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Runnin Blue Workin True
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Just run them by themselves.
When the tailgate drops the bull$#!t stops
big mike 50
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How old is your dog? Does your dog have any experience at this time? What's you relationship like with this dog? Can you trust it, or better yet does it trust you?
"With God ALL Things Are Possible"
Zack and Tracy Waite
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i had a dog straight out of fc pound the ground levi and another fc pound the ground gype, he would not hunt but when the other dogs jumped them hed get in and steel the race so i give up on him i live on a farm i just turned him loose around the house all summer i noticed he was running every morning and evening, my father in law bought the dog and now i wish i never sold him he is a brush busting rabbit hunting fool that could make fc. i think him being loose tought him if he was going to run them he had to work for it
raccoon crk kennel
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I agree just take him by himself where you know there is a sh@#T load of rabbits may take a little time. But should come around
Home of Black Rock Kennels
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Some of the best dogs that have ever lived learned their trade by running loose.If you can get him started and you have a place that is safe to turn him loose and run an his own that is about the best you can get.It dose tend to make them hardheaded and hard to control but once they get going good you can always kennel them and a e-collar will get them back in control.
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If they cant solo i aint keepin em. shouldnt need anything but a rabbit and let him on it.
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big mike 50 wrote:Just run them by themselves.
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