Re: Started Coyote Hound?
I may have a lead on what you're looking for. I'll PM you. Are you (and hopefully a couple buddies) going to hunt only your future dog or do you want to get into a group that already has hounds? If you're hunting the dog alone, you and the dog will learn alot together. If you get involved with an established group that has broke dogs you can run with, your future dog will get on-the-job-training.
Not looking to jump all over and contradict you - just gonna give a different perspective - Within our group, we may do things a little different than others but, we have just as many one dog chases as multiple dog chases. We rarely have a coyote stop and stand off a dog - but it has happened and the coyote can easily get the best of the situation. On the other hand, there are alot of hounds that one-on-one, will stretch a yote (and not just a little yote). I used to own one. The more dogs you run (beyond 2), the more chance you have for error. We also rarely spike in fresh dogs on a chase although if we have a loss may try to get it going again with a new dog.
Maplewood Plotts & Curs