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Night cry
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Run a track

But wont tree will fight a coon and is wide open track dog and fast !!! With company acts like he donít care to hunt and wontbtree with others and wonít tree solo what should I do ?? Heís two yrs old and hasnít been messed with much

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Won't tree

I have a Leopard the same way. Runs a track as good or better than any two year old dog I've ever seen. Trees for a little than quits. I hunt with Garmin and know where he's at on map and get there and on my way in most times see coon in tree. He is still milling and booing around in area but won't go back. Big mouth, handles like a dream, all the tools, but won't stay hooked

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