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 Post subject: Working Young Dogs
 Post Posted: Sun Jun 07, 2009 5:26 pm 
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With the new pen up this is an every day thing here at Bayed Blue again :)
Thought I would share a picture of the days training activities. Julie took the pics

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 Post subject: Re: Working Young Dogs
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we wanna come play :D

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 Post subject: Re: Working Young Dogs
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No kiddin Chad. Mis I can't wait to come down there and hunt with you guys. And now that schools out can you have Mike give me a call so that I can figure out just what size of cat he wants. Because now its just work, scouting and fun for me. :ymparty: :D

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 Post subject: Re: Working Young Dogs
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We had some impressive training going on this weekend, that's for sure! Abby looked awesome, as did Mimzy. I just get so impressed with some of these little ladies out there giving hogs hell. And I have a ton more pictures. I'll actually pick a couple that are in good focus and get them cropped nicely and post them up in the next day or two. At the moment I have a major backlog of photos to deal with.

Cory and Chad, it's road trip time :D We'll have to set up the Lacy Hog Dog Deluxe package especially for you western boys - a hog bay, a night hunt, a morning hunt and BBQ! And I'm sure all the guys are itching for a trip to Arizona or Nevada to watch the cat dogs at work.

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 Post subject: Re: Working Young Dogs
 Post Posted: Mon Jun 08, 2009 2:28 pm 
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Count me in.. Chad and I can share the driving.

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 Post subject: Re: Working Young Dogs
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Julie you listed everything accept calling coyotes.

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 Post subject: Re: Working Young Dogs
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;) I can take care of the coyote calling.

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 Post subject: Re: Working Young Dogs
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WOW!!! The pens look great and those pups are sure giving those pigs hell!


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 Post subject: Re: Working Young Dogs
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Now y'all know what every evening at our place is like...I almost regret getting the pens back up X_X BUT it sure is good for the pups. :D

Jimmy one of the best times I had with you was out calling in Tow..in spite of my foot being broke and in an air cast :)) Saw TONS of fox..was an awesome birthday for me ;)

Cory we will get the hunt worked out for you & your Dad, just let us know when y'all want to head this way !

Chad & Jim y'all just let us know when you're headed this way ! ;)

Now that I am allowed out in the sun again (YAY) I`ll work on videoing some of the training.

Abby & Mimzy are turning on good as did Buffy & C.C. (all the girls)
Bear is finally finding some confidence YAY I don't think it will take much to get him where he needs to be. #:-s That is a good thing since I kept him for a future Bayed Blue Stud..


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