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Registered: Aug 2013
Location: Seneca, Mo
Re: Outstanding track dogs
Originally posted by Kler Kry
I've always admired tracking superiority and have observed that the common problem that their owners had was reproducing another from them. I believe that it was because they couldn't find a dog of equal or superior ability to breed them to. They were forced to breed to a NICE dog and would produce more NICE dogs. The only times that I've seen the level of ability reproduced was when they were bred to the same bloodline that were NICE dogs and a superior individual would be produced again. This observation has lead me to believe that this level of superiority is genetically recessively controlled. Have you hunted with any dogs of superior tracking ability that reproduced ??
Cheyenne & Jennifer Cummings
Seneca , MO
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