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 on: March 22, 2019, 04:05:01 pm 
Started by WayOutWest - Last post by HuntingHeritage
 Well guess this is a good a time as any to introduce myself.

 My name is Monty Hanson, I was a hang around back in the beginning of the Texas Dog Hunters association I wanted to learn about hunting hogs with dogs and I learned a lot from TDHA members
 I was invited on a few hunts and did some volunteer work and fund raising for the big hunt competition TDHA did back then in HAlletsville
 I learned enough to figure out me and the way I was living was not cut out for it, too much time spent working on the road.
 fast foreward to today and I have spent the last 3 years figuring it out how I want to hunt and at the moment I have a loose baying BMC and a good catchdog prospect I got from RyanTBH (Thanks again!)
 and am looking to ad some more dogs as soon as po$$ible.

 I am not on facebook but it seems to be more active there which is no good for me as I don't do social media.

  This is from the TWDA Facebook page

 It gives more info on the bill

 I plan on doing some phone calls because my handwriting stinks and I am no fan of snailmail when it comes to elected officials.

 I have been reading this forum for quite some time I plan on filling out my profile and hopefully posting up some pics of my dogs.

 on: March 22, 2019, 02:18:18 pm 
Started by Black Streak - Last post by Austesus
I also run shorter range dogs so we can normally get to them pretty quick, making it safer for the dogs. Our dogs normally don’t go past 200-300 yards unless they hit a track. We do have strike dogs that are strictly bay dogs also that we run sometimes. If we aren’t running silent we will run one or two longer ranged strike dogs that are open, and all the other dogs will stick with them. Even our pits will stick with them for a mile or two

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 on: March 22, 2019, 02:14:39 pm 
Started by Black Streak - Last post by Austesus
We run ours as a pack, but we do sometimes have multiple pigs caught at one time. My Dum Dum dog will slip off and catch his own and sometimes the other dogs will catch another one on the way to him. I like them to stay together though. I notice that we do better when they stay packed tight, and then you spend less time trying to get dogs back together. We also don’t get dogs hurt very often because that many dogs tearing at the pig will basically shut the pig down and not let it move enough to do much damage. It’s not uncommon for us to get there and find the face ripped off the pig.

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 on: March 22, 2019, 01:42:39 pm 
Started by Black Streak - Last post by Black Streak
Is the intended purpose of the these bay breeds turned catch dogs and the bay catch crosses to find and catch their own pig or catch as a pack?     

 on: March 22, 2019, 12:16:37 pm 
Started by lettmroll - Last post by bigo
I had some hard going dogs from a certain cross that after some real hard running would fall out. I had them checked right after and it was low blood sugar. If I was hunting several days in a row, I would mix some electrolytes with karo  syrup and squirt in their mouth before I turned them loose. No more falling out or slowing down. It's more common than you might think.

 on: March 22, 2019, 10:52:25 am 
Started by WayOutWest - Last post by WayOutWest
You Texans might want to get political since you have a bill that has made it through committee to totally ban tethering of dogs statewide. It also bans the use of plastic barrels as doghouses.

 on: March 22, 2019, 10:14:30 am 
Started by Black Streak - Last post by Judge peel
Just cur dog no pit or dogo

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 on: March 22, 2019, 09:55:40 am 
Started by Black Streak - Last post by Black Streak
I figured most people were using some sort of bay breed or bird dog mixed with a catch breed such as pit or dogo.  Maybe even having a percentage of grey hound or stag in there.    My stuff is pretty different than that.   

 on: March 22, 2019, 09:36:49 am 
Started by lettmroll - Last post by HIGHWATER KENNELS
Yep,, hes full grown,,,, Your wife might've saved you a vet bill

 on: March 22, 2019, 09:26:29 am 
Started by lettmroll - Last post by HIGHWATER KENNELS
Man  I got a gyp that is 2.5 yrs old and about 3 months ago she had a diabetic seizure.. I have fed sportsmix for about 18 yrs now and have never had a issue with any other dogs so I started giving her bread about every other evening.  So far she hasn't had another episode since,,, She is out of Houston Valley and Star Mountain line...

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