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VADAN - September 13, 2012 10:23 PM (GMT)
I went to SC to buy a dog and came home broke.

This is my new Cauley Adult Female (2 years 8 mounths)
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My young Cauley Male (6 mounths)
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My young Cauley Female (6 mounths)
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And this is my Sport Line Male (1 year 8 mounths)
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JWLuther - September 13, 2012 10:40 PM (GMT)
Dan them are some fine looking dogs. I like the sport male the best man he is sharp

Justin Gilmer - September 14, 2012 01:44 AM (GMT)
Do you get a discount if you buy them by the pack!? Haha.... Great looking group of dogs. Are they trained some already?

VADAN - September 14, 2012 02:00 AM (GMT)
Well I got an offer I couldn't refuse. That is why I came home with four of them.
And yes the adult female and the young adult Sport dog does hunt. I'm going to bond with them for about a week before I take them out. Sure don't want to run a risk of loosing one of them.

rick brocious - September 14, 2012 02:22 AM (GMT)
Dan those are some nice looking dog's . If I brought one more home i'd be sleeping with them . Can't imagine what she'd do if I brought 4 home at one time :ouch:

VADAN - September 14, 2012 02:38 AM (GMT)
If they were young enough you might be able to get by with it.

JWLuther - September 14, 2012 02:45 AM (GMT)
Dan it makes it easier when the wife likes these little dogs 2. I told my wife I was getting 2 or 3 more, she just smiled and said if that's what ya want.

VADAN - September 14, 2012 02:57 AM (GMT)
My wife likes them also. It sure is a good thing.

skeets - September 14, 2012 07:52 AM (GMT)
i hope they make you some good ones daniel, bond all ya can with them dogs.

wvmountainhick - September 14, 2012 10:45 AM (GMT)
Soon as I mention another dog I get in trouble. She's okay with it one day and curses me the next. Women...

spotted dog - September 15, 2012 05:25 AM (GMT)
Good looking dogs, thats a bunch at onetime if i never got shot i would have to shoot myself if i bought 4 at a time, ive seen a few dogs that looked just like the third dog did you get them from olemule aka slickstump ? ... Dimpsy ...

VADAN - September 15, 2012 03:50 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (spotted dog @ Sep 15 2012, 12:25 AM)
Good looking dogs, thats a bunch at onetime if i never got shot i would have to shoot myself if i bought 4 at a time, ive seen a few dogs that looked just like the third dog did you get them from olemule aka slickstump ? ... Dimpsy ...

Yes Dimpsy I sure did. And I'm happy with them all.

Soon as we get a frost or two I'll take them hunting.

spotted dog - September 16, 2012 10:40 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (VADAN @ Sep 15 2012, 10:50 AM)
QUOTE (spotted dog @ Sep 15 2012, 12:25 AM)
Good looking dogs, thats a bunch at onetime if i never got shot i would have to shoot myself if i bought 4 at a time, ive seen a few dogs that looked just like the third dog did you get them from olemule aka slickstump ?    ... Dimpsy ...

Yes Dimpsy I sure did. And I'm happy with them all.

Soon as we get a frost or two I'll take them hunting.

Dan did you see his American Squirrel Dog Line he has?? ... Dimpsy ...

VADAN - September 17, 2012 03:38 AM (GMT)
I didn't see many dogs. He has cut way back on his dogs now. And the 4 I got set him back even further.

JWLuther - September 17, 2012 11:36 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (spotted dog @ Sep 16 2012, 05:40 PM)
QUOTE (VADAN @ Sep 15 2012, 10:50 AM)
QUOTE (spotted dog @ Sep 15 2012, 12:25 AM)
Good looking dogs, thats a bunch at onetime if i never got shot i would have to shoot myself if i bought 4 at a time, ive seen a few dogs that looked just like the third dog did you get them from olemule aka slickstump ?    ... Dimpsy ...

Yes Dimpsy I sure did. And I'm happy with them all.

Soon as we get a frost or two I'll take them hunting.

Dan did you see his American Squirrel Dog Line he has?? ... Dimpsy ...

