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Wanting to try out a hog dog around Beaumont? #4120275 03/14/13 02:59 AM
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I had a cur show up at my place about a month back and he had a cut vest and collar on, I put him in my kennel and got in there with him, took the vest off, got him some food and water and then started trying to give him a bath, he was covered in dried clay and mud. once I got him cleaned up a little I contacted the owner (at the number that was on his collar). the guy who answered said he didnt know the guy I was asking for and that he had just got that phone.. I tried to search for him on facebook and didnt have any luck..

Can yall view the short video of the dog and give me your opinions on weather or not he is too skinny or unhealthy. I have always had blue heelers and I am not used to seeing ribs.. I have been feeding him too cans of canned food twice a day as well as keeping fresh caliber 24-20 in there 24-7 and he hasn't gained a pound..

I took him to the vet because he was missing the hair from one of his ears and had and cyst under it and had other soars on him and the vet checked him over and said everything was fine and gave me some drugs for him.


I want to try him out in this area, somewhere between Winnie and Jasper I wouldn't mind paying a fee or what ever I just want to try him out.. I would really like him to be with other dogs and i would really like him to have a tracking collar on, If he was to disappear with your collar I will buy you a new one.. I just dont want to drop $500 on a gps system and then him haul butt the first time, or just sit down beside me.. lol


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9hsgeZqwNw

Re: Wanting to try out a hog dog around Beaumont? [Re: kelley350x] #4120408 03/14/13 03:57 AM
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there was no name plate to call the owner

Re: Wanting to try out a hog dog around Beaumont? [Re: M Bennet] #4120414 03/14/13 04:06 AM
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Originally Posted By: M Bennet
there was no name plate to call the owner


really?
and I quote from the first paragraph on my original post... bang

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once I got him cleaned up a little I contacted the owner (at the number that was on his collar). the guy who answered said he didnt know the guy I was asking for and that he had just got that phone.. I tried to search for him on facebook and didnt have any luck..

Re: Wanting to try out a hog dog around Beaumont? [Re: kelley350x] #4120422 03/14/13 04:14 AM
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sorry thought there may have been a chip or other # on the vest. my friend in your aere justin corbell hog hunts and probly knows the owner. ill check with him an see if he no the dog. sorry for my brian fart

Re: Wanting to try out a hog dog around Beaumont? [Re: M Bennet] #4120428 03/14/13 04:18 AM
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no problem buddy, lol

I had an ad online and had about 4 0r 5 people claim he was theirs but none of them could tell me the name on the collar, the color of the collar, the color or brand of the cut vest, lol Had I not liked him so much I would have let the first person take him..

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The dog looks in good shape to me an not skinny ,

Alot of people thing healthy weight on dogs an horses both are fat, ribs showing is good , you don't want dog to fat or to skinny

Re: Wanting to try out a hog dog around Beaumont? [Re: SwampHunterFw] #4121103 03/14/13 03:58 PM
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Thank you, my first thought was he was skinny but when sitting next to a 65lb 15 year old cow dog just about any dog will look skinny.

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