Biggame Kemmers

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Postby Bdog » Mon Nov 17, 2008 4:21 pm

My stud dog "Cougar" came from Cal Allen, Kingman AZ. Several of the folks on here have some blood out of Cougar or his offspring. I have had Cougar since he was 6 months old however, Cal has used him in his breeding program on several occassions as I'm not for raising litters. The second cur in the pics is a daughter of Cougar out of a female Mnt Cur from Garnett Weese Dove Creek Co that I raised. Cougar runs about 65 pounds tight and Savanna runs around 50 pounds. Cal has spent time with Mr. Fry and had some of his breeding at times.

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Postby Bdog » Mon Nov 17, 2008 4:25 pm

Shawn

That sounded kinda sharp and thats not what I meant just trying to clarify who he was speaking to.

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Postby NWKemDawg » Mon Nov 17, 2008 7:57 pm

Bruce,

I apologize, I was just talkin dogs didn't mean to be talking for you or anything. no hard fellings here tho Brother. Take Care, Shawn
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Postby Mtn cur hunter » Mon Nov 17, 2008 8:10 pm

Hey tracker I was just trying to say that they aren't a seperate breed they are mtn curs just a different family/strain of mtn curs


Yes bdog I was originally asking about your dogs.I don't know where I got big dog from?
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Re: Biggame Kemmers

Postby ironman » Sat Jun 10, 2017 11:44 pm

Better just to call them based on what they can do. Lion dog, hog dog, bear dog or coon dog or a cull. People get too caught up in papers, breeds, cur, hound, cross, etc. Someone tries out a kemmer if it doesn't work they say busher is better, someone tries a hound it doesn't work so all hounds are bad. Just keep it simple real dog or cull
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Re: Biggame Kemmers

Postby ironman » Sat Jun 10, 2017 11:48 pm

Just call them what they are real dogs or culls. People get too caught up in breeds, papers, hound, cur, cross, this that and whatnot. Someone tries a cur its bad so all curs are bad, tries a hound its bad all hounds are bad. I got news for ya theres great and bad in all, keep it simple A Dog or a Cull.
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Re: Biggame Kemmers

Postby Colby » Wed Jun 14, 2017 11:56 am

Good looking dogs are any of these strains used on hogs that you guys run?


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Re: Biggame Kemmers

Postby SASS » Wed Jun 14, 2017 9:27 pm

I have seen a couple that were really good on hogs. The ones I have seen had more nose than your normal stock type dogs it seemed. I really liked them, and if I didn't have what I have now, I would be running big game Kemmers.

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