Buying a mt. feist


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  1. #1
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    Buying a mt. feist

    I am not sure which line I want. I am considering a mullins feist, atomic feist out of "all that jazz" kennels, and a galla creek feist. I have never trained a squirrel dog before, only bought a finished one. I want to get one from a pup and train it myself, so it will be "my" dog, not one that has been sold and sold again if you know what I mean. Any insight would be great.

    Thanks, Nick


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    Call Todd Coles in Bethesda AR his booster bred brindle first are thebest I ever owned.


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    I hear the barger fiest are pretty awesome to.

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    My hunting buddy is going to have a litter of Mullins Fiest in about 3 weeks. They are from Jody Mullins stock of dogs. The Mother and Dad are super good squirrel dogs. His name is Gerald Minnie in Ola, Ark. phone number is 479-495-1357.

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    Do you have a number for Todd Coles? Will be calling Gerald too. Thanks guys.

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    Just go straight to the man, call Jody Mullins 870-574-0963.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikjames View Post
    I am not sure which line I want. I am considering a mullins feist, atomic feist out of "all that jazz" kennels, and a galla creek feist. I have never trained a squirrel dog before, only bought a finished one. I want to get one from a pup and train it myself, so it will be "my" dog, not one that has been sold and sold again if you know what I mean. Any insight would be great.

    Thanks, Nick
    I just talked to Larry at Galla Creek a couple days ago and he said he didn't have any pups right now and didn't have any gyps bred either.

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    Thanks Big Jim. Just talked to Gerald Minnie, hopefully got something lined up. Thanks to all that responded.

    Nick

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    Each of the feist you named are all good lines. White Oak kennels, goodtimemountain feist, grays mountain feist, circle kennel also have excellent blood line dogs as well. A good bloodline is a great start, these pups at six weeks are gonna be around $250. You may also have to drive a ways to for these. If you wanted to stay around Arkansas I would go with one that the guys mentioned earlier. I know Larry Renfroe, good guy, also has good dogs. I know a guy around Donaldson who breeds Bargers. I believe he said me may have some in a month or so, I can get you his number if you havent found one by then. A barger will be a lil bigger than a feist.

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    Awesome..Thanks, pm me his number..i am considering everything. I wont be home until may as i am currently deployed overseas and will be home then...cant do anything until then anyway.so im shopping around and getting ideas. countin down the days.

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    Have you got your feist pup yet?


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