UKC Forum Member
Registered: Dec 2003
Location: Mercer PA
Ok. Let's say for argument sake I buy in 100% to your theory. Since there is no way to test it and no "control" group since all dogs are different, we will have to go simply on your direct observations and experiences.
Pre having coon shot out, how generally speaking, how would a hunter know when a dog "needs one". What do you observe in the dogs behaviour that lets you know it's time to enact your conservationslist tactics.
Following a coon, what improvements, generally speaking do you observe. Do you find the dog hunts harder? Tracks faster, gets treed quicker, more accurately, and trees harder (measured by barks per minute) than pre coon?
How long does this coon anger last?..generally of course as all dogs are different.
Your list of dogs is impressive on your signature, so you must be doing something right. Don't be offended if someone wants to learn from your experiences.
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