Too many DD litters? Quality?

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Re: Too many DD litters? Quality?

Postby Misskiwi67 » Fri Mar 10, 2017 12:42 pm

hicntry wrote:
Did you mean the "ability" rather than the "inability". Makes more sense that way.


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Re: Too many DD litters? Quality?

Postby AverageGuy » Fri Mar 10, 2017 1:45 pm

All my GWP puppies, and hounds before them, would chase healthy deer until I broke them from doing so. With an ecollar and a healthy deer population it is very easily done whenever I decide it is time to do so.

While still young I let my puppies go aways on a deer race to see how persistent they are going to be at it, and how well they do in finding their way back to me once they break off. Just another part of the exposure and learning process and I have them in the field young enough that they are too small to get very far away when they first encounter deer at close range. I gauge each puppy but for awhile I let em chase whatever they want until I have seen enough to start shaping them.
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Re: Too many DD litters? Quality?

Postby carramrod » Fri Mar 10, 2017 1:51 pm

hicntry wrote:
carramrod wrote:
hicntry wrote:Well, I guess that clears that up. Yes, no, maybe, maybe not, possibly, possibly not. Got it! :crazyeyes: :crazyeyes: Jonov hit the nail on the head as far as blood trailing. The rest.... no ones seems to know for sure.


Maybe only people that have lost an animal to a poor shot can only comprehend it.

I think AG, and Missk, lined it out pretty well. Sometimes all it takes is the inability to want to listen/read.


Did you mean the "ability" rather than the "inability". Makes more sense that way.


Nope, sometimes all it takes to be the smartest guy in the room is the inability to want to listen/read.
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Re: Too many DD litters? Quality?

Postby oldtimer » Fri Mar 10, 2017 3:42 pm

Hi, just get a DD, and then you will see.
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Re: Too many DD litters? Quality?

Postby TobyTx » Fri Mar 10, 2017 3:43 pm

My DD does not chase or track deer, no training required.
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