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Who's got em'? I know they're not the most common when it comes to huntin' dogs on here but we love our's and I'm considering learning how to hunt em' on rabbits in the next year or so. I need to invest in the collars and training to do that, though, or I'd never see them again once let loose on the hunting grounds. For now, they wear their shock collars and roam several acres on the home front. Great dogs with knuckle head personalities and "slightly" strong-willed. Here are Sven (right) and Ole (left). Sven is just over a year, purchased from a breeder, and with champion (not that it matters) hunting pedigree, and Ole is nearly four and from the humane society. They found him living under a trailer in the local trailer park and he is about the nicest and loyal dog you could ever want. Sven has a lot to learn from him.

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Nifty fun dogs and great hunters! Have hunted rabbits with Beagles and it is a lot of fun on a cold sunny day in January. They are warm hearted little dogs and make great friends but as you have discovered, they are a little independent at times. I sometimes think they don't like kids and they don't like wimmen either!! LOL!

They WILL wander at times.

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Hey Deerminator,

I have 3 beagles that are hunting dogs as well as house dogs. They sure are a ton of fun!

I hunt in northwest Wisconsin for snowshoe hare mainly, though there are a few cottontails too. I would highly recommend some kind of tracking system, wether it is a gps or traditional telemetry system.

If you are serious about getting into running, I suggest looking at a few forums such as the hunted hare, and the american beagler. Also google hunting boards forums and it will bring up a good one as well.

Here are a few pics, hope you enjoy!

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deerminator

Thanks for the info B-Man. I will have to do some further research. Also, great looking dogs--and hunters!

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