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ProudOkie
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Small tree dogs for squirrel maybe coon

Well as much as I want a big dog like a hound or maybe a cur, I only have small tracts of land to hunt. Who has ideas or pictures for a small frame tree dog I can hit small woods with and not be done hunting the entire property in 10 minutes??!

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Small dog

Get you a mountain fiest there small smart an gamy they tree squirrels possums and coon easy to handle and bout train them selves there fun to hunt and start there self pretty quick they hunt in and around you and if they are like mine they get t nice mouths mine was treeing squirrel at four months without any help from me check em out

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Re: Small dog

You know I have seen a bunched of feist and have a buddy trying to sell me some...but dang those upright ears are just plain ugly (no offense feist guys lol). I would like to get one with tipped ears mabye that will make me feel more hound like

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Get you a mountain fiest there small smart an gamy they tree squirrels possums and coon easy to handle and bout train them selves there fun to hunt and start there self pretty quick they hunt in and around you and if they are like mine they get t nice mouths mine was treeing squirrel at four months without any help from me check em out

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Fiest

They donít all come like that mine isnít like that even though Iím like it send me your number Iíll send you a picture of him and he has a really good mouth for a 18 pound dog naturally bobtail whoís your friend Iíd love a nice looking female pup young dog or maybe the right thing older dog

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I agree Iíd look at a feist,laika, or I even have had fox terriers that would tree anything they saw

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https://www.facebook.com/groups/13935581289 This is a pretty active site. There is always someone offering puppies.

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I am a Laika dog guy for the last twelve years. They will tree or hunt anything you want to hunt. I got away from feist because of the coyotes tried to kill my fiest. They seem to leave Laikas alone but that doesn't mean a pack wouldn't try. I recommend you get this book on Amazon by my friend Vladimir Beregovoy called Hunting Laika Breeds of Russia before buying a Laika. It will help you make a decision on your needs.

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I am a Laika dog guy for the last twelve years. They will tree or hunt anything you want to hunt. I got away from feist because of the coyotes tried to kill my fiest. They seem to leave Laikas alone but that doesn't mean a pack wouldn't try. I recommend you get this book on Amazon by my friend Vladimir Beregovoy called Hunting Laika Breeds of Russia before buying a Laika. It will help you make a decision on your needs.

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Little dogs

If you've not found alittle dog to suit you try a kemmer hybrid their anywhere from 15 to 35 lb and can catch anything hunting buddies mine will make a squirrel and do good on coon as long as she don't have to beat around on cold feeder track I've also caught bear alone with her fun little dogs if you want pics txt me 865 228 0885

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Re: Little dogs

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If you've not found alittle dog to suit you try a kemmer hybrid their anywhere from 15 to 35 lb and can catch anything hunting buddies mine will make a squirrel and do good on coon as long as she don't have to beat around on cold feeder track I've also caught bear alone with her fun little dogs if you want pics txt me 865 228 0885


Ya those r cool Lil dogs. I made the mistake of letting the wife get a mini schnauzers now she wants to breed terriers lol

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