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PostSubject: A different deer story   July 11th 2016, 9:00 am

Most of the time, my 15 month old Bloodhound Boomer is with me, but occasionally when I need a break I put him out in the woods about 40yds behind the house tethered to a 30' cable. Usually he's laying in the shade of a 60-70' fir tree. The other day I heard him let out an alarmed bellow and going to the window I found him defending himself against a whitetail doe that was trying to pummel him into the dirt. I stepped out the back door and shouted......which caused the doe to sorta saunter away, but in no obvious hurry. Several minutes later she was standing taunting Boomer, just outside his reach. I appeared out the back door again and she bounded away. I wondered if she had wandered through the area and happened to disturb my sleeping buddy or if she had a fawn nearby.......come to think of it, I have seen plenty of does but no spotted youngsters yet this year.....very odd! Shocked

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PostSubject: Re: A different deer story   July 11th 2016, 2:13 pm

He has the look of:

Feed me you dummy!

I like hounds!! cheers Laughing :Grace
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PostSubject: Re: A different deer story   July 11th 2016, 3:11 pm

5th Bloodhound.......two Blue Ticks.....they are special. This one we got at 8 months and I'm afraid that "Bad parenting" had already taken place......so Boomer's been a challenge. But we are making progress.
He's an excellent "watch dog" and is instantly on his feet if something doesn't sound or smell right.  Don't think he's be much of a "guard dog" which isn't why we got him to start with......

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PostSubject: Re: A different deer story   July 11th 2016, 3:49 pm

My dog didn't bark at all, never, until she was about 2 yrs. old. After she learned that this was HER house, she barks at everything that approaches closer than 100 yds.

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