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Registered: Nov 2011
Originally posted by DL NH
Another thing that is important is hair coverage on the feet especially if you run on snow covered ground much. Obviously, most coon hunters that live in the North, depending on how far North, won't be running coon much for at least 3-4 mos. of the year. I like my Snowshoe Hare hounds to have big strong legs, big rounded feet, no splayed toes and well covered with hair.
Wouldn't care if every hound I ever own from this day forward was built just like this guy. He floats on bare ground and slides through the snow while pursuing the Snowshoe Hare! I really enjoy him.
Thatís a good looking hare hound...is he purebred beagle?
Training dogs is not so much about quantity, it's more about timing, and the right situations...After that it's up to the dog....A hunting dog is born...
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