Does anyone know these kennels, have dogs from there??
Didn't he leave the country?If your talking about Victor Aycart from Southern Kennels do not buy a dog from him you will never see it. And if your lucky it may show up months later without a pedigree. There are better kennels out there running the Mayday Blood if that's what you are looking for.
I am assuming this is who you are referring to
I think it did more than something, its a shame but as everyone else has said i wouldn't attempt anything with him now in days.Victor really went down hill when he lost Mayday I think it did something to the man.
:goodpost: Agree'd... For some they get addicted to that feeling.. That feeling of accomplishment and that sense of pride knowing all that hard work paid off beyond anything imaginable... and just like that its gone. So many excellent game dogs but only a handful stand out among the rest. If you were honored enough to be apart of the latter, it took you down when that day passed or ended up "passing on"..It messed up his world that's for sure sometimes I think people just have to understand that game dog's are once in a lifetime Mayday no matter how great of a box dog and producer he was there could only be one of him. That goes for every great box dog and producer throughout the history of our breed. Every game dog has it's day in time and makes it's mark that is what makes each of them so memorable and special in their own way and we have their offspring to remember them.
This could go for any type yard owner, not just box dogs. When you put your time and effort into raising a yard for whatever venues you are in you get a bond to your animals and what you produce. You have your dogs that mean more to you, but regardless of what you are doing with your dogs when you build a yard and put in that dedication and then its gone you are going to be missing a part of yourself as many of us dog people, whether we own 1 dog or a yard of dogs they become a part of who we are and what we are so when you have been with these animals for the amount of time a large yard owner has you become one and the same not just man and animal.This kind of goes back to what I have been trying to explain to other's about how dog men had more than just a box connection with their hounds. A gambler is different than a dog man a gambler is only in it for the money a dog man is in it for the love of the sport and the dogs. You spend your enitre life raising a yard full of dogs watching them grow and become larger than life you end up having that special bond with that special game dog who ends up with a special place in your heart.