JONOV wrote:I haven't seen one, but by their descriptions they almost sound like Jack Russel Terriers on Roids and Meth.
Not far off.
polmaise wrote:Wild pheasants will run ..and run ..and run before they will fly ..
Perhaps Your friends know more than you ?
You can contact Rob Snell via Facebook. He's the one who will be able to tell you yay or nay.Hunter wrote:I'm sure they do but that's not the point. I just wish whoever was in charge of it would just say it will or will not be fixed instead of not responding to people on this forum about it being down.
And too arrogant to even see what has happened around them.Ricky Ticky Shorthairs wrote:Yeah, a bunch of know it alls who are stuck in the past, who don't give a "bleep" what anyone else says or thinks. And a moderator who backs them every time.
nikegundog wrote:You need to get out more.Collins1527 wrote:If it helps keep people interested in the dogs and keeping the sport going I'm all for it. We may as well forget about just wild bird hunting those days are gone.
It doesn't really represent most "trialing".cjhills wrote:Very nice for trialers, but not of much interest to the general public, which is what the sponsors need................Cj
That is a good Emergency Hospital and one of the vets is a Bird Dog/NAVHDA guy.Mumpy wrote:Guys, thank you for the pms and replies, He took him to the Veterinary Specialty Hospital "Blue Pearl" in Oklahoma City last night. I'll keep you updated on everything. Thank you again.
They exist.Gordon Guy wrote: I'd like to see one of the trials for Dachshunds!!!
I believe there are squirrel hunting trials for Curs, not to be confused with mongrels or mutts. But again the sanctioning organization will dictate what type of dogs can be entered.
The shirts happened probably six or seven years ago. Maybe there where still some after that? Doubt, mine bit the dust several years ago.CCBIRDDOGMAN wrote:Theres shirts but no stickers? SMH
greg jacobs wrote:Brenda got back to me instantly but was pretty conservative. She said that he was producing some pretty nice pups. The dam is a FC and one more leg for her MH. That's quite a nice pup. If I get anything close I'll be pretty happy.
If you hear them click when walking on concrete or a hard surface in your house they are too long.oldbeek wrote:I am getting the picture. Now for a 35 lb Brittany, can anyone tell me optimal length.