hoosier wrote:I've been told in Elhew bred pups the tails raise / pull forward as they get older is this true with Crow's little joe bred pups also.
One pup has 12:00 tail, one has some sickle, and the other has 10:30 to 11:00 tail, pups are 9 weeks.
midwestfisherman wrote:Are they still breeding Dutch?
kninebirddog wrote:Harmons Sue dog makes that breeding...we have a pup from her and copper that is 2 now and he has turned into a decent dog.
I have to over all agree with Brenda...CLJ was a very good dog himself but he sure didn't pass on to the pups what he was for the most part Copper was one of those flukes and copper has done extremely good but coppers pups any of them that is doing good you have to look seriously at the females Copper was bred to as Copper is not prepotent and for as much as he has been bred you sure don't see very many of his progeny making names for themselves....Many make nice family pet companion hunting dogs but many are just to soft for competition at least for quite a few that I have seen and I always watch for which dogs are placing in NSTRA and Coppers puppies to dogs placing is pretty low
SO Your going to the right place to get a nice pup as Sue drops some nice pups
Big Dave wrote:Pokerstraight-what is the breeding on the dog on your avatar? Very nice looking animal.
BrettBryan wrote:Crow's Little Joe is the grandsire of Sir Lancelot who was real, real close to winning the Nat'l back a few years ago. Crow's Little Joe is also the grandsire of Lester's Leeza who when bred to Miller's Date Line, produced this years Nat'l AA Ch Lester's Snowatch.
Chuck Tash with Tash Kennels in Alabama used to run a lot of Crow's Little Joe dogs in NSTRA. He could probably tell you a lot about that blood. I know they used to run Little John's Crow(out of CLJ) who was a 10X NSTRA Ch and i think he won or placed in 4 National trials. I ran against Chuck when he ran Morgan and Star, both were I believe were daughters or grandaughters of Crow's Little Joe. I also ran against a dog named Danny that was a direct son of Crow's Little Joe. Anthony Crow ran him for a bit. He was a pretty nice dog. He looked nice on the ground. He got down a little on his birds, but was extremely intense. I believe Copper gets down a little low in the front as well.
I'm not sure how many dogs they had to go through to produce the ones they were running. But, i remember the dogs being pretty dang nice. A little on the hard headed side, but had plenty of guts or bottom end.
I would call Chuck Tash with Tash Kennels in AL. He ran that blood for years. I'm sure he can tell you what you need to know.
Good luck with the pup. I haven't seen the pedigree. But, I did see Sunny's Free Sue run two years ago in Amo, IN. She looked like a nice dog to me.
snips wrote:But Scott, I am thinking that Joe was bred probably more than any Pointer that I know of:) There certainly were some nice dogs from him, but out of how many breedings?
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