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Want to adopt my dog - great hunting instinct!

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Old 10-11-2018, 12:29 PM
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Hello and good afternoon. I adopted a Dutch Shepherd mix about a year ago and he is a born hunter. Currently living in an city/urban environment and you can tell he has energy and capability above and beyond to keep him happy as a regular "house" pet. He is strong, fast, loyal and will chase down anything - obviously cant outrun/catch squirrels and cats but he has gotten close many times!

I recently learned about hog dogging and if anyone out there does this my dog would make a great hunting companion for you especially for running down hogs! As I said he has the speed and determination.

Thanks and please let me know if any questions.

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Old 10-16-2018, 05:44 PM
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Old 10-17-2018, 04:07 AM
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a GOOD Hunting dog is well trainer and NOT designed to CATCH anything, them chasing hogs or cats and TRYING to catch them can get the dog several hurt of killed
so, you might want to state how OLD the dog is and IF any real training was done or not
sound slike you got a dog that is too much for you to handle and your trying to get rid of it?(no bashing here meant)
you might want to research dogs more before getting ANY more(meant as good advice only)
good intentions can turn into a problem other wise!
and you might ytry more local adds to try and find it a new home, or at least LIST where the dog is at NOW< as that can be a HUGE important fact needed to know by anyone with any possible interest here!?
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