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Jacobs

Fawn
Mar 15, 2010
35
ky
I will try to send a pic or two. Have not figured this thing out yet. Send me your e-mail and I'll send all kinds of pics. At present I am out of my old blood. Am getting some of it back shortly though if it works out. Bred a litter last year,5th generation. Didn't keep one. Moving was just too much.

You got a very well built female there. I hope you have many years chasing ruffs behind that one.

EJ
 

trust me

Troubled Loner
Nov 27, 2004
17,305
Jerkwater, KY
You need a photobucket account to upload your pictures to. Then when you have them situated there, you can link them over to this site with no problem.

Or, you can hit the little paperclip symbol on the tool bar above where you type your post. This lets you browse your own computer and pick your images off of your computer and post a thumbnail version here, without the hassle of the Photobucket.com account.
 

Jacobs

Fawn
Mar 15, 2010
35
ky
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skin_dog1

BBBC Members
Jan 2, 2004
10,496
Bowling Green, KY, USA.
Jacobs, that middle one is marked up alot like my English Setter bitch "Molly". This pic is about a month old and shes developed alot more ticking since then. She's about 7 months now.
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admiralcad

Fawn
Dec 30, 2009
14
Well, Ol'Bob has been working hard this weekend. A friend has a real nice elhew gyp that came in last week. Sat. was day 7 for her and she's been in the kennel with him now. I started to take him out for a little run on some quail today but I don't think his mind would have been on the birds.
If everybody's math is right and all goes to plan he should have something to show for all his hard work near the end of May.
 

Jacobs

Fawn
Mar 15, 2010
35
ky
Longspur, I replied once but something happened to my post. I be quick about it the avatar pic is Lord Tobyn Bondhu-left his mama and on Right is Awbonnie's Bull, pic was taken 1992. I have bred 5 generations. Last year was the fifth gen and have always bred for nose ,brains and bottom plus I want a good looking dog. I like a dog that is fast,hard going,classy and above all ,has a superior nose. For the most part these are bondhu bred but they have a mix of american llewellin in there. They are not all as described. These dogs adapt to the cover at hand. Some are closer than others. Bull was very wide but adapted. Toby was closer as he would hunt 40yds in heavy cover to 125yds when it opened up. Bleu his daughter and Bull's double grandaughter would hunt about the same as Toby. Bleu has a son that is slower that resides in the mountains that has had many grouse shot over him and just last year we raised a litter from him .

I just got a pup from a close friend that has had our blood maybe 12 years or 13. This pup has 6 lines to Bull. We will continue to breed and hunt grouse in our new home town .

Trust Me asked me about posting some pics and never did hear back from that ol'e boy. I guess he's too busy chasing grouse with that youngster of his.
Eric Jacobs
 

trust me

Troubled Loner
Nov 27, 2004
17,305
Jerkwater, KY
Got my dog on another wild bird last night. She pointed in a thicket up above the trail, and I pitched a couple of rocks in and nothing came out. I released her, she hunted it out, then pointed again on the other side. I released her, and up comes a bird. She chased it into the next holler.

Not her fault, I should have walked up there and flushed it like a real man instead of standing on the trail.

Dang, these March birds would be easy to kill. They stick like glue.
 
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