Ladner BMC's ??

#21
Bumping this thread after bringing home a hopefully smaller male puppy from the Kennels of Curt Ladner !! He has been here just a couple of days now, and I can already tell this dog is going to be special !!
 
#22
Good luck. Use my Weatherford BMC on hogs and both Ladners are tree dogs. Top notch breed and the Ladners are a special line of them. Richard
 

Throwback

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#23
Bumping this thread after bringing home a hopefully smaller male puppy from the Kennels of Curt Ladner !! He has been here just a couple of days now, and I can already tell this dog is going to be special !!

post pics!
 
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Posting these for Greg! I can't the video to upload unless it's on an online hosting site that allows embedding.
 

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Thank you Steve. OK..a Ladner Cur along with the special ones in my life !! I wish the video would work, but then I might have might have got some backlash f him chasing down the little one and getting him by the shirt tail !! I can tell you...for fact...that very smart, obedient, loyal dogs come out of Curt Ladner's yard !!
 
#29
Playing with the little ones is his happy time as a 9 week old pup !! I would suggest such...interaction if you consider a pup from Curt. There are very very protective of the home front !! This little guy, the other night while we were out back letting him do his business, winded something. At 8 1/2 weeks, the hair from between his ears to his tail stood straight up !
 
#30
Man yeah ! You have a heck uva good looking team there ! In 6 months you won’t be able to seperate them two. That’s a great picture
 
#32
I had one.

He was the meanest dog I ever owned.

I would never own a Ladner BMC again.

The dog had characteristics of inbreeding and other major emotional issues.

To each their own but one of those dogs will never be in my kennel again.

NO WAY WOULD I EVER trust one of these dogs around children either.
 
#33
Man I hate that you had that experience with one. That's one in a million. Most every story you hear and everyone you will speak to will testify to the polar opposite. There are a lot of factors that go into dog behavior. They are very energetic dogs that need a job to do, or be hunted. A lot of exercise is in order. They are very protective of children usually. Who you got the dog from, at what age, how it was treated and how much it has been socialized has tons to do with the way they behave. One left mostly in a pen and not exposed to people or the outside world will be touchy. I wouldn't put up with a mean one for 5 minutes tho. There are always a chance of getting ahold of an inbred one, but in all fairness any inbred dog is going to have major issues. You cannot judge them all by one dog.
 
#34
Well if its one in a million I should buy a power-ball ticket because all of the dogs from that litter are either dead of natural causes or got lead poisoning within 3 years. I spoke to 4 of the other owners of dogs from that litter. All of them said the same thing.

It could have just been a bad litter.
 
#35
Hate that happened with that litter. Have owned a couple and hunted behind a few others with good results with the exception of 1 Ladner that a preacher brought to a hog hunt over in Richland. Dog was real queer acting and kept brushing the other dogs looking for trouble. Ruined the hunt. A couple months later the preacher tried to give me dog, pen etc... needless to say I turned him down. Oddly enough the preacher who was recently divorced committed suicide up in Macon. Don't know or care what happened to the dog. Richard
 

Blackston

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There are always a chance of getting ahold of an inbred one, but in all fairness any inbred dog is going to have major issues. You cannot judge them all by one dog.[/QUOTE]

I always liked mine a little tight
 
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