What is the American sq dog line?

spotted dog - September 17, 2012 09:15 PM (GMT)
Luther i tried to pull you up some info on them but they seem to have disbanded the setup, they took Cur,Bulldog,Feist,Chiwawa,and other breeds of dogs and bred them up and came up with the American Squirrel Dogs, this breed never caught on but i think it was pushed to quick and the ones that started it have already quit raising pups and have a Feist for Stud ... Dimpsy ...


http://www.reocities.com/c_leed/new/americansquirrel.html


JWLuther - September 17, 2012 10:11 PM (GMT)
Thanks for the info Dimpsy I had never heard of the American squirrel dog.

VADAN - September 17, 2012 10:47 PM (GMT)
Nither have I.

rackman - September 21, 2012 03:26 AM (GMT)
hey Dan,
I just got an emergency phone call from that sport model. he says theres too many dogs up there and he feels like " just another dog". he wants to be where he he has celebrity status. he wants to know how fast I can come save him

rackman - September 21, 2012 03:29 AM (GMT)
for the record I told him just to play lazy for a while and it wont be long till ya box him up and put a stamp on him

VADAN - September 21, 2012 03:43 AM (GMT)
He would be a good mate for Reba. I'll keep him for a few more weeks and then send him on down there.

wvmountainhick - September 21, 2012 10:07 AM (GMT)
Shame that Sport dog wasn't a female. That'd be a great cross with Pop's/ Could have bred it and then sent it to Rackman. LOL

Justin Gilmer - September 21, 2012 02:10 PM (GMT)
What exactly is a sport line and a cauley?

JWLuther - September 21, 2012 03:25 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Justin Gilmer @ Sep 21 2012, 09:10 AM)
What exactly is a sport line and a cauley?

I'm gonna give this a whirl. The sport line actually isn't a line it is the decendants of a dog that was named sport model. He was a great dog and everything he reproduced was then called the sport line so sport line dogs have him in their background.

Cauley is a line of feist that has been line bred for years by a Mr. George cauley in the carolinas.

I'm sure somebody else can give more and better info on this than I can

VADAN - September 21, 2012 05:00 PM (GMT)
I think you did a fine job Luther.

A line of dogs is useually named after a DOG, a PERSON or a KENNEL.

Like Luther said, The Cauley, Kemmer, Thornburg's are named after People who bred and refined them to their likeing.

The Sport, Cadallic, Joe Black and others are named after one dog who was great in what he did or does. Sence so many people wanted a dog exactually like these dogs the term line was added. Now we can buy a dog from one of many lines of dogs and call them pure. If many out crassas is what it takes to make a pure dog than that is what we have.

The Hazel River, Lost Mtn, Gilla Creek and many more are named after a kennel.

You can find some real great dogs come out of all lines and kennels. But most if not all of them are great because of the hard work and dedication of the men breeding them. I have yet to see a pedigree that doesnt show a tremendice amout of out breeding.

wvmountainhick - September 21, 2012 07:34 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (JWLuther @ Sep 21 2012, 03:25 PM)
QUOTE (Justin Gilmer @ Sep 21 2012, 09:10 AM)
What exactly is a sport line and a cauley?

I'm gonna give this a whirl. The sport line actually isn't a line it is the decendants of a dog that was named sport model. He was a great dog and everything he reproduced was then called the sport line so sport line dogs have him in their background.

Cauley is a line of feist that has been line bred for years by a Mr. George cauley in the carolinas.

I'm sure somebody else can give more and better info on this than I can

Gotta be careful with the "Sport" name as Dimpsy pointed out earlier though. There was a dog named Sport (the line my dog goes back to) and then there is a "sport" line. They tend to have some hound/bird dog mixed into their blood. All have done pretty well but I much prefer "Sport" to "sport". Just my opinion though.

Justin Gilmer - September 21, 2012 08:00 PM (GMT)
Let's say I wanted to start my own line and I bought a male from Galla Creek and a female from Gray's (OR ANY OTHER LINE) Would I be able to say those are Gilmer Feist?

Also, lets say that my dog of unknown lineage turns out to be an excellent squirrel dog (which I think she will) and I decide I'd like to have a stud breed her. Is there a way to get some kind of paperwork started? There had to be a first dog out of all the different lines to get papers...

Justin Gilmer - September 21, 2012 08:04 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (spotted dog @ Sep 17 2012, 04:15 PM)
Luther i tried to pull you up some info on them but they seem to have disbanded the setup, they took Cur,Bulldog,Feist,Chiwawa,and other breeds of dogs and bred them up and came up with the American Squirrel Dogs, this breed never caught on but i think it was pushed to quick and the ones that started it have already quit raising pups and have a Feist for Stud ... Dimpsy ...


http://www.reocities.com/c_leed/new/americansquirrel.html

What desireable trait did a Chiwawa have that someone would want in a hunting dog? Just interested if anyone knows since I've never thought of them as hunting dogs.

