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My little man

Post by Gt shorthairs » Wed Sep 11, 2019 6:19 pm

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My new little man. His name is Grousetales medicine man. Call name Doc. He is 8 weeks in this pic. Would love to know how to flip this pic. tried everything.

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Post by greg jacobs » Wed Sep 11, 2019 7:46 pm

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Now send me his brother. Lol
So what's the pedigree of my new pup

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Re: My little man

Post by deseeker » Wed Sep 11, 2019 9:09 pm

Now that's a 12 0'clock tail :!: Nice looking pup. :D

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Re: My little man

Post by Featherfinder » Thu Sep 12, 2019 4:34 am

Now that is a nice looking pup! Not only is it 12 o'clock I LOVE where it comes off of his spine.
Fancy!!

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Re: My little man

Post by DonF » Thu Sep 12, 2019 10:00 am

Nice puppy!
I pity the man that has never been loved by a dog!

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Post by Carolina Gundogs » Thu Sep 12, 2019 1:18 pm

Good Looking Pup!

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Re: My little man

Post by Sharon » Thu Sep 12, 2019 4:34 pm

Wow. What a beauty. Enjoy. :)

( Quite the sire pedigree!)
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Re: My little man

Post by Gt shorthairs » Fri Sep 13, 2019 4:00 am

Thanks for all the complements on DOC. His ped is out of my old male grousetales wild card Joker. His mother side Penses shorthairs in Oklahoma. I will be doing the breeding again next year. I have the mother here Father was a frozen semen breeding amazing pups all 5. GT

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Post by Gt shorthairs » Fri Sep 13, 2019 4:11 am

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This is Docs ped.

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Pretty nice pedigree
Pretty "Fancy" crosswind you've got blowing

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Post by greg jacobs » Fri Sep 13, 2019 1:51 pm

So do you think you are going to have a 300 yd dog or 600 to 1000 yd dog. I've got one of each and prefer the 300 yd dog. The 800 or 1000yd dog and I don't see eye to eye always. Much easier to buy the range of pup that works naturally at the range you are comfortable with.

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Re: My little man

Post by Featherfinder » Fri Sep 13, 2019 2:31 pm

Start him young understanding that you are a team. The species you hunt will teach him productive range.
Many like to let a dog run (wild) for a year or so. That's when you can develop issues that you're going to have to fix later. Because they get a bit older and have developed bad habits, you're in for a challenge. It's a TOTALLY different approach and...somewhat dated.
He is one VERY nice looking pup...that is a given!
Congrats!!

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Re: My little man

Post by greg jacobs » Fri Sep 13, 2019 2:49 pm

Featherfinder wrote:
Fri Sep 13, 2019 2:31 pm
Start him young understanding that you are a team. The species you hunt will teach him productive range.
Many like to let a dog run (wild) for a year or so. That's when you can develop issues that you're going to have to fix later. Because they get a bit older and have developed bad habits, you're in for a challenge. It's a TOTALLY different approach and...somewhat dated.
He is one VERY nice looking pup...that is a given!
Congrats!!
Yeah. I didn't know exactly what I had with my 1000yd dog. I let her roll that first year. 400yds by 4 months. 1000 yds by 9 months. Big mistake. When you only train a dog every 5 years you keep finding new ways to make mistakes. I've trained her to bend on the beep on the alpha, so I can hunt her any distance I want but neither one of us is totally happy about the arrangment. My male is a 3 to 400yds dog. I can hunt him and never say a word all day. A real pleasure to hunt with..

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Re: My little man

Post by Sharon » Fri Sep 13, 2019 4:34 pm

greg jacobs wrote:
Fri Sep 13, 2019 2:49 pm
Featherfinder wrote:
Fri Sep 13, 2019 2:31 pm
Start him young understanding that you are a team. The species you hunt will teach him productive range.
Many like to let a dog run (wild) for a year or so. That's when you can develop issues that you're going to have to fix later. Because they get a bit older and have developed bad habits, you're in for a challenge. It's a TOTALLY different approach and...somewhat dated.
He is one VERY nice looking pup...that is a given!
Congrats!!
Yeah. I didn't know exactly what I had with my 1000yd dog. I let her roll that first year. 400yds by 4 months. 1000 yds by 9 months. Big mistake. When you only train a dog every 5 years you keep finding new ways to make mistakes. I've trained her to bend on the beep on the alpha, so I can hunt her any distance I want but neither one of us is totally happy about the arrangment. My male is a 3 to 400yds dog. I can hunt him and never say a word all day. A real pleasure to hunt with..
Now isn't that true. :)
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Re: My little man

Post by Gt shorthairs » Fri Sep 13, 2019 5:32 pm

Thinking he will be a 300 . I hunt a lot of grouse up here. Also sharps and huns. I do go for pheaz the odd time as well. But nothing in my mind can beat the huns in sask. Will see how he turns out. I hunted his grandpa for years . Lost him last year at 15. This guys body and style is a clone to him. Again thanks for all the replies and great comments. If ever in the neighborhood please stop by. I have thousands of acres to hunt on. GT

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