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Posted by rdmedders on 07-18-2019 12:13 PM:

Young dog

Iíve got a young dog thatís 15 months old. She treed her first coon at 11 months old and has treed a few more since then , but she hadnít treed anything in over a month! She runs track, but having trouble at the tree! She might bark up couple of times but never locks down ! Itís like sheís went backwards instead of forwards!?
Any ideas of what I should do? The only thing I can think of is Iíve havenít been able to get a coon out on her since March! Iím sure thatís a lot of her problem!

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Posted by oklared on 07-18-2019 06:13 PM:

PUT HER UP FOR A WHILE

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Posted by qchounds on 08-16-2019 04:27 AM:

There is a lot of scent out there with the kittens out... It's hard for a young hound to make sense of 4 or 5 tracks crisscrossing the timber. At least she is wanting to be sure instead of grabbing every enpty tree along the way....
What I've done in the same situation is follow close and when u see the dog check a tree and start to tree, tie her up there and check. If coon seen, encourage her and give it to her. Nothing like a little fur to boost her confidence.

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Posted by Pastor Mike on 08-16-2019 08:51 PM:

It's also really hot right now.....can't imagine the heat in Alabama. She could just be overheating. Lot easier for a dog to trail in the heat than it is for them to tree. Lymes or other tick diseases could also contribute. I would wait til it cools off a little and see what happens.

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