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    The Mountain Cur

    The Mountain Cur is a breed of working dog that is bred specifically for treeing and trailing small game, like squirrel and raccoons. They are also used for hunting and baying big game as well. Curs are a member of the Hound group, and the Mountain Cur is one of several varieties of cur. They can also be used as water dogs.The breed is mainly bred in the deep south, Kentucky, Virginia, and Tennessee, it has been registered with the United Kennel Club since 1998. The Mountain Cur Breeder's Association was formed in 1957.

    The Mountain Cur was originally brought to America from Europe by the settlers of the mountains in Virginia, Kentucky, and Tennessee, then later Arkansas and Oklahoma, to guard family and property as well as chase and tree game.

    These dogs enabled the settlers to provide meat and pelts for personal use or trade, making them very valuable in the unforgiving frontier environment. The Mountain Cur was bred and maintained for nearly two hundred years. With the advent of World War II, many of the families who had bred them left the rural areas and went to work in factories in the war effort. By the end of the 1940s the breed was becoming rare. Four individuals, Hugh Stephens and Woody Huntsman of Kentucky, Carl McConnell of Virginia, and Dewey Ledbetter of Tennessee are given credit for saving the breed from dying out and setting the Mountain Cur breed standard.

    In 1956, these four founded the Original Mountain Cur Breeders' Association. Soon after, controversy over the breed standard caused Hugh Stephen and Carl McConnell to leave the OMCBA to found the Stephen Stock Mountain Cur Association.

    For the Europeans that have never heard of the term Cur dog, it simply means Mongrel. It is a breed that was not originally planned, so it is next to impossible to reproduce the same type set, but today's cur breeders and enthusiasts have gone to great lengths preserve certain bloodlines from some of the hunters that have been using this breed of dog successfully for many years, hoping to capture and instill the required treats that make this breed of dog one of the deeps south all time favorite, The Mountain Cur!

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    The Basics on Hunting Dog and Puppy Health Care.
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    Common Questions About Heart Worms
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    Heart Worm Prevention
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    Heart Worm, Fleas and Other Parasites
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    Fleas and Other Parasites
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    Vaccinations
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    Common Questions About Vaccinations
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    How to Administer Medicine
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    What To Do If Your Dog Is Poisoned?
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    How To Tell If Your Dog Is Sick?
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    Signs of Ill health
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    Nursing A Sick Dog
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    Do Parasites Cause “Scooting”?
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    Spaying And Neutering
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    Spaying of the Female Dog
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    Surgical Neutering of the Male Dog
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    The Basics on, Hunting Dog Nutrition, Dog and Puppy Feeding.
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    The Basics on Training Your Dog.
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    Teaching Your Puppy Not to Jump or Bite?
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    A Guide To Dog Training?
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    Basic Dog Training
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    Things To Consider Before Breeding Your Dog
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    Bathing A Dog
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    Clipping A Dog
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    Hunting Breeds and Lines . *
    - Blackmouth Cur
    - Yellow Blackmouth Cur
    - Ladner Blackmouth Curs
    - Catahoula Cur
    - Catahoula Leopard
    - Busher Cur
    - Robert Kemmer Cur
    - Carl Smith Cur
    - Mountain View Cur
    - Mountain Cur
    - Original Mountain Cur
    - Stephens Cur
    - Treeing Cur
    - Coyote Decoy Cur
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    - Black & Tan Coon Hound
    - English Coon Hound
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    - Walker Coon Hound
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