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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2010 9:59 pm 
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i got a 4 yr old walker female she runs great with my buddys dogs and trees well with them and will out run them many times when i take her with my dog she will pull up tree to fast i will get to the tree and nothing is in it, i check real good in and around it so i pull her off a ways and send her on but she will pull up agian not to far from the first tree i know good and well there is no coon in it, I dont understand when she runs with my buddys dogs she will go all the way until she finds it but with me and my dog she wont ...Can anybody help me plz???!!!

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 12:20 am 
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Try to box trap some coon for her. Just let her bark at it for a little then hold her back and let the coon go for a little and watch where it goes but dont let her watch. Then once its in the tree cut her loose to see if shell tree it. If she trees it shoot it out to her and pet her up real good but dont let her have it. I had the same problem with my dog and i did that then stopped hunting her then i wanted to get her goin again but i couldnt catch anything.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 12:46 pm 
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Did you buy her like this or did you train her from a pup????Do you have a scope on your GUN..Many times you can find coon with a scope you cant see.. If Shes quick treeing that probly in her bloodlines.The best thing to do is walk her off the trees and re-casting her..Until she has the coon..Many dogs are like this.They look great with other dogs. Then when you hunt her with dog like them they show there faults.....You dont want to mess with cage coon or drags or anything like that .Just hunt her..Dont shine trees as you hunt that can make some dogs tree..Dont let her get any coon she does not tree on before you get to the tree..I never let a started or broke dog touch a coon if they are not at the tree before I get there.They also must be treeing on the tree..If not chain them back until they are ....

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what does she do when you hunt her alone ????

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 13, 2010 10:55 am 
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she wont hunt as deep if i hunt her alone


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 14, 2010 1:31 pm 
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She's a cull and should be handled appropriately.


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what i was trying to get at was does she slick tree when hunted alone?. ......can she tree a coon alone????...

i was trying to figure out if she was a hitch hiking.
a dog can hitch hike from in front or behind the other dogs.
what they will do alone tells the real story 95% of the time on if they are hitch hiking when hunted with other dogs.

could be she may just get excited more with your dog and pulls up short.or she is hitch hiking and she just looks better doing it with his dogs givin her the ride.

either way i would run her off the slicks with a switch to her butt.
the other dog too if he covers her on them.if she only goes a little ways and slicks again,i'd only have to walk a little ways to put the switch to her again.
alot of people wont correct a dog at the tree.so alot of dogs keep treeing slick because the handler allows it to continue.
dogs will miss,but a dog that only goes a short ways when sent off a slick and trees slick again is only treeing to be treeing.


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 14, 2010 7:39 pm 
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yes she will slick when hunted alone i will try switching her tonight and see if it helps some dogs she does this with and others she wont


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huntin247 wrote:
yes she will slick when hunted alone i will try switching her tonight and see if it helps some dogs she does this with and others she wont
i would hunt her alone and work on her for slick treeing alone first.
get her right alone,then work on her if she does it with other dogs.
she will learn faster about the slicks if she is the only dog out there.
you want to do it so she learns its because of the slicks and not because she is not on the same tree as the other dog.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 15, 2010 12:23 pm 
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i took her and another female i have last night first tree was slick i switched them 2 dogs real goood and sent them on they made one slick tree later on and the rest had coons hunted most of the night idk if i did somthing to help or she just caught on maybe? maybe luck lol but ill give her another shot tomm night


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What dog is slick treeing like that

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