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Old 11-30-2012, 08:44 AM   #81
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My mid size beagle pit.....best dog ever....and the jack Russell is a great early alarm system... He will not back down from anyone or anything no matter what size...
Until someone kicks him in the head. That's why I hate small dogs. All bark no bight, and the ones that do bight just a quick downward thrust of a boot will just about do it.
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Weiner dog. Go ahead and laugh. They are extremely loyal, very smart, have one of the best noses on the planet and will guard the people that care for them with their life. My wired haired dachshund will let me know if anything is in the wind let alone within ear shot. She's the best guard dog I've ever had.
She can also track game and scare up game and loves every minute of it.
Those things where bred to hunt badgers....BADGERS!!!!
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Those things where bred to hunt badgers....BADGERS!!!!
Exactly !! bred to go head first into the badger hole. When I learned that years ago, I gained a bunch of respect for those little dogs.
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livestock so alot of the hunting dogs, pits, etc. are not the
best choices for us..
Actually, besides my uncles 2 border collies that we had on our dairy farm, we also had 2-3 pits running around the farm daily( my personal pit & my 2 cousins pits). If trained well from an early age, they could care less about the cattle. Ours were more interested in the ducks, geese, rabbits & groundhogs.


Any breed could be bad around animals as well as humans, jut depends on how you raise them..
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