TreePro Kennels KEMMER STOCK MTN. CURS & Tn. Mtn. Hybrids

KEMMER CUR, KEMMER CURS, KEMMER STOCK MOUNTAIN CUR, MOUNTAIN CURS, HYBRIDS, CURS

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Reply John Rickert
6:34 AM on June 7, 2017 
I really like your writings and can appreciate what you said.
My earlier years have been hunting with bird dogs and over the past 3 yrs I have been looking into the curs because I love dogs, hunting, training, and living with them.
Thanks you help me to try to find the right pup.
John - Middle Grove, NY
Reply Sean kelley
7:48 PM on March 8, 2017 
I'm interested in buying some Kemmer pups if you could call me at 3522589040. Thanks
Reply DarrellTor
11:13 AM on January 9, 2017 
Hi,

gleeful to be here, just came before to rumour hello

expect i'll accomodate soon


Bests
Darrel

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Reply Rick Simmons
3:00 PM on October 4, 2016 
Enjoyed your web site. Keep in touch. Rick
Reply swati singh
2:37 PM on July 12, 2016 
Hello!

I came across your blog while googling 'Mountain Cur Training' and was hoping you could help me out.
I recently adopted a pup from the humane society and they said she's a German Shepherd mix. I see the GS in her but after some research I came to the conclusion that she is mixed with a mountain cur (I adopted her in Tampa but she came from a shelter in Tennessee.)

I was wondering if you could confirm this? Happy to send you pics and describe her behavior thus far - Shes 3 months old. I've had her for a month :)

Thanks so much!

Cheers,
Swati
Reply Steve Haskill
7:38 PM on April 7, 2016 
GREAT article & helpful info for me as I start to look for the right pup. None available on the West Coast so I may have to come visit my grandkids in Columbia, TN & look around & maybe take a pup home. Other than research online for the past 6 weeks there is no help out here. Thanks again for posting that article. I gained a lot from that!
Reply Hollet Downs
9:32 AM on January 9, 2016 
Do you know anyone who breeds the blue color Kemmer
Reply Joe
11:20 AM on January 1, 2016 
Just wanted to say hello and thanks for posting all of the great info you have. As someone who has never owned a hunting dog but has one great memory of hunting as a kid with my dad and one of his buddies who had a squirrel dog, I have been thinking about possibly getting a pup. Obviously, I need all the help I can get so I have been reading anything I can find on the subject along with watching videos. You have lots of great info here. Thanks again.

Joe
Reply Judy Arceneaux
9:14 PM on March 31, 2015 
I had a Kemmer Cur that look so much like Red Stick Cajun Turbo. He died last Sunday and I have a huge hole in my heart. He was one of the sweetest dogs ever. He loved to sit in the recliner with me or my husband. Loved boat rides or a ride to the camp. The only issue we had with Buck was the constant barking at the camp. Is that common with Kemmer Curs? Do you have any puppies that look like Red Stick Cajun Turbo? I don't know if this breed is normally like our Buck, but he was such a sweet dog!
Reply Mick Lilley
9:12 PM on January 30, 2015 
Looking for a Hybrid pup, seeing if you have any on the way on info. I would appreciate a phone call if possible. Thanks.
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