posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 03:44 PM
reply to post by XLR8R
Yep, she did. She went from hair on end tail saber shaped in the air, curled back lips to tail between the legs, great big puppy eyes and lowered her
head in submission. IMMEDIATELY! I was in awe of her noticing so I didn't get mad, and in fact I didn't notice I had been nipped until I brought her
inside. I actually thought she was bleeding not me.
Coon hounds, are amazing smart dogs, but yes once they decide they are after something they don't give up. She has climbed trees after critters before
and never ceases to amaze me. Absolutely brilliant dog, and as long as she isn't right on something, I can break her off her trail. She will respond
to a whistle and let off what ever she is sniffing/chasing, but if she is with in strike distance I can't stop her, but try to pull her off. She's
experienced in hunting with me as well, the only time I was worried about her not letting off was with a black bear encounter. She saw it before I did
and took off like a rocket, and wouldn't come to my call, the both of them took off into the brush and I thought she was a goner. But the bear had
treed itself and she was trying damn hard to get up after it, when I found her.
She's incredibly sweet, and wonderful with children, other animals, and people as long as we are around and they come in the front door. She has
cornered my neighbor before and was a giant ball of angry when he came through the back gate while I Was inside. I knew he was coming over, and was
throwing on some clothes, and he decided to come through the back. Brody, didn't attack him, but wasn't letting him go anywhere either, and they have
met before. Kris is a big boy too, 6'4 260lbs. Never seen the man that scared in his life.
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