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Tips on finding good squirrel dog

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For Ruston’s George Seacrist, working with his squirrel dogs is a year-round proposition. He is pictured with one of his feist/rat terrier squirrel dogs on a recent hunt.

Want to be the envy of your hunting buddies and fill your calendar with squirrel hunt bookings? Find and train a dog to tree squirrels and you’ll wear out your pencil jotting down hunting dates.

It’s too late this year to locate and train a dog to tree squirrels as season ended Thursday. However, it’s not too early to start thinking about picking out a pup for the future.
For Ruston’s George Seacrist, working with his squirrel dogs is a year round proposition. He raises his own squirrel dogs and begins some preliminaries with pups as young as a month old while they’re still in the kennel, deciding which ones of the litter will eventually be sniffing out and treeing squirrels.

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