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Author Topic: Introducing Indian Valley Ranch Catch Dogs  (Read 3650 times)

Offline workhorse

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Re: Introducing Indian Valley Ranch Catch Dogs
« Reply #30 on: May 15, 2013, 08:15:47 AM »
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  • I'm lovin this thread keep it comin man. I like the stuff you guys are working with. I also like the stuff Henry Torres has as well

    Offline Pudge

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    Re: Introducing Indian Valley Ranch Catch Dogs
    « Reply #31 on: May 15, 2013, 09:46:12 AM »
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  • Dogs look great Britt. Some good hogs also!
    A bulldog should have more grit than quit!

    Offline AmericanLegendz

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    Re: Introducing Indian Valley Ranch Catch Dogs
    « Reply #32 on: May 15, 2013, 09:59:32 AM »
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  • Reloads son Petey






    Some of the Hogs he's caught





    This just when he was in Texas with my good hunting friends Kristina and Mitch her husband.  Brandon over in Louisanna has him now and has alot more pics and bad hogs he caught for them in just a short while he's been with them.  Reload his daddy has caught and done the rounds with many hunting outfits and good hunters over the years. Petey followed in his foot steps and impress everyone he's hunted under as well. 

    Offline AmericanLegendz

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    Re: Introducing Indian Valley Ranch Catch Dogs
    « Reply #33 on: May 15, 2013, 11:32:54 AM »
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  • Petey working for Chasin' Bacon Hog Removal Service in Louisanna, LA. 









    http://www.pedigreedatabase.com/american_bulldog/dog.html?id=1334826-american-legendz-petey

    Offline Indian Valley Ranch

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    Re: Introducing Indian Valley Ranch Catch Dogs
    « Reply #34 on: May 16, 2013, 09:06:22 AM »
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  • Pudge, thanks for the kind words my friend.

    Workhorse, I agree, Henry's dogs look ready for whatever. Really like their structure and pigment. If I ever decided to bring some old school performance blood into my program. I would take a close look at his dogs.

    Juan thanks for helping me out with the pics and info.

    The pedigree database in my head was broke down yesterday. Petey does not go back to S-M Max, I thought Max was S-M Cloe's sire but I was mistaken.

    Offline holubcu

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    Re: Introducing Indian Valley Ranch Catch Dogs
    « Reply #35 on: May 16, 2013, 09:01:56 PM »
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  • yea best thread in awhile by far,........ nice shots of the hogs and dogs.
    He had 18 staples in him from working and it wasn't from a Tug toy burn

    Offline pistol27

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    Re: Introducing Indian Valley Ranch Catch Dogs
    « Reply #36 on: May 16, 2013, 09:34:33 PM »
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  • get off his nuts holbag

    Offline JustinW

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    Re: Introducing Indian Valley Ranch Catch Dogs
    « Reply #37 on: May 16, 2013, 10:38:06 PM »
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  • get off his nuts holbag
    Funny Shit...

    Offline Indian Valley Ranch

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    Re: Introducing Indian Valley Ranch Catch Dogs
    « Reply #38 on: May 17, 2013, 09:17:50 AM »
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  • Thanks for your input Curtis, i do appreciate it.

    Gentlemen, I would like to keep this thread as drama free as possible, but I understand it is a free country. :police:

    Here is a picture of a big boar that Reload and his sister Polly caught a few years back. I will give the story on this boar when i have more time.



    Here's a few action shots of my Hollywood dog in action.





    Last, but not least, a puppy pic of my cousin Kade and I.O. with her brother.



    Offline JustinW

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    Re: Introducing Indian Valley Ranch Catch Dogs
    « Reply #39 on: May 17, 2013, 09:59:09 AM »
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  •  Gentlemen, I would like to keep this thread as drama free as possible, but I understand it is a free country. :police:

    Sorry couldn't resist, good thread, keep it coming...

    Offline pistol27

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    « Reply #40 on: May 17, 2013, 06:06:06 PM »
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  • sorry just playn no blood no foul

    Offline Indian Valley Ranch

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    Re: Introducing Indian Valley Ranch Catch Dogs
    « Reply #41 on: May 17, 2013, 06:33:14 PM »
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  • Here is the story on the spotted boar which is one of the roughest hogs Ive ever caught with my Bulldogs. We were hunting a feed lot the hogs had taken over and had even injured some of the show steers this man raised and sold. I brought Reload and his sister Polly and a few young bay dogs in training and my friends Chance and Miles brought the finished dogs. We ran about 20 head off the feeders when we pulled up, so we threw out the strike dogs. They trailed about 3/4ths of a mile and bayed up in a creek. This boar knew exactly where he was going when he left the feeder. It was an intense bay, we heard a few dogs get hit while making our way to them. We cut the CD's about 20 yds from the bay and followed them in. They hit just after we shined lights on the bay and it was one hell of a wreck. They both swallow an ear and this hogs bolts down the creek about 15 yards to a washout like there isnt a dog on him. I have seen lots of hogs spin and try to cut dogs off but nothing like this. The cur dogs would try to come in and help but he was spinning and fighting so hard that he would just wipe them out with the two bulldogs. He had 170 pounds of bulldog swinging, the only time they were touching the ground was when he would jump up with his front legs and slam them. After about 20 seconds of this thrashing, I figured out my hunting partners were in no hurry to put hands on this hog. So I went in and legged him. I was in my good cloths and shoes because i was supposed to just drop my cousin Kade off with my dogs and go out of town. I just couldnt leave when I saw all those hogs, I didnt even have a flash light. Any way, I had plenty of help once I legged the hog, we broke the CD's off of him and got him tied. He had around 3 inch teeth, but some of the widest ive seen at the gum line. After we checked and tended to the hurt dogs, I started giving them a hard time about not helping my dogs. Some of you know Chance and Miles, they have caught and tied more rank hogs than most people I know, so Im not running them down. But that gives you an idea of how hard this hog was fighting. I guess it comes down to trusting your dogs, I knew they would die on that boar before they turned him loose, but I thought they had taken all the beating a dog should for one day. I told them it was a good thing I decided to stay or we might not have any dogs left. We had a good laugh. Chance said he was sure thankful for my big white elephants. Im pretty sure this hunt sold him on American Bulldogs, thats what he hunts now. I still regret not putting this boar on the wall. Someone had marked him taking 1/2 of 1 ear and part of his tail, but left him a boar. I also wonder if eating all that high protein feed had anything to do with him fighting like he did. Hope you enjoyed the read.

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    Re: Introducing Indian Valley Ranch Catch Dogs
    « Reply #42 on: May 17, 2013, 06:40:53 PM »
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  • Justin, Pistol, no worries, thanks for the reply.

    Offline Rooster

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    Re: Introducing Indian Valley Ranch Catch Dogs
    « Reply #43 on: May 17, 2013, 06:46:11 PM »
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  • Great story, Britt! You sure are a welcome addition to the board. I log on a few times a day and I haven't had so much to look at and read in a long time!

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    Re: Introducing Indian Valley Ranch Catch Dogs
    « Reply #44 on: May 17, 2013, 06:50:30 PM »
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  • my kingdom for a vido of that hunt

     

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