A photo (below) and info from Ray: I run the Paulsen
line and they work real well ;their keenness to hunt is very
strong at an early age which can mean the dog often takes on a
job that they don't have the power to do and end up getting
hurt; which can make the dog a bit timed on the next pig they
catch. If properly introduced to hunting they all seem to have a
better than average nose along with very fast body and great
stamina. probably the only fault some people might find is the
distance they will travel to catch a pig, without tracking
collars you can be in for along wait . At the moment I have
three b/a bitches & two cattle dog x bitches .
More Photos of Ray's dogs in action go to Bull
Arab page 6
We sent some that are on page 1 of your Bull Arab pages, and now
our dogs are grown up.
These photos are of "Bundy" (white bitch) and "Bubba" (black
dog) and their first litter.
They have been on a few runs now, with Bundy, on her first ever
run pulling down the first pig straight off the ute. Bubba,
weighing in around 65-70kg has been a fantastic lugger and his
size makes a great back up for the bitch. They impress us each
trip we make with their finding and holding abilities.
If you have a Bull Arab or a photo of one, and
would like to add the photo to this page, send via email by
clicking the contact button above, or mailing directly to:
Ian Colley, PO Box 5396, Port Macquarie NSW
Please include a stamped self addressed
envelope if you want your photo's returned. The photos can be of
the dogs working or just being photogenic.
Can you please include some details on the
dog, where it came from, how they work etc.
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