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Hounds?

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Im just looking and comparing price and info of a local hound breeder or any with in the state would be great

my dog is getting to old and i want to try something new

thanks for the help

~Outdoorsman~

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Pretty hard to get any hound info on this site. Try

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I know a bluetick breeder near Durand WI if you're interested.

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Ooopps..... wasn't even thinking!

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i just got some numbers for some hounds ill keep in touch if this doesnt work out do you know how long he will be breeding like in years are they good any idea of price too thanks

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what kind of hounds are you looking for? There are Coon hunters clubs all over MN... email me for information.

susiecirclekranch@yahoo.com

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