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 Post subject: Babbling Female
PostPosted: Tue Sep 12, 2006 8:20 pm 
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Silent Mouth
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I have a1.5 yr old redtick female she can tree her own but she babbles really bad after other dogs What can I do?


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 12, 2006 9:05 pm 
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Hunt her by herself until her confidence and independance gets up where it needs to be. Have you ran this youngster with older dogs at a young age?


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I have never hunted her by herself She has got off and treed but never turned out by herself


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you should be able to tell when she's babblin or actually gets struck in. when she babbles give her a easy shrt nik with the shocker. hunting her hard and often (alone) will cut out a bunch of that crap.


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i would take her by herself. myself.

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GIve this female lots of woods time by herself and i think your problem will improve


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Thanks For the info she's a great dog loud mouth, But I've got to get the babbling under control.


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that should do it


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 Post subject: Re: Babbling Female
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Another thing you can try is when cutting the dog with other dogs right before cutting grab a hand full of leaves insert them into the dogs mouth hold shut untill you cut loose it will take her a lil bit to get them spit out so she can bark this usually helps stop the babbling. But allways slowes it down


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 Post subject: Babbling pup
PostPosted: Wed Sep 12, 2012 8:58 pm 
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Im running an 7-8 month old walker pup who babbles constantly. any suggestions on how to shut her up without ruining her. she has put a released coon in a tree by herself but whenever she is out hunting she just runs her mouth. sometimes sounding like she is tracking and other times just barking to bark. any suggestions besides a bullet cause that isnt an option?


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Genetic. Too many comp dogs. Just hope maturity helps. I'd put her up for a while.


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 Post subject: Re: Babbling Female
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I know this is an old post but... I also have a young dog that babbles at other dogs. I trained her alone and never hunted her with another dog.She will tree all night by herself. I try hunting with my brothers dog and she looks stupid and just barks. Is it too late to fix?


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