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PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2007 8:59 am 
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hey all give me you opinion on ratt attack, and show biz liz dogs..

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Hey Sarah, its me again, Rat Attack is a good bloodline. My Brother in law has a female out of some rat attack blood. she's only about 6 months old, but he says she is one of the smartest dogs he's ever seen. The man he got this female from has a sister to the dog he's trying to sale.
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ok thanks i heard both ways.. the dog i am talking about a show biz liz and rat attack.. he's a smart dog yes but i just not sure if he's that good...


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I'm a english man myself, but if i was going to buy a walker dog it would have rat attack blood in it. Look at some of the dogs RAT ATTACK has thrown. He has sired GRNITECH Hardwood Elvis Attack, GRNITECH Rat's Hardwood Dolly, GRNITECH Night Heat Queen, GRNITECH Rats Lil Bit, GRNITECH Kmk's Stylish Eagle, GRNITECH Still's Stylish Witch Doctor, GRNITECH Bond's Rat Attack Shorty, GRNITECH Hidden Valley Rat Attack and many more. Him and his pups are reproducing nice LOUD, COLD NOSED, TRACK DRIVING dogs.

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Just bred my female to a rat attack dog sat.


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TONS OF TREE POWER, NATURALLY TREE MINDED PUPS,,, start quick and win big,,, but then again,, he wouldnt be here is it werent for ole sackett jr.

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Rat is my favorite, but I have seen some bad stuff off of him too. Happens with every stud though as much as he was bred. If it was a good female you will probably have a good dog.


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rat attack has been in the top 4 sires in the last yr and i think mayb even last yr in PKC

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He is NO 1 for putting out slick treeing dogs I knew one rat dog
that tree 100 times in a row all slick.


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from what i have seen most rat dogs are tree monsters.

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dwoocox wrote:
He is NO 1 for putting out slick treeing dogs I knew one rat dog
that tree 100 times in a row all slick.


I agree, the Eagle dog listed above is a good example

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dwoocox wrote:
He is NO 1 for putting out slick treeing dogs I knew one rat dog
that tree 100 times in a row all slick.


normally iof a dog slick trees like this, it is the owners falt for allowing it,,,, most of the higher caliber dogs out there used to be slick treein fools when young,,, if somone has the patience and time to fool with them and give them a chance to be broken off of slick treeing, they are normally the hardest to beat,,,,,,have many examples,,, NITECH YODERS ABBY,, out of the fletchers jake and charley creek faith cross,,,, most all the pups came ouit natural but would show u slicks,,, mike broke his female off of slicks and ood luck beating her,,, she is a machine,, in most any kind of favorable weather,, she will destroy you in a hunt,, others include, GRNITECH CHARLEY CREEK FAITH, NITECH ECHO LAKE BUD, NITECH SUPER STING JENNY, grnitech gibsons rowdy,,,,THAT IS JUST A COUPLE


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how do u brake a dog from slick treeing i aint seen a coon in 1 of my dogs trees in 5 trees im beggining to wonder!


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Nate7 wrote:
how do u brake a dog from slick treeing i aint seen a coon in 1 of my dogs trees in 5 trees im beggining to wonder!


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I'm picking up a pup in the morning that is out of Rat Attack.


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