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  • Welcome to Squirrel Dog Central

    The site for the serious owner, hunter, handler of one of the many various cur and feist breeds for squirrel and coon hunting.

    "We go get hooked while others are still looking for the track."

  • Squirrel Dog Central (SDC)

    is the hub for information on squirrel dogs. Squirrel dogs can be of many different breeds or bloodlines such as Original Mountain Cur, Mountain Cur, Treeing Cur, Kemmer Cur, Canadian Cur, Leopard Cur, Treeing Tennessee Brindles, Stephens Cur, Southern Blackmouth Cur, Blackmouth Cur, Henderson Cur, Camus Cur, Catahoula Cur, Mountain View Cur, Treeing Feist, Barger Stock Feist, Buckley Feist, DenMark Feist, Mullins' Feist, Thornburg Feist, American Squirrel Dog, Cajun Squirrel Dog, West Siberian Laika, Rat Terrier, Jack Russell Terrier, Fox Terrier, German Jagdterrier, Airedale Terrier, Treeing Farm Shepherd, Norwegian Elkhound, Finnish Spitz, Walker Hound, English Hound, Bluetick Hound, Redbone Hound, Black and Tan Hound. Each breed, strain or bloodline has its own traits and qualities.

    Choosing a squirrel dog is not an easy task. Every squirrel hunter has a different idea of what the perfect squirrel dog is. For instance: When squirrel hunting some like a hard tree dog some don't. Well, we have squirrel dog breeders from many different states that frequent this site. These breeders can help you in making the right decision about the type of squirrel dog that may suit you. We have users that train squirrel dogs for a living, that just got their first puppy or have had many World Champion Squirrel dogs come from their kennel active here.


    Take a look around and enjoy our site.

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    • I listed this pup on here once before and changed my mind but I won't back out this time. It will be the best thing for her to go to somebody that has more daylight than I can give her. I will try to post a picture tonight. I can also send the video I mentioned above. Shots are up to date, just got her 3 year rabies this past Saturday.
    • I have a young dog for sale that shows a lot of potential but hasn't been hunted enough to do her justice. I've learned the hard way that at this stage in my life (full-time job, 3 kids) I don't have any business training a pup or young dog to be a squirrel dog and should save up for an older dog that can do it on its own. I have owned this female since she was 3 months old and have mostly hunted her in the woods behind my house, maybe hunted her I'd estimate about 25 times. She has treed a few easy ones she has run off feeders but still hasn't treed one in the wild and not staying much longer than a minute. The last time she did this I called her back to the tree and got her to bark up it again, and I took a video on my phone which I can send. She typically hunts out about 250 yards but will hunt closer in unfamiliar woods. She checks in and goes again. She is yellow in color, about 15" in height and 28 lbs last time I weighed her. Tone broke/collar broke but I don't have to use it much in the woods bc she handles well and comes when she is called. She hasn't been hauled much and not worked with much on  a leash. Needs work there. She is not registered, and I was told by the breeder she is 1/2 mountain cur, 1/4 Jack Russell and 1/4 Rat Terrier and that he made the cross on purpose. Asking $250. I will show her in the woods. PM me on here to exchange contact info and we can talk more about her and/or set up a time to hunt with her.  Thanks and God bless.    
    • White Male with black ear out of Rose has sold.
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