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 on: Yesterday at 04:44:24 pm 
Started by Rose Prairie kennels - Last post by Judge peel
The benefits of a medium to smaller size are many more the those 90 lb monsters. Some bigger ones might have some wind to them but not like a conditioned 50 lb pit. They move thru the thick stuff better and easier to handle on a lead. Easily loaded up or tossed over a fence. A hard mouth is a hard mouth regardless the size.

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 on: Yesterday at 04:21:25 pm 
Started by Rose Prairie kennels - Last post by Fixitlouie
Smaller if he can anchor it down will Always  be better.  So  many benefits to a smaller solid catch dog

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 on: Yesterday at 03:41:31 pm 
Started by Cajun Pet Express - Last post by Cajun Pet Express
I will be on the West Coast on June 15th -17th then east to Texas then Texas over to East Coast

Dave @ 1-985-516-6713 or emailing me 

 on: Yesterday at 01:59:50 pm 
Started by Aussie Dogger - Last post by Amokabs
Love those dogs!

 on: Yesterday at 11:50:19 am 
Started by Gibson - Last post by tmatt
If you have the ability to put a drain tube in it helps as well. I have had to do that on a few dogs that were cut bad.

 on: Yesterday at 11:46:11 am 
Started by Rose Prairie kennels - Last post by tmatt
A true APBT of any size gets my vote over any other breed of any size... 50 - 60 pounds is a good size. The smaller ones can get it done, it just takes a little longer

 on: Yesterday at 11:28:20 am 
Started by Reuben - Last post by bigo
Unraced as a two year old, first out in Feb. 2018, five wins in five outs in ninety days against the best three year olds in the world, that in itself is a super horse feat. If he pulls off a triple crown after all that, he deserves to be mentioned among the greatest of all time and Baffert as a wizard.

 on: Yesterday at 10:27:15 am 
Started by Rose Prairie kennels - Last post by Rose Prairie kennels
What is best in your opinion? Small or large. I like large because I feel like they won’t be as much of a “erring” for a big hog.

 on: Yesterday at 07:20:53 am 
Started by Plott1985 - Last post by Plott1985
Five days a week for weeks a month I have a 30 acre pen and 180,000 acres to hunt I can do everything from leashe breaking to finishing out or even just conditioning your dog if you have dogs that you are interested in just getting in the woods give me a call 318-560-1171 I can keep your dog busy They will get ATV experience boat experience as well as hold and a truck on a daily basis  not to mention lots of hog in there noses

 on: May 19, 2018, 11:45:35 pm 
Started by Aussie Dogger - Last post by Aussie Dogger
G'day all,
Just some pictures of a type of dog we run in a few lines that catch us pigs in all the terrains Australia has.

Peter Paulson Bull Arab Line, Liver nose.
Hard nose dog, find from vehicle. Medium range one out dog.

Peter Paulson/Scotts Brothers Bull Arab, Black nose Brindle.
Hard nose dog, find from vehicle. Fast long range dog.

Peter Paulson Bull Arab Line, speckled  Liver nose.
Hard nose Gyp, find from vehicle. Medium range one out dog.

Pigs caught by Gem

Brian Neal Bull Arab line, Liver Nose.
Hard Nose Gyp, Find from the vehicle. Fast medium range finder and getting better.

Girl (Bully Girl)
Brian Neal Bull Arab line, Liver Nose. 
Hard nose GYP.Find from the vehicle. Medium range finder.

Mother Daughter, Girl & Billy with a good boar

Norm Evans BullArab line, Black nose brindle.
Hard nose dog. Find from vehicle. Long range finder.

Some of the hard country we hunt

Cheers Dominic

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