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 Post subject: Re: Name the breed...
 Post Posted: Thu Jul 23, 2009 2:03 pm 
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I was just messing with you, Mis.

If I wanted to make a serious comment I would have pointed out that the third pic of a full grown dog is the ugliest, poorest bred Mountain Cur that I have ever seen in my life. The second one, that the girl has on bench, is a good looking OBMC.

I hunted behind a blue brindle OBMC named "Bob" a couple of times. Bob hunted hard and deep. He was an impressive dog.

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 Post Posted: Thu Jul 23, 2009 2:09 pm 
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I never said the dog was pretty...just blue ;) and knew you were messing around Steve..

That second picture I posted has beautiful coloration but again..not my favorite breed.
It's ironic to see them in blue after the discussion on cowlicks vs ridges ..

I was reading about the blue Labs as well..wonder if breeders just don't realize how unhealthy it is to breed for the dilute ?

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I've considered getting a plott or mountain cur..admittedly just because I like the brindle color..really really like the color, lol! I know that they tend to be open on track but have been told that some mountain curs are silent and some aren't depending on the family traits.


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OK, I got another good one for y'all... name the breed in these pictures...

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 Post subject: Re: Name the breed...
 Post Posted: Mon Jul 27, 2009 2:18 pm 
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The bottom one is marked like a Doberman but the ears are wrong..
First one looks Houndy in the nose and the second looks like a Shepard of some sort

Now whats the answer????????? lol I`m terrible at waiting.. :))

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I think they're all dobermans.

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I have got them all right with the exception of that ugly prick eared MTN Cur (I still say that one is a treeing cur or feist)

Time to get another one wrong...... Lurchers?

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 Post subject: Re: Name the breed...
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Blue phase doberman.


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Dobermans!!!

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Danm, y'all are right.....

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