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|I would love to share information regarding Patch and myself.
I am a wildlife biologist for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.
I have held this position for ten years. I have the opportunity to
work in the field for about 50% of my time and as a result Patch gets
to accompany me to work. I work in a area with some marginal pheasant
habitat and the edge of good sharp-tailed grouse habitat. Also, our
Department raises about 15,000 pheasant per year and we have a managed
16 day hunt on 3,200 acres controlled by the Wyoming Game and Fish
Commission. In addition to that we release approximately 9,000
pheasant into lands enrolled in the Department's Private Lands, Public
Wildlife Walk-in program. So Patch gets to do a lot of hunting all
fall. I have taken him to Nebraska and this past year he found sage
grouse for my son and I in south central WY.
I could not be happier with his hunting ability and sense of smell.
He will retrieve as long is there is not another dog (e.g. Lab) with
him, then he lets the other dog do all the retrieving. He will roam a
little to far at times and if wind conditions are not right blow birds
out of range. However, any snow conditions or heavy cover he quarters
perfectly and responds to whistle calls and hand signals.
My 11 year old son has had him in 4-H the past two years and plans on
entering him again this year. He learned obedience, conformation,
showmanship and agility. He is a great family dog and does well
around other dogs. He basically ignores them and starts hunting. He
is very calm in the ring and I couldn't be prouder of both my son and
| PATCH AND FAMILY
JD. HUNT TAXI'S RISING POWERBALL
DESEASED MAY 2011
|THIS IS THE PEDIGREE OF OUR BEST MALE
THAT WE HAVE USED FOR MANY YEAR.