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Drove down to Missouri to pick up a pup for my dad. His good cur dog passed away and he decided he wanted one last dog to train. I ended up getting a second for the kids. They squirrel hunt, **** hunt, rabbit hunt with beagles, turkey hunt, deer hunt etc..aged 14, 11, 9. They are having a blast with the little female (Emma) She will be used on ***** and squirrels..and a decoy dog for yotes if they "let" me..lol
 

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I've always dreamed of a good squirrel dog and never had one.

Not to be nosey, but what would a Mountain Cur cost a guy nowdays? Them and the Mountain Fiest are said to make as a treeing dog as ever was on earth.
 

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really..how well they are bred, how many UKC or NKC or OMCBA titles are in the bloodlines. Usually like most pups they run from 100 to 300. If it is a proven cross and the paretns are heavily titled expect to pay much more. The cur /feist breeds are companion hunters.more personality than hounds , tend to hunt closer but can be trained to get deep if you want. They hunt WITH you if that makes sense. Hard to beat a track driven cold nosed hound but for tight woods, a dog you dont need a leash for and to tree a ton of squirrels a cur is you answer
 

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yep

thats a good site many great people on there. If anyone is looking for a pup or started dog let me know . I have contacts all across the US for good prospects.
 
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