VADAN - September 21, 2012 09:00 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Justin Gilmer @ Sep 21 2012, 03:00 PM)
Let's say I wanted to start my own line and I bought a male from Galla Creek and a female from Gray's (OR ANY OTHER LINE)  Would I be able to say those are Gilmer Feist?

Also, lets say that my dog of unknown lineage turns out to be an excellent squirrel dog (which I think she will) and I decide I'd like to have a stud breed her.  Is there a way to get some kind of paperwork started?  There had to be a first dog out of all the different lines to get papers...

Justin, you can name your dog anything you want. Gilmer's Bobo could be your foundation dog. BUT unless you are going to inbreed your dogs every time, father to doughter, mother to son, brother to sister, grand daughter to grand father Ect Ect Ect....than you will never have a pure blood line of dogs. This is something a lot of people refuse to beleive. You will need to bring in new blood to help streighten your dogs... This is called out crossing. Now consider that every time you out cross you have cut your blood line by 50%.

So what are your options? Well you could find 2, 3 or 4 dogs that you have faith in and start a breeding program. You may want to breed the best dog you have to the best you can find. And hope you will have some of their pups turn into real good hunters. But this is a craps game. Its a gamble. You may do well and you may produce crap. No one knows for sure.

I have said this before. One dog cannot throw a total line of great dogs. That is BS. It takes years of study, luck and hard work to acheive a goal like this.

There are many breeders that produces puppy after puppy who will grow up and become a mighty good hunter. But it is not because they had a foundation dog named Poobear. It is because they were smart enough to breed from the verry best they could find. And for darn sure some of that verry best came from other kennels.

I incourage you to study every pedigree you can find. You will see where some one has bought a pup and gave it their name. Then used that pup in their breeding program. You will see from generation after generation dogs have came from different breeders. And you will see where some kennels have better bred dogs than others.

Enjoy what you have and be honist. One day after 10 or 40 years you will relise that a lot of people beleive in what you are doing and will seek out your dogs.


Now can you register your dog? Yes you can. Go to NKC (National Kennel Club) and print off an app to gegister a single dog. It will say take 3 pictures, FRONT, LEFT and RIGHT SIDE. Fill out the app and send pictures along with $18.00 to NKC. They will register your dog. It will not have a pedigree but it will be a start.

Good luck with your dogs.

spotted dog - September 22, 2012 04:56 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (Justin Gilmer @ Sep 21 2012, 03:04 PM)
QUOTE (spotted dog @ Sep 17 2012, 04:15 PM)
Luther i tried to pull you up some info on them but they seem to have disbanded the setup, they took Cur,Bulldog,Feist,Chiwawa,and other breeds of dogs and bred them up and came up with the American Squirrel Dogs, this breed never caught on but i think it was pushed to quick and the ones that started it have already quit raising pups and have a Feist for Stud    ... Dimpsy ...

 
http://www.reocities.com/c_leed/new/americansquirrel.html

What desireable trait did a Chiwawa have that someone would want in a hunting dog? Just interested if anyone knows since I've never thought of them as hunting dogs.

The main reason most people or breeders put a Chiwawa into the mix is for controling the size of the dogs and nothing else, i would not own a dog if i thought they was any chance they was a drop of Chiwawa blood in it, i hate them crazy things ... Dimpsy ...

spotted dog - September 22, 2012 05:11 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (Justin Gilmer @ Sep 21 2012, 03:00 PM)
Let's say I wanted to start my own line and I bought a male from Galla Creek and a female from Gray's (OR ANY OTHER LINE) Would I be able to say those are Gilmer Feist?

Also, lets say that my dog of unknown lineage turns out to be an excellent squirrel dog (which I think she will) and I decide I'd like to have a stud breed her. Is there a way to get some kind of paperwork started? There had to be a first dog out of all the different lines to get papers...

