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Viewing all posts found for user Hank
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Posted on: 10:40:24 PM 2/9/2006

never seen a scent hound yet get lost. If they have the ability to follow a track away they have the same ability to follow their own track back. Most do not because they do not want to any time soon.

Posted on: 10:54:34 PM 2/5/2006

it is junk and does not work

Posted on: 5:11:16 PM 2/5/2006

Wow Cassandra, you call us hunters uncivilized and you are one wanting to spit in faces! Therapy might be an option for you. Every meal that i have of squirrel , rabbit, or deer is one less meal i have with beef pork, or chicken so really do not ...

Posted on: 4:05:53 PM 2/5/2006

This is a picture of Hank with two of his sons in action. Hank is on the left then Bo and then Storm. Bo and Storm have different mothers.

Posted on: 4:02:50 PM 2/5/2006

I'm not Dutchess but i thought you might like to see a Black and Tan Coonhound. The Black dog is Gr. Nt. Ch. Setum Up Hank he is 8 years old and retir...

Posted on: 12:41:01 AM 1/20/2006

Hope this aswers your questions lol


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Posted on: 1:31:43 PM 1/14/2006

Mix 1 quart of Hydrogen peroxide with 1/4 cup of baking soda and 1 tablespoon of liquid dish soap such as Dawn which is a good degreaser.

Posted on: 4:40:45 PM 1/2/2006

Nu-Stock is sulfur based and will work on either type of mange. Campho-Phenique i have used on demodectic mange only and seemed to work great. I still have no idea why it works but it does.

Posted on: 12:01:30 AM 12/29/2005

Diamond Beef and Rice or Diamond Lamb and Rice, neither one has enough fat content to keep a coonhound in running condition. A working hound needs a min of 18% fat atleast with the majority of hounds. Those feeds might be ok for maintainance but ...

Posted on: 3:47:29 PM 12/28/2005

Try switching feeds. This has been the cause of break outs with other people.

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