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Registered: Jan 2017
Location: mccomb, ms
Originally posted by Bruce m. Conkey
One of the best dogs I every owned was a Buckskin Plott back in the 60's. I followed the rules and didn't register him. There was a grade class back that I could hunt him in. I understand people trying to control the standards of a breed. But I think eliminating the Buckskin Plott from being registered was not something that benefited the Plott Breed.
Sorry if I offend and Plott Loyalist. Just my feelings on the subject and one that probably should have been kept to myself.
i had this same back and forth with some guys the other day on facebook. I don't understand how they are going to get mad that they added another shade of acceptable color to the plott. An english dog can be red and white, red ticked, blue ticked, and many colors in the middle. Walkers can be brown and white, tri color, black and white, and the list goes on and on. Why is adding a shade of color into a breed going to diminish the breed. If said dog isn't winning no one is taking their female/male to breed to them anyway.
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