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Author Topic: Jag terriors  (Read 2163 times)
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« on: August 29, 2014, 10:03:09 am »

Hollow point . I have 2 jag/ pointer crosses that are a year old this month. Both pups are starting to wind off the box. The both cast hunt. They have a ton of hunt in them. My male run one this past weekend for just over a mile with a pack of dogs on the tail end of the hog. One thing I have noticed is he is becoming a little open while running the hog. We had the hog run pasted us and he was yelping as he ran passed. My female has struck 2 hogs solo but I think she tried them and they broke and she was alone. So we lost them. I also have a jag/plott gyp that 3 months old and she bayed a 20 pounder that we had tied to a tree yesterday. I have 2 jag/Cur crosses that are 7 weeks old. I hope to use all the jags as a pack because their size is the only issue I see with them. Hard for them to keep a big hog bayed if by themselves. They have the hunt in them and will try anything. They are fearless. Hope this helps a little bit on the breed.
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