If you was going to do it right it takes alot of years of breeding to get your line of dogs going and get them to come out looking all the same and having good hunt and tree in them and it would never work if you just picked 2 dogs and started breeding but once you get dogs a going the way you like and they have everything you want in a dog you can line breed them and keep everything they offer and you dont have to out breed unless you want to if you have the dogs and do it right, and as far as papering a dog NKC will paper any dog if you give them their money and if you give them enough they will paper a BILLY GOAT ... Dimpsy ...

wvmountainhick - September 22, 2012 10:09 AM (GMT)
Dan, if you get a chance, I'd like to see the pedigree on that Sport dog you've got. Just want to see if there's any overlap.

VADAN - September 22, 2012 05:38 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (spotted dog @ Sep 21 2012, 11:56 PM)
QUOTE (Justin Gilmer @ Sep 21 2012, 03:04 PM)
QUOTE (spotted dog @ Sep 17 2012, 04:15 PM)
Luther i tried to pull you up some info on them but they seem to have disbanded the setup, they took Cur,Bulldog,Feist,Chiwawa,and other breeds of dogs and bred them up and came up with the American Squirrel Dogs, this breed never caught on but i think it was pushed to quick and the ones that started it have already quit raising pups and have a Feist for Stud    ... Dimpsy ...

 
http://www.reocities.com/c_leed/new/americansquirrel.html

What desireable trait did a Chiwawa have that someone would want in a hunting dog? Just interested if anyone knows since I've never thought of them as hunting dogs.

The main reason most people or breeders put a Chiwawa into the mix is for controling the size of the dogs and nothing else, i would not own a dog if i thought they was any chance they was a drop of Chiwawa blood in it, i hate them crazy things ... Dimpsy ...

I'm with you Dimpsy. If a Chiwawa was the size of a Great Dane they wiuld be the most dangerious thing in the world. My wife has two of them and they make my life a night mare.

The Aztec raised them. They were eaten during one of their religous ceremony events.

Too bad they didn't eat them all. :thumbs down:

VADAN - September 22, 2012 05:43 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (wvmountainhick @ Sep 22 2012, 05:09 AM)
Dan, if you get a chance, I'd like to see the pedigree on that Sport dog you've got. Just want to see if there's any overlap.

I haven't gotten the papers on him yet. The only info I have on him is he is Sport on the bottom. This is all the names that was giving to me.....Dot, Rocky, Emmy, Spotted Rock, Kate and Dixie.
None of them match Pops papers.

spotted dog - September 23, 2012 04:29 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (wvmountainhick @ Sep 21 2012, 02:34 PM)
QUOTE (JWLuther @ Sep 21 2012, 03:25 PM)
QUOTE (Justin Gilmer @ Sep 21 2012, 09:10 AM)
What exactly is a sport line and a cauley?

I'm gonna give this a whirl. The sport line actually isn't a line it is the decendants of a dog that was named sport model. He was a great dog and everything he reproduced was then called the sport line so sport line dogs have him in their background.

Cauley is a line of feist that has been line bred for years by a Mr. George cauley in the carolinas.

I'm sure somebody else can give more and better info on this than I can

Gotta be careful with the "Sport" name as Dimpsy pointed out earlier though. There was a dog named Sport (the line my dog goes back to) and then there is a "sport" line. They tend to have some hound/bird dog mixed into their blood. All have done pretty well but I much prefer "Sport" to "sport". Just my opinion though.

From what i gather Mr Cauley has bought his self a pup carrying alot of bird dog blood in it and its a male it makes you wonder if its for a cross and if its been done before, i never posted this to try and start another dog war but i did post it to add a little hind-site because you see all these people that has their own line of dogs and then you see them buying pups like this one but they keep raising pups but you never see anything change on the papers and the dog will be thear for years, i believe in hunt what you want buy what you want and dont care in anyway but if i was going to buy a pup say a Cauley Feist or any other line of Feist that i liked and then find out a year down the road by a tip it was carrying bird dog blood in it i would be mad i dont know about anyone else but thats my take on it ... Dimpsy ...

VADAN - September 23, 2012 04:00 PM (GMT)
I have known Mr Cauley for years and have never heard this before. I'll give him a call and ask him why would he breed Bird Dog Feist. Seems like a man who has spent a lifetime breeding such a well known stran of dogs would ever breed to a bird dog. Don't you think that if any serious breeder had a Feist that had to be crossed with any non Feist in order to help the blood become better, he ought to just shoot the Feist. Seems loke it wouldnt be worth keeping to me.

