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I am needing more information on this bloodline, Multiflora, All I know is that it's an older ukc lineage but everyone ive asked about it cant seem to tell me much. Im needing to know what kind of dogs these were weather they were mostly big dogs or small dogs, fast or slow, wild or had great line control, and what crossed well with them if you bred them?Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.
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I believe if you post this on the UKC website, you will get the information that you are looking for.
I know of a few dogs with that name, and were out of West Virginia.
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Mandi, I know some about it, Larry Elliott is my neighbor and friend. We went to school together..Not sure what all you want to know,,fast and rough, usually males full 15 inch dogs..multiflora Whoop ash was the first World Ch.. Larry had a lot of success when he was competing..He sold one dog he won the nationals with to a hunt club in Japan for $10,000..
Usually scatter bark track dogs and run to catch style..I wouldn't say they ran with a lot of line control, or worked tight checks,they were not what you call xtreme hunt, not trashy, usually they could fly..we have had several good crosses with some of our Hurryup dogs..
I have bought a few from Larry over the years and liked them..
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