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Why Your Coonhounds Should be Trained

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Debates frequently spark in the coon hunting world as to whether or not coonhounds should be adequately trained before they are taken on a hunt. While there are coon hunters who believe the dogs can instinctively hunt on their own, most every seasoned coon hunter believes in making sure their coonhounds are adequately trained. Here is a look at why your coonhound should be prepared before you take them out on a hunt.

Respond Positively to Commands

If you take the time to properly train your coonhound, and work to establish a positive working relationship with the dog, then your dog will respond better to your commands. There is nothing worse than being in the middle of the woods at night and losing a dog due to their lack of following commands. By properly training your coonhounds, you can avoid this disaster and improve your hunting experience.

Hunt More Effectively

If your coonhound is trained, then you can expect to have more effective hunting trips. Untrained dogs are notorious for not listening to commands which can yield an unsuccessful hunt. If your coonhounds are trained, they will listen to all of your commands during the hunt. This makes it easier for you to keep track of them as well as help them understand what they should do during the hunt.


We pride ourselves on carrying a wide variety of coon hunting supplies that are sure to be perfect for your hunting needs. In addition to our containment systems, we also carry other coon hunting supplies like Dogtra collars, coon hunting lights, Garmin 320, Garmin Alpha, Garmin Astro, Garmin TT15, PetSafe electric fences, PetSafe in-ground fences, PetSafe training systems, field trial supplies, and other GPS Garmin accessories. 



 

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