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Have never owned one, but have hunted with one many, many times. Very good dogs in the field. My uncles sees a squirrel or something, or picks up a smell and if hes loose he will be gone for hours. I would probably be prepared to hear some baying. Thats all I really know about them.
 

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Have never owned one, but have hunted with one many, many times. Very good dogs in the field. My uncles sees a squirrel or something, or picks up a smell and if hes loose he will be gone for hours. I would probably be prepared to hear some baying. Thats all I really know about them.
Thank you for the reply IDK. I'm glad you mentioned this... I remember hunters rounding up their hounds more than once on our farm because they just left their owners and kept going. Rethinking this one.
 

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I suppose training could stop the wandering if he gets loose, but what i would personally be more concerned about is the baying if you live in town. The neighbors would probably hate you.
 
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