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i like a progressive-pack style of hound.i run probably upper 7 speed hounds. i am looking for info. on bloodlines pp or even maybe a little slower, that naturally hunt hard and will hit the rough stuff that other hounds won't and no quit in them. would appreciate any info. thanks
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Im always looking for same thing, upper med,tons of grit,big nose but honest mouth. Let us know what you find
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Put me down for any left overs you might find for this type of hound. I don't want a pedigree "gonna be" however. I want an "iser" that can be seen in the field.
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I have a upper medium speed dog that has tons of grit, hunts half and actually jumps tons of rabbits... He's gonna be badass.
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grit = weir creek
The tadpole x weir creeks are really gritty too!
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I like Lanelines, Dingus x Yellow Creek stuff.
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Owl Creek wrote:I like Lanelines, Dingus x Yellow Creek stuff.
Ditto. Ad Gay to the list as well. Grittiest (is that a word?) dogs I've ever been around.
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My Laneline Dingus/ Yellow Creek/ Gay pup don't skirt no piles. I've really been impressed with her hunt and grit. The speed is there as well. She gets in alot of sight chases because she jumps most of her rabbits. I just need to keep feeding her tracks. Due to knee injury we didn't hunt or run this past winter.
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I trialed a Laneline male ( Laneline Yellow Creek Dingus ) in AKC mid-west. He is upper medium speed ,always on the line and in the check. I would say he is PP style all the way. Tons of hunt , big nose and I will doze through the roughest cover out there.
Contact Laneline Kennels for more info .http://www.lanelinebeagles.zoomshare.com/4.html
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