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  • Strummer
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    No pitch here . Mastiffs to me are the best dog ever .

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  • ShockValue
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    Originally posted by Gunnyart View Post
    also aren't they well know for being Excessive barkers?
    Terrier? Not at all.

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  • ShockValue
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    Originally posted by curtintex View Post
    Do you also hate little kids, old people and cheer when an orphanage burns?
    Haha!!! Right?

    Get a lab…and vacuum as mentioned above. Only thing better is a lab mix mutt.

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  • Gunnyart
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    Originally posted by curtintex View Post
    Do you also hate little kids, old people and cheer when an orphanage burns?
    Why yes I do! Perhaps I need the join the ranks of the GOF's

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  • Quackerbox
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    Originally posted by Gunnyart View Post
    also aren't they well know for being Excessive barkers?
    We have 3. They bark at strangers, squirrels and us when we get home.

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  • curtintex
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    Originally posted by Gunnyart View Post
    Labs are awesome companion dogs that would check all the boxes I realize, but I'm just not a Lab guy. I don't know why.
    Do you also hate little kids, old people and cheer when an orphanage burns?

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  • nursejenn
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    Lab… we have 3 of them. Won’t ever have anything else again… maybe a golden but that’s it.

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  • Gunnyart
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    also aren't they well know for being Excessive barkers?

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  • Gunnyart
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    Originally posted by Quackerbox View Post
    I can see where they can be crazy terrors [emoji1787][ATTACH]1098820[/ATTACH]

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    this must be their "other speed"

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  • Quackerbox
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    Originally posted by Gunnyart View Post
    Seems like a JRT might be more dog than I want to deal with.
    I can see where they can be crazy terrors [emoji1787]Click image for larger version

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  • Gunnyart
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    Seems like a JRT might be more dog than I want to deal with.

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  • tward1604
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    Originally posted by ecfire1967 View Post
    We lost our Jack Russell in June. We had him for 16 1/2 years. He was the best dog ever. His name was Rascal. Does your JRT track deer? I’m thinking about getting us another one.


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    Does he track deer???!!! Check out this thread! That dog can hunt.

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  • Cullbuck
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    Originally posted by Quackerbox View Post
    In the 12 or so years I spent assisting guides or running hunts, I saw more black whistle robot dogs act a straight fool than any other color. Customers wearing the remote button out on a dog running buck wild. More often than not an agreement was made to get the dog some 'experience' which turned into a cluster where an off remote dog ended up handing the birds while i-robot wanted to fight and take a leak on the rags and blind bags

    One of the best goose dogs I ever hunted over the guy found him in a ditch and trained him. A couple of the most talked about guides on the prairie had brown and yellow. Thats the only field trial I that mattered to me and the folks I hunted with.

    I believe it and you said it yourself those dogs needed experience. My dog isn’t in the field trial game and doesn’t wear a remote but I made sure her parents had titles, to me it showed that she had the ability to make a good hunting dog.

    But in the end the OP asked our opinion and I gave him mine.


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  • ecfire1967
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    Originally posted by Bisch View Post
    Everybody told me how crazy Jack Russells were before I got mine. I got him anyway because I wanted a smallish tracking dog. Yes, he’s crazy, but he is hands down the best dog I have ever owned. As long as I’m able to take care of a dog, I can’t see myself without a JRT!!!!!!

    The only bad thing about them is they shed like crazy!!!!!



    Bisch


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    We lost our Jack Russell in June. We had him for 16 1/2 years. He was the best dog ever. His name was Rascal. Does your JRT track deer? I’m thinking about getting us another one.


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  • Quackerbox
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    Originally posted by Cullbuck View Post
    I wouldn’t say inferior and for the op’s list would probably be fine but I’ve never been around a great one (hunting wise) and they typically don’t win many field trail championships. I know that’s that’s not what he’s looking for but I look at that for trainability.


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    In the 12 or so years I spent assisting guides or running hunts, I saw more black whistle robot dogs act a straight fool than any other color. Customers wearing the remote button out on a dog running buck wild. More often than not an agreement was made to get the dog some 'experience' which turned into a cluster where an off remote dog ended up handing the birds while i-robot wanted to fight and take a leak on the rags and blind bags

    One of the best goose dogs I ever hunted over the guy found him in a ditch and trained him. A couple of the most talked about guides on the prairie had brown and yellow. Thats the only field trial I that mattered to me and the folks I hunted with.

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