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Years back I enjoyed Rat hunting and Woodchuck and a bit of Fox digging with what was called back then "Den Terriers", basically Jack Russells. 

A couple of the girls picture below, Scruffy with a good size Black Snake she killed and one of the pups I raised Muffin who was a little Stinker as can be seen by her puss.

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13 minutes ago, airedale said:

Years back I enjoyed Rat hunting and Woodchuck and a bit of Fox digging with what was called back then "Den Terriers", basically Jack Russells. 

A couple of the girls picture below, Scruffy with a good size Black Snake she killed and one of the pups I raised Muffin who was a little Stinker as can be seen by her puss.

Al

 

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My parents raise wire fox terriers, and they have sold a couple that have become "ratters". They are great dogs, and ferocious when they get on something. I saw our old male "Tucker" pull a big sow coon off an oak tree one time by her tail. She was able to get away before a fight ensued, but it would have been something to see. 

They also have an airedale that was given to them some years ago, Brody. Talk about a fantastic dog, calm, gentle, and very loyal. My dad loves telling about the time he knocked a pit bull out of his collar when it came into their yard :)

It's hard to believe that this photo is 12 years old now, but this is me with my wire fox "Bo". One of the best dogs I've ever had. Unfortunately he was hit by a car and passed. 

 

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23 hours ago, Splitear said:

my wire fox "Bo". One of the best dogs I've ever had. Unfortunately he was hit by a car and passed. 

Well we have something in common Splitear, many years ago I purchased a wirehair Fox Terrier with intentions on making a squirrel dog out of him, he was also hit and killed by a car at a young age. Over my lifetime I have had the chance to train and hunt with many dog breeds and enjoyed working with them all for the most part. When it comes down to picking the one,  Airedale Terriers are my breed of choice,  a one horse race as far as I am concerned. Over 50 years with the breed and the one word that describes them best is versatility in spades.

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