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Registered: Aug 2013
Location: Seneca, Mo
Re: Breaking off deer
Originally posted by wlewis323
Starting off some young dogs 2 of them might have got on a deer. what is the best way yíall have found for breaking off deer?
How old are they? Do they tree their own coon yet with any consistency? Around here we usually let it go until they are treeing coons and they typically nearly break themselves. Many may disagree with this theory but a pup that can run a deer like it is tied to it with that kind of drive usually make nice dogs that can actually run a track when they are older and put it all together. You can take out what is needed when it's time but you can't put it in them. Gamey pups that are hunting and doing something right wrong or indifferent instead of standing at you feet in the right set of hands nearly always make the kind most are looking for. WAY TO MANY ARE RUINED AT A YOUNG AGE BY PEOPLE WITH A SHOCKING COLLAR WHO THINK THEY KNOW WHAT THEY ARE DOING.
When the time comes for breaking them, set them up by turning the youngen directly out on deer and them start to work with the e-collar. Then you are the one in control of the situation instead of left to chance. After just a time or 2 the problem is usually solved.
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