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    Does anyone know who is running this tight? Thank you

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    With all due respect. Tight does'nt mean it's the best form of the blood. If your looking for it tight then you must be wanting to cross it into some other line, correct? Best of luck in finding it tight let alone right.

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    The only dogs I have seen were from a kennel tucked away in the hills of the south Cant pin point any place in general...got halfzimers ya see.....only forget half the $#@!...not all of it... Someone may be able to lead you further than that... I think of one other area,m but not really sure on that either. gotta be specific on what you mean by tight too, cause like mouse said.....you will be lucky to find what you seekin and that may actually take some real diggin.

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    Ok, Court I see you doing it, looks real good...............

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    an acquaintance of mine owns this beautiful animal


    http://www.apbt.online-pedigrees.com...?dog_id=276042

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    With all due respect to you and your dogs and the breeder of them,the Hobb's dogs are not even at the top of the food chain in that bloodline.The dog you have off of General is fosho an upgrade.Again look hard and you still might not find what you seek.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HULK View Post
    an acquaintance of mine owns this beautiful animal


    http://www.apbt.online-pedigrees.com...?dog_id=276042
    And beautiful is all he is. Word is the gentlemen that purchased him from T.G.'s yard was not pleased with what the dog turned out to be and want something back in return.Great looking animal tho,easy on the eyes as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOUSE View Post
    With all due respect to you and your dogs and the breeder of them,the Hobb's dogs are not even at the top of the food chain in that bloodline.The dog you have off of General is fosho an upgrade.Again look hard and you still might not find what you seek.
    I am happy with my dogs, they are great pets and do everything I ask them to do. I appreciate your opinion and I wish the OP the best of luck again in what he is looking for.

    Hobb's only has one generation off these dogs, and as far as I know NONE of them are old enough to have seen a conformation show as I own the OLDEST dog off the main stud (outlaw II), and he is around 20 months old. So how would you feel that Hobbs' dogs are not at the top of the food chain if they are all puppies.

    Are you saying that J.K Deal dogs are not of quality? Because not one of those dogs posted imho are considered "hobbs' dogs", they are all dogs off of J.K Deal's breeding program

    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dred Lok Kennels View Post
    Ok, Court I see you doing it, looks real good...............
    thanks hun

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccourtcleve View Post
    I am happy with my dogs, they are great pets and do everything I ask them to do. I appreciate your opinion and I wish the OP the best of luck again in what he is looking for.

    Hobb's only has one generation off these dogs, and as far as I know NONE of them are old enough to have seen a conformation show as I own the OLDEST dog off the main stud (outlaw II), and he is around 20 months old. So how would you feel that Hobbs' dogs are not at the top of the food chain if they are all puppies.

    Are you saying that J.K Deal dogs are not of quality? Because not one of those dogs posted imho are considered "hobbs' dogs", they are all dogs off of J.K Deal's breeding program

    Thanks in advance.
    All that matters is you're happy with your animals.But that's not what Hobbs is saying when you go to his yard. I know for a fact. Lets just leave it at that.I wish you the best with those animals.Alot has to do with how the owner brings there stock along over the years.And I hope you do well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOUSE View Post
    All that matters is you're happy with your animals.But that's not what Hobbs is saying when you go to his yard. I know for a fact. Lets just leave it at that.I wish you the best with those animals.Alot has to do with how the owner brings there stock along over the years.And I hope you do well.
    Thats fine but facts are facts and I don't care what HOBBS' says when you visit his yard. You can say NOTHING of the caliber of dogs because they are not any to judge thusfar.

    I would respectfully ask that before making statements about a breeder, their program, or quality of dogs, PLEASE make sure you have actually seen a product of that program. IF you have seen a product of that program it is a PUPPY as I stated before as the OLDEST offspring is 20 months old. I am not sure how you could have judged anything about his dogs? Once again I ask, are you talking about the quality of j.k deal dogs?

    The pedigree doesnt lie. Regardless of what hobbs says when u visit his yard anyone who knows how to read a ped can see he only owns one generation.

    However, mine are great PUPPIES , and we will see if they make it on the yard.

    Have a great day

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    Seriously wtf

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    i know where this one is ped id 173306

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    Sorry, I just now saw everyone's posts. I talked to the person who was looking for this blood and he said he's found what he wanted and finally got it. I didn't know if someone on here knew anything about it or had anything for sale. I've seen some people who have it but it's not what I want. Mouse, if I were going to get a dog from this blood, I think I would go with white foot or jazzy J. Thank you for everyone's responses.

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    I'm curious, why jazzy j and whitefoot? Is that the only other line available to public besides JK DEAL?

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    Well, to my knowledge...Neither of them are up for complete public stud. You can get them as stud dogs but you have to know someone and you better trust that person 100% because your not going to their yard to breed your $#@!. He will have to take her and stick them together. I know someone who bred to Whitefoot and he said the guy was back and forth on weather he was going to let him use that dog. Just hear say but I trust this person a lot.
    Both Jazzy J and Whitefoot "GO"...that's why I would breed to them and they are producing some good dogs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunlap 1 View Post
    Sorry, I just now saw everyone's posts. I talked to the person who was looking for this blood and he said he's found what he wanted and finally got it. I didn't know if someone on here knew anything about it or had anything for sale. I've seen some people who have it but it's not what I want. Mouse, if I were going to get a dog from this blood, I think I would go with white foot or jazzy J. Thank you for everyone's responses.
    wasn't posting because,i had pups for sale,i don't even own this blood,wanted u to see some real working blood that's out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kera5 View Post
    wasn't posting because,i had pups for sale,i don't even own this blood,wanted u to see some real working blood that's out there.
    That's cool, you don't run cottingham? I don't run this blood either but I know about a few that would be worth getting. 2 of them are mentioned above.

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    Dunlap1,
    First, Jazzy J is a gyp that has been bred since she was a pup. Second, whitefoot hasnt produced anything of note. So, why would someone be interested in breeding to either of these studs. Especially considering, one of them studs is a brood gyp.

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