Blackmouth Cur Kennel
been hunting the blackmouth cur since 1980 and can
say that I appreciate this breed, it's capabilities,
and their desire to please their master. I've hunted
many of the different lines of these dogs from the
older breeders and they all have their great abilities.
me say they were all good dogs but after all these
years I have developed a line that works great for
me. The way that I did that was by selecting the
lines of dogs that best suited me primarily in their
the most part, I chose to use the L.H. Ladner line
and Nolan line of yellow blackmouth cur. I am not
just wanting to breed for dogs that will chase a
squirrel or coon up a tree.
My ultimate goal is to produce a dog that will tree
with class, intensity, and style like a treedog
should. I will continue the same as I have for the
past 30+ years trying to breed and produce the best
blackmouth cur tree dogs that I can.
Hutson's Ole Bandit
Yellow Black Mouth Cur is the most intelligent breed
of dog I’ve ever hunted. They hunt close to
medium, but hustle like a bird dog. They hunt by
sight, sound, and scent. Usually if trained properly
they take voice commands, which makes it easy to
hunt small patches of woods. They
are very quick dogs enabling them to catch some
game on the ground. These dogs are also used to
work cattle and hogs. They usually bond to one master.
frequently ask "How are they around children?".
if they were raised around them they will be the
best protection that your child can get, and will
play like a normal kid’s dog. But if your
dog has not been around strangers, kids, or adults,
they will not have anything to do with them.
question is "How are they on a track?".
Well, speaking for my strain of dogs, some of them
are tight mouthed, some do open on the track. They
don’t waste their time on cold tracks. However
they have the ability to wind their game at a good
distance and go tree it. What I personally like
about them the most is they hunt with you, not you
with them. I never leave any of my dogs in the woods.
When I’m ready to go, I say so and out we
most asked question is "How do they compare
to a hound?"
Until the last couple of years, I couldn't
really give an honest answer. In the past two years
I purchased a few solid coon hounds. They were good
finished tree dogs. After hunting them alone and
with my blackmouth curs, I can finally answer that
question. The biggest difference is that YOU hunt
with the hounds, but the CURS hunt with you.
What I mean is that the hound is more of a machine.
When you unsnap him, he is gone until he gets treed.
The cur hunts just as hard, but hunts closer and
will check back in if he doesn't strike a coon on
an average of about twenty minutes. Both the hound
and the cur are good tree dogs but have a different
style of hunting.
All of our dogs are yellow or sandy in color, with
90% having a black mask and ears.
Ears: Short, Cupped
Head: Short to medium muzzle with
Weight: Females 40 to 45 lbs, Males
45 to 60 lbs
Tails: All are full length
Blackmouth Cur Kennel