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  1. Re: Understanding the Carpet Mill by Hunterman

    My remarks were not meant to offend; on the contrary were meant to suggest that There are probably 50 ways to not shape a dog, (these being the balance of what people do to put their dog in shape,...
  2. Re: Understanding the Carpet Mill by Hunterman

    I don't discuss the things I have payed with blood to learn. That knowledge is private. We lost 7 out of 60+ matches. I can say there is a lot of confusion, out there, about shaping a dog right.
  3. Re: Understanding the Carpet Mill by Hunterman

    @ slim12? How many times have you been in the box with a dog that was conditioned on a carpetmill? I can say without any exaggeration I have better than 60 in the fast lane, NOT OUT BEHIND THE...
  4. Re: Red River Curly "New Generation" Slat Mills

    How much you asking for the RRC? Looks like a well built piece of dog working equipment...PS
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    Re: Catch dogs I own new to the website

    Great work on your dogs. Looks like you got a working dog team.....PS
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    Re: The best squirrel dog!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gewhUhdIjEY This is the the video I was trying to post yesterday. Fun times with an Honest Bulldog......PS
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    Re: The best squirrel dog!

    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/gewhUhdIjEY/mqdefault.jpgUncle Bud over BullysonXMiss Spike doing his thang...PS
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    Poll: Re: How do you condition your dog

    I sense (what is the word)???????? amateurs, that's the word I was looking for.
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    Looking for Old Goat?

    Primitive Supply: A shoutout too Old Goat. I tried too send you a PM but your mail box is too full to receive my message.
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    Re: Carpet Mill

    http://www.game-dog.com/showthread.php/58758-Olde-Tyme-Carpetmills-New-Life?p=655991&highlight=#post655991 This was a thread from some month back. This is an add I had back in the day.
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    Re: Carpet Mill

    I'm still using the same carpetmill from back in the 80s and 90s. They are Bulletproof. Changed the carpet on it many times, but, apart from that it runs like a swiss watch.........PS
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    Re: Carpet Mill

    Looks like a nice piece of work. I put up a picture of the same carpet mill that I was using back in the day, with a picture of that same carpetmill on my advertisement in the Sporting Dog Journal. ...
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    Re: Deep South Show

    @Treezpits: I am only reporting them as they were written in the Sporting Dog Journal. I want to make sure that I don't embellish anything and keep the honesty in the report.

    I can say that J...
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    Deep South Show

    Sporting Dog Journal:

    Nov. Dec. 1986

    Mad&Skips Uncle Bud vs Huggins&Hydes Brindle

    UncleBud sired by M&S Ch. Joe TestimentXCrazy Blondie 2. Huggins Brindle from R. Hyde.
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    Re: Who stole gr. Ch. Art?

    That I don't know. I only know who it was that stole him, straight from his own words. A person that was not given to making up stories. PS
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    Re: Natches Show

    all I was told was Boomerang? PS
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    Re: Natches Show

    One of the best I ever owned. That was a tough loss.......PS
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    Re: Who stole gr. Ch. Art?

    In the early days steeling dogs happened a lot more than one would like to think. some names like Earl Tudor, Leo Kinard, and Maurice Carver. I would not say emphaticly that I know this information,...
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    Re: Natches Show

    Crazy Horse was a great dog. He had the hardest bite of any dog I ever witnessed. All he had to do was bite any dog one time, and the match was over. He died young from a cottonmouth moccasin. We...
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    Natches Show

    B Ackles Red vs. Mad&Skips Crazy Horse




    Referee D Parton:


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  21. Re: Dogs from Tatonka kennel (sorrell blood)

    Yes. easier in the females than the male. PS
  22. Re: Dogs from Tatonka kennel (sorrell blood)

    In all bloodlines "some can be big". Some can also be very small, got a straight 28lb match weight male from my same old blood that I started with back in the 70s....average weight for my males is...
  23. Re: Dogs from Tatonka kennel (sorrell blood)

    Ron Chavez and Randy Chavez along with Phil Dibble and Mad&Skip are still breeding the old Sorrells blood. However, you need to understand that Bert Sorrells was one of the worst at paper hanging....
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    Re: Piney woods show

    Yes, I think you are right on that. Doucet and their team were very professional. PS
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    Re: Piney woods show

    The DuShon team was very professional and were always tough opponets. We matched into them again one more time and they brought another very game dog and we almost had to die to win. Stay tuned for...
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