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Conversation Between davidandluna and Firehazard
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  1. davidandluna
    03-24-2013 06:38 PM - permalink
    Thanks for getting me access to the WD forum, some good stuff there.
  2. Firehazard
    03-22-2013 11:26 PM - permalink
  3. davidandluna
    03-22-2013 11:24 PM - permalink
    For sure, I wouldn't just throw a dog into that situation not knowing how it could handle itself. I'd definitely go with someone who does that and had dogs that know what to do. My cousin who hunts hogs in Hollister here told me he always brings a sidearm because you never know what's going to happen. I'd do the same thing with anything involving my dog, better to be prepared not worth putting the dog at any extra risk. If I end up getting one of the pups from the linebaugh x Lynn litter lee was telling me about I think I might get into it with that maybe after working boar with my cousin or something. I dont know if you check their website or Facebook much but that female lil hurtin' of those two dogs seems to be turning into quite the little catch dog... Saw some videos of her on her first couple hunts. Not all pups turn out the same but there's definitely some potential there.
  4. Firehazard
    03-22-2013 07:13 PM - permalink
    sure thing.. theres only one photo of last spring I think, two coyotes after turk got em. I always have .22 rifle on ready because coyotes WILL pack up on a dog and gnarl em real good to eat em later after they bleed to death sometimes week. Coyotes are jackals and fight to mame and to run a way.. REAL intense if you do with only one dog. Because a cotton ball and duct tape is all you can cover your dogs rear end with to protect the taint they disembowel the dog while hes gettin in with one or two. A good bulldog like knows how to manage them yotes, which takes seasoned experience.
  5. davidandluna
    03-22-2013 09:11 AM - permalink
    Hey FH, just wondering if its possible to gain access to the working dog section. Saw some of your posts about coyote huntin and figured you probably have some pictures in there, never been coyote hunting with a dog just pigs, but some of your posts about it in the "game testing" thread got me interested. Thanks -david
  6. Firehazard
    03-16-2013 04:16 AM - permalink
    See .. that rocks!!! A good all purpose mastiff .. I can't help but feel a lil excited for you!!! Glad I could help, CONGRATS!!
  7. davidandluna
    03-16-2013 12:45 AM - permalink
    Thanks, yeah one that fits in with the family is the most important, as well as one that won't tear my amstaff to shreds lol. Lee said for the most part his dogs get along great as long as its eith the opposite sex. Hopefully we'll be out of the apartment situation soon, luckily were close to the American river so we just take luna on some walks there everyday and let her swim a bit and that wears her out for the most part. Another reason I like his dogs so much is that they look like some awesome catch dogs, ive got a cousin not too far from us that hunts hogs with APBTs and Catahoulas. If the dog does good with some small hogs in the pen and some controlled situations first I wouldn't mind taking it along for a few hunts... Actually have a dog with a purpose for once lol. So long as my dog doesn't get torn up by a hog, ive seen that before and it ain't pretty
  8. Firehazard
    03-15-2013 07:49 PM - permalink
    He and I have a few similarities, .. and I raise em by letting the kids get an early influence. Yes you can count on Lee's judgment call, he's got psychology of dogs and people down as well, which is why I said one of the pups that the kids play with more. Yes, easier to manage in an apartment situation.. JME Sounds like you've explained it all out, .. CONGRATS!! for going right to the source best thing you could do. He has good insight and I can't say anything other than good things..
  9. davidandluna
    03-15-2013 07:16 PM - permalink
    Thanks for the advice, I've got one crate at the moment, ill need to get another one anyways as the other dog should outgrow luna by quite a bit. If you don't mind me asking, what does that say about the dog by the kids playing with it more? Just that it's more social or outgoing than the rest of the puppies? Im just curious... I told Lee everything I was looking for and I trust him to match me with a good fit.
  10. Firehazard
    03-15-2013 03:16 PM - permalink
    Sounds like you got a good handle on it. Get you a crate or two.. First let luna be the pack leader and you let her and the pup know your the alpha when they go to far.. you'll be golden, crate them together at first only time to time to get the idea of calmness about them. Then give him his own crate. If you want a real managable dog ask for one the kids play with most

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