what I witnessed. They did have e collars on for the call off. Fascinating? Yep. Again not my thing. I have seen PLENTY of hunting with gun dogs and treeing hounds. That is also fascinating. My favorite part of pheasant hunting is watching the dogs work. Well aside from the meal I put on the table. The Pheasant dogs have such soft mouths when they retrieve your bird. They have to..it's your dinner. GSPs and Springer Spaniels..amazing work. Working dogs in general really light me up. The only time I am accepting on a personal level of a full prey sequence would be barn ratting terriers. They have it down to an art.
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My bad my memory was foggy. I do remember seeing the dogs just holding down the boar. Reminder: I AM NOT THE ONE WHO DID THIS OR AM WITH IT! I just posted here to get your thoughts because I thought that was crazy.
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Stretching..yes, that is what I witnessed. They did have e collars on for the call off. Fascinating? Yep. Again not my thing. I have seen PLENTY of hunting with gun dogs and treeing hounds. That is also fascinating. My favorite part of pheasant hunting is watching the dogs work. Well aside from the meal I put on the table. The Pheasant dogs have such soft mouths when they retrieve your bird. They have to..it's your dinner. GSPs and Springer Spaniels..amazing work. Working dogs in general really light me up. The only time I am accepting on a personal level of a full prey sequence would be barn ratting terriers. They have it down to an art.
Totally off topic but the woman I know raises Catahoulas and I have an ongoing thing for her very gorgeous stud dog. He makes me drool.
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The only time I am accepting on a personal level of a full prey sequence would be barn ratting terriers. They have it down to an art.
The Youtube videos are pretty amazing, seeing these ratters work. I think I remember in one the dogs eat them and lose interest when full.
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The Youtube videos are pretty amazing, seeing these ratters work. I think I remember in one the dogs eat them and lose interest when full.
From what I have seen in my life, it is a dispatch ..then lose interest. That terrier death shake. It is really so interesting when you delve into reading about all the breeds, how they came about, what they were meant to do..
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