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American Sentinel Canine working as a catch dog...

Discussion in 'Sports & Activities' started by Lee Robinson, Feb 23, 2013.

  1. Lee Robinson

    Lee Robinson Big Dog

    Here is Chimera's Boss with a couple of his most recent big catches. The boar on the left weighed 350, and the one on the right 390. These hogs were caught wild. Bay dogs were used, but Boss was the only catch dog used that day. He caught two more later, but they were only around 100#. The owners of Boss tell me they have never seen one dog by itself handle hogs over 250# the way Boss does. I hope he is able to keep it up.


  2. joeyreddog

    joeyreddog Big Dog

    thats amazing boss looks great whats his weight
  3. Lee Robinson

    Lee Robinson Big Dog

    He weighs around 95#.
  4. bauer

    bauer Top Dog

    Them boars are huge
  5. Let's hear more about Boss...
  6. Torresbeag

    Torresbeag Big Dog

    i second that.
  7. Lee Robinson

    Lee Robinson Big Dog

    If you go to Facebook, search "American Sentinel Canine" group, you can see some videos we took of the dogs today while catching some pigs.
  8. Lee Robinson

    Lee Robinson Big Dog

    Both the catch dogs, Boss and Little Hurtin, are from from kennel program. Their parents were born here as well. The bay dogs don't catch unless a catch dog has the hog in hold or a hunter has the hog's legs. Notice the difference in vocalization by the hogs when the catch dogs have hold vs when they do not.

    Click here to see Chimera's Little Hurtin with her first wild hog...

    Click here to see [video=youtube;Rsu5iqRlCrM]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rsu5iqRlCrM&list=UUNd3Bqw2FeeaKchKo2p7QkQ&index=1[/video]
  9. Lee Robinson

    Lee Robinson Big Dog

    That last post, directly above, has TWO different videos. I don't know why one shows in a link, ad the other in a window...but click on both to see both videos. The first video is her with her first truly wild hog and the second is her with her second wild hog. She caught a couple of captive wild hogs in a bay pen a few times over the last week prior to these videos being taken.
  10. killadev300

    killadev300 Big Dog

    real nice dogs i like how the dogs dont compromise working ability when they go up in size. good work
  11. Lee Robinson

    Lee Robinson Big Dog

    Thanks. Here is Chimera's Nunovit with her hog...




    And Chimera's Little Hurtin (after catching a total of 4 this day)...

  12. davidfitness83

    davidfitness83 Top Dog

    Nice to see Little Hurting all grown up, do you have any more video?
  13. killadev300

    killadev300 Big Dog

    Mr Robinson how are the bandogs you were breeding for protection purposes going. I remember you posting some pics of them a while back and some videos of them training . Just being curious as to how they worked out in their protection work .
  14. Lee Robinson

    Lee Robinson Big Dog

    Great. Thanks for asking. That always has been the primary purpose of our program. This hog catching is just side venue, and is something that dogs with fight drive should take naturally to.
  15. Lee Robinson

    Lee Robinson Big Dog

    Dave... video of hurtin or video in general? We have a lot of videos (about 30) out on our website or on our youtube channel...and I have well over a hundred videos on my computer. Anything in particular you are looking to see?
  16. joeyreddog

    joeyreddog Big Dog

    how much does your heaviest dog weigh most of your males n dont seem to big
  17. Lee Robinson

    Lee Robinson Big Dog

    To me, "too big" means none functional. I don't worry about weight. I worry about function. "Too much" anything...be it too small, too big, too muscular, too lean, too heavy bone, too light a bone, too____ ... means something has interfered with function.

    That said, I don't want too big or too small. I want function, so that is my focus.

    My males range from 90-110# most of the time. Very few are smaller, and some are bigger, but most are going to be in that range.

    Females are average 10-15# lighter...going 75-100.
  18. back2basics

    back2basics Big Dog

    You gotta great program, I check out your site every once in a while for years now, glad to see you're reaping the benefits of hard work and dedication.
  19. -Me-

    -Me- Pup

    Very nice!
  20. Mickeyg

    Mickeyg Top Dog

    I am a big fan of your dogs mate I have been for years like what was said above am glad to see your getting what you wanted from your dogs and breedings ... Are these diffrent to the swinford bandogs you also produce or is it a change in name ?

    I also have a bandog nothing fancy bred more of a mutt then a bandog but he works so he's a bandog to me lol




    4660 lbs


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