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MrsLouisianaHogDog
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« on: September 01, 2014, 09:47:47 am »

The two we have here, will keep going and going and going if need be. They have no off switch when hunting, at least the ones we've been feeding. They always are the hardest to catch and get loaded up, never wanting to stop doing what they're doing. We have marsh and swampland everywhere over here and they've done just fine mobility wise. In fact, I've had medium/average size dogs get more slowed down in the marsh than the little guys. They're so light, they almost seem to glide over the terrain at times.
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