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#1620083 - 06/19/10 09:02 AM Re: Culling dogs...... [Re: kirby]
podunkcowboy Offline
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Registered: 02/09/10
Posts: 362
Loc: central florida
Ive seen some of those fox pen bred inline running Walkers burn a foxs behind up for 6 hours or more.

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#1620087 - 06/19/10 09:14 AM Re: Culling dogs...... [Re: podunkcowboy]
gonzaga Offline
Die Hard Member with a vengeance

Registered: 01/22/02
Posts: 4365
Loc: Raton, NM U.S.A.
I only wish I could let my dogs run for miles on end like that. You see, where I live, there is alot of private land and big ranches that are family owned and operated. There are ranchers that would just as soon shoot a dog that is running anything even a coyote. Most of the hunting I am gonna do is close range, I am not shooting coyotes that are 500-1000 yds off, even with a camera, I want them close. I have called them for years, and have had good success. The reason I got my dog was to have a hunting partner that wasn't gonna wuss out on me. My dog may not be "the best coyote dog that you have ever seen", but I am not planning on hunting with you either. I am planning on hunting with myself and my dog, and if one my friends around here that want to come along. But I doubt that you will be giving me a ring.
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#1620101 - 06/19/10 09:40 AM Re: Culling dogs...... [Re: gonzaga]
kirby Offline
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Registered: 12/15/04
Posts: 7902
Loc: nowheresville
I see some raised hackles? No gonzaga. I'm not interested in hunting with anyone on this site. I hunt alone or with one of my Bro's or close friends.


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#1620106 - 06/19/10 09:46 AM Re: Culling dogs...... [Re: kirby]
gonzaga Offline
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Registered: 01/22/02
Posts: 4365
Loc: Raton, NM U.S.A.
No raised hackles here. I have seen bleeding hearts before, I just ignore them.
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Tighten up your helmet and grab your crayons Turbo.....this could get bumpy....

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#1620109 - 06/19/10 09:52 AM Re: Culling dogs...... [Re: kirby]
Workman Offline
Die Hard Member II

Registered: 07/17/06
Posts: 1592
Loc: Manti, UT
This thread has taken a turn for the worst, I don't think it could be written and re-written enough that we all have our own standard and our dogs have to suit us and that's how they earn their feed. Its turning into a rambling diatribe against an important and essential aspect of sporting dogs, culling inferior stock (for breeding). As far as I have seen, no one has attacked anyone personally and that respect is admirable, but I don't see any more productive information coming from the ranting.
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#1620120 - 06/19/10 10:06 AM Re: Culling dogs...... [Re: Workman]
kirby Offline
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Registered: 12/15/04
Posts: 7902
Loc: nowheresville
I agree Workman, I believe most everyone has made their point, later.
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#1622154 - 06/22/10 09:31 PM Re: Culling dogs...... [Re: kirby]
poser Offline
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Registered: 04/30/10
Posts: 255
Loc: Spring City, Utah
Screw Workman and Devin.....what do they know?.....flamers!!!...lol

I originally posted this topic to get a view on how stupid some dogs owners are....but then again, we all can't be rocket scientists.

If we were smart we wouldn't have hounds at all. Thats why im in this game....."straight up as stupid as they come" but im ok with that.

I'm not gonna cull a dog for something i should be able to fix or for a habit i have created....unless i can't fix it. Most of us have probably ruined more dogs then we have made, if we are being honest. At the same time i'm not gonna feed one i dont like either. "Why would you feed a dog you don't like?"

I think in most cases people have a harder time getting the full potential out of their dogs. Unfortunatelly most of us dont live the life style to make great dogs....we just keep livin the dream and pluggin along.

I have littermates to dogs that are owned by outfitters that hunt for a living....there dogs are 100 times the dogs mine will ever be. Thats just how it is..... We just keep breeding culls to culls and hope for the best....

How about more pics and less argueing about nothing....by the way my dog is better then your dog Workman.

take care, jason
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#1622173 - 06/22/10 10:06 PM Re: Culling dogs...... [Re: poser]
Catdawg Offline
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Registered: 09/13/09
Posts: 121
Loc: Nevada
Poser- You remember what Frosty did after you told him "Screw them [beeep] bears"... You saw the pic.

I sure hope he don't get on here and read this, Brian and Devin will be in for a rough go round.

LMAO!

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#1622327 - 06/23/10 01:59 AM Re: Culling dogs...... [Re: Catdawg]
Duane@ssu Offline
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Registered: 04/24/01
Posts: 4095
Loc: Gods Country
I also think this post has run it course.
Once again Poser, thanks for a "chuckle".
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#1622531 - 06/23/10 01:17 PM Re: Culling dogs...... [Re: Duane@ssu]
Ben Jimmy Offline
Die Hard Member

Registered: 06/22/10
Posts: 768
Loc: LA
I got one of the best dogs I've ever owned for free. The man I got him from bought the dog for $500 but gave him to me because he barked to much. I still have the dog & he does like to bark, but I will own him until he dies. I've been offered as much as $2500 for the dog on more than one occasion. Just goes to show that sometimes one mans trash really is another mans treasure.

As far as culling goes. If a dog doesn't meet my standards he usually ends up dead. No reason to sugar coat it. That said I don't have a problem with giving a cull to someone that just wants a pet, & doesn't hunt. I have yard dogs that are the kids pets, my hunting dogs are kept up & I only handle them when they are working.


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#1622560 - 06/23/10 02:16 PM Re: Culling dogs...... [Re: Ben Jimmy]
lon0121 Offline
Die Hard Member III

Registered: 05/10/10
Posts: 2718
Loc: southern kentucky
to each thier own
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#1622766 - 06/23/10 08:17 PM Re: Culling dogs...... [Re: lon0121]
DonJose Offline
New Member

Registered: 12/13/09
Posts: 11
Loc: Deep Red Creek
Doesn't take a whole lot of work to turn a few hounds down on a coyote and run them.It takes a little more work to get a dog to decoy for you!!There was a great dog man years ago in the pointer game name was Robert G. Wehle maybe you should read how he developed his breeding program.Bottom line is what works for you want work for the next, and to most hunters that go out a few times a year to hunt ducks,quail,are even coyotes may not be able to tell the differance from a meat dog and a jam up dog.Seen it to many times.I would never ever ever sell are give a cull to anyone period!!!Thats why dog men now have a bad name and if a man spends time getting a strain of dogs he likes then by all means he should be able to profit from them.You just have to be honest with your self and cull and cull hard.Exposure is the key and training but most people dont and cant do either.
A cull is a cull is a cull.

Jason

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