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 on: May 13, 2018, 06:28:53 am 
Started by Jason Dunn - Last post by Cajun
Hey Larry. there are two Cajuns on this board. One is Cajun! from Fla. & the other is me, just Cajun. I have the Bayou Cajun Plotts & I have never commented on this post.

 on: May 12, 2018, 11:57:04 pm 
Started by Jason Dunn - Last post by parker49
who has said anything about beating a dog just to beat a dog .... i've said i'll get ruff as  i need  too ...... i get results in breeding and training dogs fact ....  we have 6 finished dogs here any dog will go find bay hogs day after day by themseleves and range  out several hundred yards  to find  sign ....i sold 3 last year  for 7 grand  young dogs son sold one for 6 grand finished the boy that hunts  with me sold one  for  4  grand and  my son got offeredabout 2  months ago 7 grand and the man already has  5  parkerdogs and said  he'd  come up on the price ........ and  i have seen times  on some  of em we have  had  to  get  on em perty hard ....thats  just since  last  year ....and  i already have  some young dogs finding hogs  i could sell now  if  i wanted  too ..... ya'll can have  it ......   about  a handful on here has raised and  trained enuff dogs  to fill a toyota ...but  let  someone posts and man scientific evaluations start  and thats  fine  its  all conversation ........but  ain't none  of  you can tell me  how  to train hogdogs  ...... have a good   one fella's  ....... oh  one other  thing before  i go ...cajun   i hunted  hounds  for  years won the 92 state coon hunt with a  walker gyp and qualified for world hunts  coon and  squirrel .. hunted with orval stayed at his place ..i been around dogs a long time ... i know  hounds also if they ain't running with the other dogs  by  6  to 9  months  old  kill em most  people do  ....curdog  is a different breed  ........

 on: May 12, 2018, 03:28:15 pm 
Started by hoghunter59 - Last post by Goose87
What do you keep her in, if possible put her on concrete and she will wear her nails down to where they need to be naturally, if her nails are affecting her movement then it’s messing with her posture and that has a ripple affect that leads to other skeletal structure problems which lead to soreness and lameness and it could be hindering her if your sitting her up after each time she gets lame, she might not be getting enough time to work all her soreness out and get her muscles and joints back accustomed to a lot of work and movement, if she’s not lame to the point where she can’t move try working her out for a couple of days in a row or maybe light workouts for a week or two...

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 on: May 12, 2018, 03:21:33 pm 
Started by hoghunter59 - Last post by hoghunter59
Gonna see my get when I get home and see what he thinks.

 on: May 12, 2018, 11:56:37 am 
Started by Jason Dunn - Last post by Reuben are right...when we do the right things at the right time it minimizes discipline issues...

Hunting the dogs...just like Justin said...we shouldn’t get in a hurry to hunt the dogs...we take our time and make the plan of entrance...cast the dogs and let them set the pace...move as needed...stop and let them work until they are satisfied and then move as needed...but we are the leaders of the pack...sometimes we can analyze the situation and steer the dogs in the right direction to put them on hogs...hunting this way makes for better dogs...I like a dog that does a good job of looking before they are ready to move on...

When I said let the dogs set the pace i mean it this way...the dogs set the pace for their style of hunting...when we allow the dogs to set the pace...the dogs will become better hunting dogs...

 on: May 12, 2018, 11:35:24 am 
Started by Cmwhogger - Last post by Cmwhogger
Has Texas ever tried a ban on hog hunting. Have heard it did but can't find anything to support this.

 on: May 12, 2018, 10:40:48 am 
Started by ldgray - Last post by ldgray
Two males left. Black brindle and black with brindle trim. 4 months old and ready to start. UTD on shots. Both parents hunt. Need to move these boys, we need kennel space. These are solid, well-built, well-bred pups.  These boys are bred to hunt!!
Asking $350.00. Text for pictures. 361-510-2187

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 on: May 12, 2018, 10:39:13 am 
Started by hoghunter59 - Last post by Pwilson_10
I have a 5 year old cur jip that gets so sore in all four of her feet after one pretty good hunt that she can hardly walk. Her nails are all long and if I cut just a little off they bleed. I have checked her pads and they seem to be in good shape every time that she gets lame. Not sure what to do about it but I think it’s her nails that are making her limp so bad. Has any one else seen this happen?
U think it may be in her joints maybe try some them joint pills cuz if her pads aren’t worn out it’s got to be in side some were so its got to be a joint problem

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 on: May 12, 2018, 10:17:42 am 
Started by Jason Dunn - Last post by cajunl
When you resort to beating a that very point...the dog beat you!

 on: May 12, 2018, 08:46:21 am 
Started by Jason Dunn - Last post by Goose87
all i'm gonna say  is  ya'll over  think this stuff  to much .....  start with bloodline thats where consistancy comes  from .....besides that either  he or she  just progresses on his  or  her  own with hunting experience .....if not you gotta  be a trainer  ......  thats it  its simple ......  watch lab trainers force  train dogs that are hard or bird hunters  they'll burn one up .... but they are trainers  ........ no knocking any ones  ways  it each  to his  own  but  its not that big  of a  deal  for  me ... 

I’m not knocking you a bit Larry, I’ll be the first to admit I’ll get heavy handed when needed but it’s mainly for discipline and handling issues, I’m no where near bad about as I used to be and that’s mostly because of the dogs I’m raising now don’t really need it much and it takes a different  approach with them, I spend enough time with mine that they learn voice commands and couple that with the tone and they handle pretty decent,  now there are a few light whoopings involved at first until they recognize the commands...

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