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Old 03-25-2013, 12:32 PM
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Oh my word, hound puppies are the BEST!
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Old 03-25-2013, 01:44 PM
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This puppy is seriously adorable. He reminds me of The Fox and The Hound.
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We went and picked up our puppy from Connecticut today. He is actually pretty fabulous, since he is calm, friendly and fearless- pretty much a perfect temperament I think. He thinks kids are great.

I can't believe how much extra skin he has. And the velvetty hound ears...

Anyway, all I have is some really crappy phone pictures, but it's better than nothing.

This one isn't mine-taken by the breeder, but OK to post.


Several from the car trip home. He was calm and cooperative, but threw up about six times. I was all good, we brought a big stack of towels







And here he is at home with Will on the sofa, after they wrestled and totally messed up the cover on the rec room sofa.



I know these leave a lot to be deisred, quality wise, but I thought they were better than nothing.

He is to be named Happy Jack Hollow Garnett, a mouthful for twenty pounds of nine week old pup if ever there was one. You see, my husband had an Uncle Fred, who Uncle Fred was named after, and he had a brother, who was kind of a bad boy- his name was Garnett. So this is Garnett, Uncle Fred's bad boy brother.
That is a mighty fine looking pup.
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Hound puppies are seriously adorable <3 he looks like such a sweet little guy! Congrats on the new addition!
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That is a mighty fine looking pup.
Thanks Pops. Means something coming from you and PlottMom. My offspring (pictured with Garnett) proposes to turn him into a competition coondog-which is why we went through all the convolutions of finding him an appropriately bred pup. He has offers of mentoring- and has been researching how to start, so we'll see how it goes. I don't know what the chances of success are, what with living in suburban Jersey, but the boy loves to camp, and is pretty smart. Pup looks pretty smart too. Also, we are a bout 500 yards from a coon rich reservation. Too many roads around and through it to want to let him go without a trail rope, but we can do something.

He's an all grand son of Track man, with a dual grand champion bitch. And he goes after a coon skin like nobody's business-so we shall see. Any advice always appreciated
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Thanks Pops. Means something coming from you and PlottMom. My offspring (pictured with Garnett) proposes to turn him into a competition coondog-which is why we went through all the convolutions of finding him an appropriately bred pup. He has offers of mentoring- and has been researching how to start, so we'll see how it goes. I don't know what the chances of success are, what with living in suburban Jersey, but the boy loves to camp, and is pretty smart. Pup looks pretty smart too. Also, we are a bout 500 yards from a coon rich reservation. Too many roads around and through it to want to let him go without a trail rope, but we can do something.

He's an all grand son of Track man, with a dual grand champion bitch. And he goes after a coon skin like nobody's business-so we shall see. Any advice always appreciated
You're not really in that bad a spot. Should be more coon than he can handle down in the pine barrens and lots of competitions in NY & PA. I look forward to seeing him in some columns in full cry with the Ws & 1st next to his name.
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