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Registered: Sep 2009
Location: Goshen, IN
In the late 80's through most of the 90's, at one time or another, I got to walk along in the woods with most of famous Stud Dogs of that era and see how the dog and just as importantly, how the handler operated.
I have never owned a male red dog but I would have owned this one if I hunted males. He was a loud, radical, bug eyed tree dog, and for the most part a coon dog before a year of age. Harold had too many to keep at that time and I told him to call Alger Morgan as I new he was looking for something special. Before he had a chance to that, Kimberly Clark called him and bought the dog.
This was special animal that never really had a chance to breed any females. Richard got it done after years of trying and spending THOUSANDS of dollars of his own money in the process. Whatever he sells these pups for, he will not come close to recouping what he has in this litter. This female that was bred is a very nice dog.
Snake was one of my all time favorite young dogs. I did not hunt with him as he matured but had several big time, well known Walker men tell me he was the best Red dog they had ever seen at that time.
Things have changed and we have many, many good Red dogs today to think about breeding our females to or buying a pup from thanks to the hard of many individuals on this board.
If I were in the market for a pup, I wouldn't have to think long about picking up one of these pups.
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