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Re: Terrier hound cross

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Re: Terrier hound cross

Postby Josh Kunde » Thu Jun 23, 2016 2:37 am



Patterdale x Hound (Mother was several mixed breeds) on a rockchuk this week. Very gamey.

7 months @ 32 lbs

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Re: Terrier hound cross

Postby Liz ODell » Thu Jun 23, 2016 9:35 pm

Out of curiousity was the sire or dam the hound and how much hound?

I was hoping mine would end up about that big lol (Jag was sire on mine), of course jags are a bit bigger though.
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Re: Terrier hound cross

Postby Josh Kunde » Fri Jun 24, 2016 2:23 am

The terrier was a bigger dog. About 25 lbs. And the dam was the hound. She runs about 50 lbs. She's full hound just mixed. Plott, redbone, walker, bluetick, and bnt.

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Re: Terrier hound cross

Postby pegleg » Fri Jun 24, 2016 1:18 pm

Its not wholly scientific on my part but the female seems to control size to a large extent. With exceptions made in single or two pups to a small female or a large female with 13+ pups from a smaller male. Ofcourse average breed size plays a major role but individual parent size and sex is another factor. As a side note I spent two days trying to get to the bottom of the possible effect a surrogate dam has on her offspring. I apparently was wrong. I didn't think it would be much or last into adulthood. According to the studies it seems a surrogate mother definitely impacts both birth and terminal size. Among some other less definable traits. Most of the studies where in equines and livestock. After reading them I can only assume its due to the transfer of growth horomones and the ability of the mother to provide more nutrition and room for growth.
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Re: Terrier hound cross

Postby hillbilly boy » Mon Jun 27, 2016 7:02 pm

Was wondering when I saw this what would you all say that a terrier mix with a hound would have that a pure hound would not
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Re: Terrier hound cross

Postby Liz ODell » Mon Jun 27, 2016 9:39 pm

You know, good question, that's why I have one lol.
I'm not sure there is but it sounded interesting and I'd like to see how he turns out.
There used to be lots of hound x terriers hunting big game in the west, generally Airedale crosses back then, there used to be lots of shepherd crosses too.
Why there really isn't now is debatable.
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Re: Terrier hound cross

Postby hillbilly boy » Tue Jun 28, 2016 3:38 am

Well now that I think about it I seam to remember reading that Airdrie blood was put in the hound x for Bear and cat for fight and smarts that the pure hounds did not have but every thing I have read says the old hunting Airdrie blood has about died out
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Re: Terrier hound cross

Postby AK Zach » Tue Jun 28, 2016 3:40 pm

Liz would you mind to post a couple of pictures of the dogs full body? I am curious to see the way it's built, definatly a looker!!! Thanks for sharing
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Re: Terrier hound cross

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Re: Terrier hound cross

Postby AK Zach » Wed Jul 20, 2016 6:46 pm

Looks great Liz let us know how he turns out !
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Re: Terrier hound cross

Postby Dan McDonough » Mon Sep 12, 2016 4:36 pm

Any updates Liz?
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