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1721  THE CLASSIFIEDS / THE DOG TRADE / Re: need a help dog on: August 02, 2009, 04:17:30 pm
what do you want to spend?
1722  HOG & DOGS / DOGS ON HOGS / Re: weatherford ben dogs on: July 29, 2009, 09:12:23 pm
pm yellow dog or email him at curdogcox@yahoo.com he has the tightest bred weatherford ben dogs you can get, even john wayne ross the gentleman you register your curs with is on his waiting list. he is as honest a man as there is has all the info you will ever want about them. I have hunted with his dogs a hand full of times only to be impressed every time.
1723  THE CLASSIFIEDS / THE DOG TRADE / Re: ridgeback for sale or trade (must go, make an offer) on: July 29, 2009, 01:52:29 pm
Whats she hunt like, is she gritty and catchy, how big is she?
1724  THE CLASSIFIEDS / THE DOG TRADE / Re: Anyone need a couple of lacys??? on: July 28, 2009, 12:46:55 pm
I paid 350 for the female a month ago, and was happy with her, the only reason i got rid of her is beause i like yellow dogs-she is a good dog to shut down and keep em bayed-I think i can still get you the papers on her if it helps.
1725  HOG & DOGS / DOGS ON HOGS / Re: Build me a heat tolerant dog on: July 15, 2009, 12:54:39 pm
There are 3 types of muscle fibers. 1 fast glycolytic as seen in sprinters and quater horses, 2 slow oxidative as seen in marathon runners and thorough bred horses. (pardon the spelling) 3. oxidative a combo you can breed for this. In the 60's the russians would test their olympic athletes for there muscle type and if they weren't ideal for their particular event would not allow them to train anymore. You can train to maximize the type of muscle fiber or to work towards the other way but your type of fiber will allow you to go farther with equall conditioning.
1726  HOG & DOGS / DOGS ON HOGS / Re: Need help!! dog aggression on: June 27, 2009, 12:04:07 pm
Dog whisperer on national geographic channell really works period, I have had the most extremely agressive red zone dogs playing with other dogs like puppies following his advice, you need to correct the action just before it happens. Getting him neutered will most likely do you no good, it only works if you do it before all ther hormones have developed, after hormones are developed (which is typically 9-18. or so) as soon as the dog recovers from surgery he,she will be the exact same way they were before. You have more patiance than I do - a rcd is not hard to replace.
1727  HOG & DOGS / DOGS ON HOGS / Re: Vitamins and electrolytes on: June 19, 2009, 12:03:07 pm
Good post ugly dog-the vitamins that guy talked about at the feed store are crap, just use horse salt normally cherry or apple flavored its like 20$ and lasts forever all feed stores got-em
1728  HOG & DOGS / HOG DOGS / Re: Veterinary brain storm…. on: June 16, 2009, 01:53:30 pm
If all is clear from the vet and there is no intestinal problems etc. go back to the basics. Nutrition is normally the answer to symptoms like that in all my patiants so I don't see why it wouldn't be the same for dogs, especially with summer hear they get mineral defeciant quickly, that stops b vitamin absorption and that leads to lethargy and depression basically. Problem is vitamins are synthetic and dont work- get on amazon.com or drop me a pm and order some standard process whole food nutrition, I recommend cyrofood, min-tran, and cataplex F. should cost about 50$ and last 4-6 mo. for one dog. They have nutrition specifically for dogs through vets but it will cost you twice as much as the human kind, just put the pills in there food and they eat them cause theyre made from liver etc. just my .02 good luck
1729  THE CLASSIFIEDS / THE DOG TRADE / Re: I'm Done! My last two rigdebacks for sale! on: June 10, 2009, 05:50:40 pm
No kidding he hunts bettet than 150 i wish i had the kennel space, he must be hell to kenell as a wild ass pup cause he is fine in the woods?!
1730  HOG & DOGS / HOG DOGS / split ear on: June 10, 2009, 05:41:30 pm
My cur has a 1/2 in tear from the bottom or the ear towards the middle of it, been trying cut heal and super glue, don't know if i should just keep trying the glue which seems to work a day or two or anyone else know how to get ears to heal and stop bleeding?
1731  HOG & DOGS / HOG DOGS / Re: need help asap on: June 09, 2009, 02:58:22 pm
I have a diplomait in nutrition and can give you several options in great detail if you want some really good cost effective cures send me a pm with your # and I will help all I can. For basic advise you are better off getting your dog loaded up on minerals previous to hunting him,(2-3 days and the day of your hunt minimum) I like horse dex salt (gatorade for horses)-makes em drink more h2o, and apple cider vinegar, and banannas, or raw eggs and there shell, more than pedialite, but they all are decent,and a combo wouldnt be a bad idea.

