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A Tree Walker Coonhound Deserves the Best: Quick Track, Garmin and Dogtra Products from Buzzard’s Roost



According to the American Kennel Club, the Treeing Walker Coonhound is a smart, brave, and sensible hunter and a genuine American favorite. “Don’t let the name fool you,” they say. “Walkers are runners and are capable of covering a lot of ground in a hurry.” If the Treeing Walker Coonhound is the dog for you, you’ll want to work with the kind of equipment that can keep up, equipment like the Dogtra Pathfinder GPS, Garmin DriveTrack and the Quick Track 6000 Package.

What makes the Treeing Walker Coonhound so special?

The AKC waxes poetic about this breed. “Few things can quicken a coon hunter’s pulse like the sight of this swift, tricolored hound in full stride—the long, muscular legs, the powerful and propulsive hindquarters, and the streamlined frame all working to cover maximum ground with minimum effort. Later, basking in the warmth of a campfire after an honest night’s work, this sweet-faced hound will look up and stir your soul with his gentle, pleading expression. Mercy, what a pretty picture! No wonder Treeing Walkers are called the People’s Choice.”

Here’s a little more information from the American Kennel Club about this amazing coonhound:

  • The Treeing Walker Coonhound has been competing in AKC Companion Events since January 1, 2004.
  • The breed was recognized by the AKC in 2012 and was the sixth coonhound to gain AKC recognition.
  • The Treeing Walker was born when a dog of unknown origin named Tennessee Lead was crossed with a Walker Foxhound, which was named for Thomas Walker, a Virginia breeder who played a key role in the breed’s development in the mid-1700s.

Whatever breed of coonhound you favor, you can trust The Buzzard’s Roost to have the coon hunting supplies you need to set your dog up for success, from PetSafe electronic fences to the Dogtra Pathfinder. We also carry a full lineup of hunting lights and Garmin accessories. 

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