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Discussion in 'General Hunting' started by barney, Dec 20, 2016.
this past spring. Feist ain't stupid.
id juststand back and bark
I stood back and laughed. I don't blame him one bit..that thing's teeth were gnashing!
We use to hunt groundhogs with dogs years ago,the dog would hole one and we would dig it out.I've see them little fiest get a hold of a groundhog and not turn loose.
I love it! I've dug several out over the years for my dogs.
I dug that one out for Barney last spring. Supporting the dog, makes the dog, IMHO.
Watched a Jack Russel go into a groundhog hole after one once. Heard a lot of barking and snarling, with the occasional wrestling sound. Before we could get a shovel, the Jack came out covered in dirt, but unhurt and smiling a wagging like it had just had the best time of its life.
My original German Shepherds LOVED to play with groundhogs.... The male would get right in a one's face while the female snuck around the back. She'd make one quick grab & you'd see a groundhog sailing 7-8 feet straight up and before it could hit the ground, they'd each have hold of an end playing tug of war... No more groundhog! About every year, we'd get a call from my dad: "Danged groundhogs are in my garden again. Can you bring your dogs?????" Those two were a pair to be reckoned with!
Great catch! I had a ground pig run up a pant leg years ago. I was walking in tall grass about waist high when all of a sudden he came at me. I figured he probably had a hole nearby and when he heard me in the tall grass he ran toward it and inadvertently found my left leg. Scared me to death!
Barney would have been in there if he could of squeezed in!
Had a jagdterrier that was around 15 lbs, she'd jump on a groundhog or coon and get the best of them in a heartbeat and crunch them up. Bites only made her more mad. oddest dog I ever had, all she cared about was killing.
A jagdterrier is supposedly one of the most courageous terriers there is.
That groundhog would have killed my Yorkie, as he would have had a hold of it and has no fear either.
I have a pitt/boxer that loves to play with grounhogs.