The main problem with heat stroke is a most commonly a mineral defeciancy. The the second is a vit F. defeciancy, When you get sun light it causes/activates vitamin d to move the minerals in your gut to your blood stream for muscle use, then vitamin F then takes it from your blood stream and puts them into your soft tissue and muscles. A break down at any part of this causes heat stroke, not enough water causes the the blood to get thick and coagulated making this process harder on the body. don't give your dogs or yourselves synthetic store bought vitamins they make this worse whole food nutrition or whole food pills are the only answer.
1732  HOG & DOGS / DOGS ON HOGS / Re: Dry Runs............ on: June 09, 2009, 01:57:25 pm
Glad to hear i am not the only one I have had horribble luck lately, my dogs that were trash broke have been looking for cows lately  Embarrassed Undecided
1733  THE CLASSIFIEDS / THE DOG TRADE / Re: Weatherford's Ben Gyp on: May 21, 2009, 01:14:51 pm
FYI bob cox goes by yellowdog on this forum has and currently breeds the tightest weatherford ben bmc's money can buy. He has the papers on all the dogs, can tell you all the history, the regeions they come from to tell if the papers are false or someone is b.s. ing you etc. John Wayne Ross the man who you send your papers into to register curs with is currently on yellowdogs waiting list for his next litter b/c when he Mr Ross registered yellowdogs last litter he said it was the tightest, best, line breeding he has seen in quite some time, and insisted on getting a pup from him. He doesn't advertize on this board to sell his pups simply b/c he doesnt have to, they go pretty quick at $500 a peice, but he will go out of his way to help anyone and his dogs have insane work ethic, even when they don't know what there hunting for as young 8-9 mo old dogs (bob starts em late) they are out 800 yards, i have personally witnessed this with severel of his pups, typically a good bit of grit as well on hogs or rank cattle. Not trying to kiss his butt however if any of yall are interested they are the real deal-get in line for one cause theres a wait.
1734  HOG & DOGS / DOGS ON HOGS / Re: Parker Curs on: May 14, 2009, 06:03:14 pm
My buddy Russell has axcess to some pups that just hit the ground i think both parents are parker curs or high percentage any wase. Russell 214 668 4217 tell him Grant says howdy
1735  HOG & DOGS / HOG DOGS / Re: Flies on dogs! on: May 14, 2009, 05:16:51 pm
I have been using the branco, it helps but i wish there was something better, it also takes alot of consistancy Embarrassed  Try ordering those bugs that stop the breeding cycle of flys and don't effect anything else, gundogsupply.com is where i got mine last year(i think) it worked great i need to order again.
1736  HOG & DOGS / DOGS ON HOGS / Re: Monster Boar Caught By Little Boar Ninja.........LOL........ on: May 13, 2009, 12:57:02 pm
Did the dog bring it to you alive in its mouth?? my buddies brought one back alive a month back about that size we thought it was weird he didn't kill it!? Just curious.....
1737  THE CLASSIFIEDS / THE DOG TRADE / Re: Wanted. . . Yellow BMC COWDOG on: May 13, 2009, 12:44:29 pm
My freind jj has a good ridgeback cow dog that he found and won't mess with hogs but runs cattle in and out of pins all day he only wants like a 100-150 for it. not sure how rough havent seen him work personally but he is a big (120lbs) rowdy dog. If interested send a pm and i will get you his number.
1738  HOG & DOGS / DOGS ON HOGS / Re: Can someone please explain??? on: May 12, 2009, 06:29:31 pm
My freind says he has one because it has a longer snout like a aligator and it and its puppies do have a different look than a regular pit. kind of like the difference b/w a bully breed vs the american vs the real small game bred ones, they are more popular around lousiana i have noticed but never heard of a man charging more for one, its prob just due to whatever long snouted spud mckenzie dog they crossed in its blood lines a while back Wink I would never pay more for one, these back yard breeders need to cull Evil
1739  HOG & DOGS / HOG DOGS / Re: BLOOD IN STOOL on: May 05, 2009, 10:15:26 pm
It is cocsiddia or however you spell it guaranteed, I have had it in two pups and heard of the same thin with severel freinds. Its from them eating their own number 2, or more commonly bird crap from them eating there food. You can get ALBON at the feed store and fixes it right up, the easiest kind is the kind you get for chickens to mix in the water. Its bad stuff get on it asap!
1740  HOG & DOGS / HOG DOGS / Re: dog loosing hair on: May 04, 2009, 06:08:37 pm
Try giving her cod liver oil and possibly magnesium- helps with allergies and skin.  defiantly add in the magnesium if she acts like she is frequently pooping but nothin comes. It doesn't sound like poor nutrition b/c it is generally bigger areas than what you said and they scratch it a modest amount but if so you would want to get em on some cheap minerals or buy expensive dog food, even if none of your other dogs eating the same food are not having the problem.
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