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Pat Miltons
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Breed standard/ Plott

Is it true the breed standard regarding color/marking has changed so that ukc will be able to register buckskins, solid blacks and such?

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The new breed standards for plotts is getting pretty vague. What I saw in the new posting there was no standard for ears or back, I guess so they can have roach backed black walker looking dogs.

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Tntlkhntr go back and read the whole standard. It does talk about ears and back. No roaching backs

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Re: Breed standard/ Plott

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Originally posted by Pat Miltons
Is it true the breed standard regarding color/marking has changed so that ukc will be able to register buckskins, solid blacks and such?
would breeding a solid black to a buckskin result in brindle pups?i have heard some breeders kept a buckskin they used in their breeding program secretly to keep them from becoming the solid black color . a breeder of English hounds told me every 3rd generation or so to keep the dark red color he fancied he had to breed to a dog that was dark bluetick to keep them how he fancied them . did plot men do the same with buckskins ?

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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.

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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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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Bruce m. Conkey
[B]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 totally agree and at times u get a high tan colored hound that should be allowed it a color that pure plott genes through

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