I wander when he bought this bird dog feist? Sence he has been real sick for the last four years or so and hasn't been breeding many dogs at all. But I will call him and voice my concern.

Thanks for the tip.

VADAN - September 23, 2012 04:58 PM (GMT)
I just got off the phone with Mr Cauley. I asked him point blank if he raises feist/bird dogs and explained why I was asking him. He said that about 25 years ago he did buy a Feist that was crossed with a Bird dog. He also made it real clear that he raises as pure a stran of Feist as can be. The dog he bought 25 years ago has nuthing to do with what he has now. He also still is breeding his dogs. The illness did not shut him down from the Feist breeding.

A simple phone call to the breeder in question is a easy way to resoulve any ill rumers that may be spread.

spotted dog - September 23, 2012 05:54 PM (GMT)
Dan i knew about the one from years back but this is a pup he just bought and im not sure its even got thear yet but the stock of Feist that it is are called Treeing Feist but if you look at the dogs behind the doors that they are from its the bird dog crosses you can look on the papers and it has them on thear and if he has been raising dogs that long it looks like he would have knew what he was buying, i dont think he was straight up with you on this one, here is a link that was sent to me but if you can not get on SDC you want be able to see it ... Dimpsy ...

http://www.sqdog.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=125369

JWLuther - September 23, 2012 07:03 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (spotted dog @ Sep 23 2012, 12:54 PM)
Dan i knew about the one from years back but this is a pup he just bought and im not sure its even got thear yet but the stock of Feist that it is are called Treeing Feist but if you look at the dogs behind the doors that they are from its the bird dog crosses you can look on the papers and it has them on thear and if he has been raising dogs that long it looks like he would have knew what he was buying, i dont think he was straight up with you on this one, here is a link that was sent to me but if you can not get on SDC you want be able to see it    ... Dimpsy ...

http://www.sqdog.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=125369

I went over to sdc and looked at that information I didn't see anything on any of the pedigrees about a bird dog or anything in the post about a bird dog. I still don't understand myself where that info is coming from. I did see the pup Mr cauley was getting and it seemed to be at least half cauley breed and pretty well breed altogether. I'd take it in a heartbeat

Here is the sires pedigree:



Pedigree of ATJ Atomic Torch

Parents

GrandParents

G-GrandParents

G-G-GParents

Croucher's Jazz-A-Tomic aka Atom
(Sire)

Cauley's Red Bluff Tom

Cauley's Red Bluff Abe

Cauley's Red Bluff Pete

Wrld Ch. Gr. Sq. Ch. Cauley's Susie

Cauley's Jenny

Cauley's Yellow Sam

Hutchen's Gypsy

NKC World Sq. Ch./ Sq. Ch. Coles' Skittles

Gr.Sq.Ch.Tr.Ch. Coles' Booster

ATFA Sq. Ch. Riverun J.D.

Parson's Baby

Oneal's Daisy

ATFA Gr. Sq. Ch. Cochran's Buck

Spider

C & Y's ATJ Little Coppertop
(Dam)

Hickory Ground's Dexter

SQ.CH. Blue Water Rusty

ATFA SQ.CH. Riverun JD

Riverun Jewell

Blue Water Rose

SQ.CH. Blue Water Rusty

Blue Water Butterbean

Hannah's Chocolate

Deville's Black Jack Fred

Sq. Ch. Eli's Smokey Row

Smith's Mama

Deville's Blackie

Johnson's Sparky

Johnson's Janie


And the dames:

Parents

GrandParents

G-GrandParents

G-G-GParents

Cauley's Red Bluff Tom
(Sire)

Cauley's Red Bluff Abe

Cauley's Pete

Flander's Pee Wee

SQ.CH. Mimb's Daisy

GR.SQ.CH. Cauley's Susie

Cauley's Yellow Sam

Hutchen's Gypsy

Cauley's Jenny

Cauley's Yellow Sam

Cauley's Swift Legs

SQ.CH. Mimb's Daisy

Hutchen's Gypsy

SQ.CH. Neff's Joe Boy

Cauley's Peggy

NKC WORLD SQUIRREL CHAMPION /SQ.CH. Coles Skittles
(Dam)

