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Old 08-15-2017, 08:44 AM   #1
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I'm looking on information on these 2 breeds of dog. I'm looking for a dog I can blood track with also do some squirrel and varmint hunt with. Any information would be great.

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Old 08-15-2017, 08:49 AM   #2
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I have a jagd. She is beyond pycho when it comes to squirrels. She drives me crazy always trying to get out when squirrels come in the yard. She also blood trails for me.
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Old 08-15-2017, 08:54 AM   #3
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In a nutshell:
Jagd is a versatile breed and will have more nose
Patt is more specialized for earth work
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Old 08-15-2017, 08:58 AM   #4
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Do they make good family dogs? What about little traveling companions?

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Old 08-15-2017, 09:03 AM   #5
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I have one that is about 4 months old.
started her at 8 weeks on fake blood trails and she followed the first one like she had been doing it all her life.
Put her on her first real track at 12 weeks old and she sorted it out with only a couple of missed turns from running it to fast.
Now at 4 months she has worked 6 real traqcks from 100 yards up to about a half mile.
So far she is 100%.
So far I have not had one that was not dead at the end of the track but I can't wait to turn her loose to catch a live one.
As stated above..... She is a Pycho and will attack anything absolutely no fear

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Old 08-15-2017, 09:07 AM   #6
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I have a Jagd and a buddy has a Patterdale. I don't think you will find a better dog for what you want than a Jagd. They will hunt, and blood track as good as any dog. My Jagd has bayed up 150+ hogs. I will say if you want to use them for hog hunting as well the Patterdale is a little more vicious on a hog. Both are relentless when it comes to hunting. My personal choice is the Jagd.
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Old 08-15-2017, 09:08 AM   #7
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Mine is great with the family, but very jealous of the other dogs. I have to stay on her about that. She has to be exercised, because of her energy level. I got my jagd from Dustin on tbh. He told me they don't back down and he told me right. If she ties up in a fight, it is on. She travels great in the truck and at the ranch she is always ready to go in the ranger. Her spot is on the front rack. Cool little dogs ,but definitely do your homework on them. They can and probablywill be a handful.
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Old 08-15-2017, 09:58 AM   #8
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Back in Scotland we had both Patterdale ( Fell ) and Jack Russell terriers.

Both were great around the family. When these went to ground the Patterdale flipped a switch and went to work mode instantly and was fearless compared to the Russell.

In my option you have to be more aware and two steps ahead if you own a Patterdale. Great little dogs but only one second away from Hunt mode.
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Old 08-15-2017, 10:06 AM   #10
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I have one that is about 4 months old.
started her at 8 weeks on fake blood trails and she followed the first one like she had been doing it all her life.
Put her on her first real track at 12 weeks old and she sorted it out with only a couple of missed turns from running it to fast.
Now at 4 months she has worked 6 real traqcks from 100 yards up to about a half mile.
So far she is 100%.
So far I have not had one that was not dead at the end of the track but I can't wait to turn her loose to catch a live one.
As stated above..... She is a Pycho and will attack anything absolutely no fear

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Where did you get her?

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Old 08-15-2017, 10:12 AM   #11
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Both of these little dog sound like what I'm looking for. The jagdterrier look to have longer hair then the Patterdale. Do they do Ok in the texas heat?

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Old 08-15-2017, 10:13 AM   #12
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Both of these little dog sound like what I'm looking for. The jagdterrier look to have longer hair then the Patterdale. Do they do Ok in the texas heat?

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They come in both smooth and rough coats. They do fine either way. Lots of jagds in texas
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Old 08-15-2017, 10:15 AM   #13
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Jagdterrier Breed Club puts on a Terrier Trial event twice a year in Tyler TX. Every April and October.
Next one is Oct 13-15
Come and check it out, whether you have a Jagd or not. It's a good time and good dog men
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Mine has a smooth coat. No issues out here.
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Old 08-15-2017, 10:18 AM   #15
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Jagdterrier Breed Club puts on a Terrier Trial event twice a year in Tyler TX. Every April and October.
Next one is Oct 13-15
Come and check it out, whether you have a Jagd or not. It's a good time and good dog men
Oh hell yea I will. Thanks

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Largest gathering of Jagdterriers in the USA
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Largest gathering of Jagdterriers in the USA
Do you know where I can findout more information about this event?

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Old 08-15-2017, 10:21 AM   #18
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Old 08-15-2017, 10:35 AM   #19
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IMO check out the lineage of whatever dog you pick regardless of breed, a dog is an individual and just like people there good up to excellent or no good down to worthless. My son had a pair of jagd's, good dogs until they got into a kerfuffle then they turned into psycho hairballs, they thought they'd fight us over their varmint a time or two, that isn't allowed in our hunting family, so they went away. He now has a pair of patterdales, absolute fur covered living creature seeking death machines, will relentlessly seek out rats, gophers, squirrels, rabbits, and up to and including hogs (maybe even grizzly bears), but the best thing about them as soon as the varmint invader has been vanquished they come to the grandkids to get their belly rub reward, and the grandkids are 2 and 4.
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Old 08-15-2017, 12:55 PM   #20
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IMO check out the lineage of whatever dog you pick regardless of breed, a dog is an individual and just like people there good up to excellent or no good down to worthless. My son had a pair of jagd's, good dogs until they got into a kerfuffle then they turned into psycho hairballs, they thought they'd fight us over their varmint a time or two, that isn't allowed in our hunting family, so they went away. He now has a pair of patterdales, absolute fur covered living creature seeking death machines, will relentlessly seek out rats, gophers, squirrels, rabbits, and up to and including hogs (maybe even grizzly bears), but the best thing about them as soon as the varmint invader has been vanquished they come to the grandkids to get their belly rub reward, and the grandkids are 2 and 4.
Sounds like some every good pups. Where did you get your patterdales?

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Old 08-15-2017, 02:59 PM   #21
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I would have to check with my son, when it comes to hunting dogs he's as bad as any hardcore tbh'r that's always accumulating guns, bows, and various hunting paraphernalia.
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Jagdterrier Breed Club puts on a Terrier Trial event twice a year in Tyler TX. Every April and October.
Next one is Oct 13-15
Come and check it out, whether you have a Jagd or not. It's a good time and good dog men
I know this is an old post but does anybody know when the next trial is?
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I know this is an old post but does anybody know when the next trial is?
The next one in Tyler is October I believe.
The club is starting to have events in other states too
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Lol funny timing. I just watched a dvr of pigman hunting in Ok with dogs, and the stop dog was a patterdale. That **** thing was relentless and refused to let go of the hog! Beautiful dog as well
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The next one in Tyler is October I believe.
The club is starting to have events in other states too
Thanks! Is there a place I can check to get specifics? The Facebook page mentioned earlier in this thread seems like the last post was in 2015?

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Thanks! Is there a place I can check to get specifics? The Facebook page mentioned earlier in this thread seems like the last post was in 2015?
There is a Facebook page. Someone will have to add you. I'm not a club member though

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Thanks! Is there a place I can check to get specifics? The Facebook page mentioned earlier in this thread seems like the last post was in 2015?
I think the name of the club is the AHTA. American Hunting Terrier Association
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