UKC Forum Member
Registered: Jan 2004
Location: Northwest Georgia
There are only a few lines that throw consistent accuracy and you have to guard it carefully, N. Williams is right on what he said👍🏼 All the rest are a box of chocolates, some will be accurate, some won’t.
If you watch it time and time again you will see they are born and not trained to be accurate, they are generally not one bark tree dogs, but can be.
They will locate then circle one time to make sure they are right. As a young dog they generally like to run more than they like to tree, been watching it for over 20 years 😊
Made a few crosses years ago with some top tree dog studs and watched the offspring go down in a single cross, became average in a hurry.
Thankfully I was able to cull and go back to the family lines, accurate lines are few and far between.
Striving to breed balanced Treeing Walkers.
"Life is short boys, Hunt an intelligent hound"
Born in sin, convicted by the Word, saved by Grace.
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