GR.SQ.CH./TR.CH. Coles Booster

CH Smith's Streak 2000 OMCB HOF WRLD.SQ.CH.TR.CH./

Howard's Bob OMCB

Midge (old Grey Momma) OMCB

Parson's Babydoll

Riverun Nig

Riverun Blondie

O'neal's Daisy

GR.SQ.CH. Cochran's Buck

SQ.CH. Riverun Jd

Riverun Ruby

Spider

GR.SQ.CH. Cochran's Buck

Unknown (dam To Spider)



Which of these dogs are birddog, I will agree their may be a touch of cur way back but I can't find the birddog

spotted dog - September 23, 2012 08:14 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (JWLuther @ Sep 23 2012, 02:03 PM)
QUOTE (spotted dog @ Sep 23 2012, 12:54 PM)
Dan i knew about the one from years back but this is a pup he just bought and im not sure its even got thear yet but the stock of Feist that it is are called Treeing Feist but if you look at the dogs behind the doors that they are from its the bird dog crosses you can look on the papers and it has them on thear and if he has been raising dogs that long it looks like he would have knew what he was buying, i dont think he was straight up with you on this one, here is a link that was sent to me but if you can not get on SDC you want be able to see it    ... Dimpsy ...

http://www.sqdog.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=125369

I went over to sdc and looked at that information I didn't see anything on any of the pedigrees about a bird dog or anything in the post about a bird dog. I still don't understand myself where that info is coming from. I did see the pup Mr cauley was getting and it seemed to be at least half cauley breed and pretty well breed altogether. I'd take it in a heartbeat

Here is the sires pedigree:



Pedigree of ATJ Atomic Torch

Parents

GrandParents

G-GrandParents

G-G-GParents

Croucher's Jazz-A-Tomic aka Atom
(Sire)

Cauley's Red Bluff Tom

Cauley's Red Bluff Abe

Cauley's Red Bluff Pete

Wrld Ch. Gr. Sq. Ch. Cauley's Susie

Cauley's Jenny

Cauley's Yellow Sam

Hutchen's Gypsy

NKC World Sq. Ch./ Sq. Ch. Coles' Skittles

Gr.Sq.Ch.Tr.Ch. Coles' Booster

ATFA Sq. Ch. Riverun J.D.

Parson's Baby

Oneal's Daisy

ATFA Gr. Sq. Ch. Cochran's Buck

Spider

C & Y's ATJ Little Coppertop
(Dam)

Hickory Ground's Dexter

SQ.CH. Blue Water Rusty

ATFA SQ.CH. Riverun JD

Riverun Jewell

Blue Water Rose

SQ.CH. Blue Water Rusty

Blue Water Butterbean

Hannah's Chocolate

Deville's Black Jack Fred

Sq. Ch. Eli's Smokey Row

Smith's Mama

Deville's Blackie

Johnson's Sparky

Johnson's Janie


And the dames:

Parents

GrandParents

G-GrandParents

G-G-GParents

Cauley's Red Bluff Tom
(Sire)

Cauley's Red Bluff Abe

Cauley's Pete

Flander's Pee Wee

SQ.CH. Mimb's Daisy

GR.SQ.CH. Cauley's Susie

Cauley's Yellow Sam

Hutchen's Gypsy

Cauley's Jenny

Cauley's Yellow Sam

Cauley's Swift Legs

SQ.CH. Mimb's Daisy

Hutchen's Gypsy

SQ.CH. Neff's Joe Boy

Cauley's Peggy

NKC WORLD SQUIRREL CHAMPION /SQ.CH. Coles Skittles
(Dam)

GR.SQ.CH./TR.CH. Coles Booster

CH Smith's Streak 2000 OMCB HOF WRLD.SQ.CH.TR.CH./

Howard's Bob OMCB

Midge (old Grey Momma) OMCB

Parson's Babydoll

Riverun Nig

Riverun Blondie

O'neal's Daisy

GR.SQ.CH. Cochran's Buck

SQ.CH. Riverun Jd

Riverun Ruby

Spider

GR.SQ.CH. Cochran's Buck

Unknown (dam To Spider)



Which of these dogs are birddog, I will agree their may be a touch of cur way back but I can't find the birddog

Luther i see you are not familiar with that line of dogs anyone and everyone knows that they was cut up with bird dog and cur crosses you say you looked at the Peds did you see all the Curs that Dame is carrying over half or close, if everyone thinks thats a Feist i guess my 5/8 dogs will have a place to set then because they have just as much blood in them ... Dimpsy ...




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