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    I did a search and didn't find the information I am looking for. If someone can direct me to existing posts...please do.

    In the mean time...I am looking for information regarding Rebel. Not so much his accomplishments, but rather what kind of dog is he? Intelligence, biddible, vocal, size, etc.

    Also, does anyone know if he's been hunted in the uplands? If so, what kind of upland hunter is he?

    Is there a website for him?

    Thanks,

    Rob

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    Talk to Tina and Ernie Sullivent...Rebel's owners..they will gladly answer any questions.

    I couldn't be happier with the 24 pups (2 breedings) to Rebel... My Rebel, MH HRCH, Master National Finalist is an awesome dog. Wish I had a younger clone of him. (photo attached).

    http://www.rebelatstud.com

    http://retrievertraining.net/forums/...ighlight=rebel

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    http://retrievertraining.net/forums/...ighlight=rebel

    There are many others on the board that own Rebel offspring..
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    Young Guns: Frontier's True Grit With a Cause "Rooster" and Frontier's Gossip Girl With A Cause "Gabby"
    Boykin Spaniels: Max, Scarlet, Rummy, Jewels, Bella

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    HRCH Frontier's Cherokee Rebel MH (5-9-2000 to 12-6-2011)
    Moonstone's Little Girl Found MH (3-20-1998 to 5-2-2008)
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    Thanks for the contact information. Really nice pictures too.

    What kind of upland hunters are Rebel's offspring?

    Rob

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    I can't speak for anyone else but my 8 year old Rebel daughter is a great upland dog.

    Suzanne

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    Quote Originally Posted by huntingchef View Post
    I can't speak for anyone else but my 8 year old Rebel daughter is a great upland dog.

    Suzanne
    Thanks for your response, but...
    I'd like specifics if you don't mind...everyone has different preferences when it comes to style.

    What is it that you like about your dog in the uplands? Is she extremely birdie? How much ground does she cover? What is her natural range? Does she quarter back and forth or does she follow her nose?

    I'm looking for specific feedback about Rebel's and Rebel's offsprings upland hunting style.

    Thanks,

    Rob

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    Tanner, my rebel puppy is a natural pointer. He is a awesome all around hunting dog. You can see pictures of Tanner at my web site.
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    Here's my Rebel pup, AFC Rockerin's Riverdance(Ramsie) she's a machine in the upland fields has hunted pheasant, quail, chuckar, prairie chicken, sharp tail, ducks and geese. The picture is from the 07 Kansas pheasant opener .

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    My Rebel pup is an exceptional hunter

    I hunt pheasants on walk-in lands in Kansas
    when you find pheasants, they can be very wild

    On Pacers first hunt, he had his nose glued to the ground
    when he was trailing, there was no doubt
    I hunt all of my dogs and I have had a pile of dogs
    I know what a good hunting dog is
    I’ve only had the opportunity to hunt Pacer once, for a week
    but he exceeded expections.

    There are few things more exciting then watching a dog zig-zagging the trail a pheasant has left trying to escape his pursuer
    Even when you know a pheasants is going to kick up, when he does explode, it is always a surprise
    a good dog can make the hunt

    I can’t say weather Pacers natural ability came from his sire or dam
    I might argue it comes from the granddads on both sides
    I do know this Rebel pup can hunt

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    We did a breeding here and got 8 very lovely puppies. I don't think you'll hear anything but great things about Rebel.

    Below are links and photos to some the pups I had here...

    Enjoy the photos & videos.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pq2ctqGdTN4&feature=user

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9xpK8Inv1U













    http://i80.photobucket.com/albums/j1...aFFlolcrop.jpg
    http://i80.photobucket.com/albums/j1...ingruncrop.jpg
    The dog on the left is out of Cresthill Kennel's Zeke (Rebel son) & the dog on the right is Sunny (out of Rebel and my Cary).
    http://i80.photobucket.com/albums/j1...eMallards3.jpg


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob G View Post

    What kind of upland hunters are Rebel's offspring?

    Rob
    I bred my MH female to him twice and I have got GREAT reports on there upland game hunting, one man said he was the best dog he has ever hunted behind and he has had labs for many years! Of course my female brought allot to the table also!!

    Click here and scroll down to the middle of the page, the first 3 are Rebel pups> http://www.akskennels.net/id34.html

    Amy
    No matter how little money and how few possessions you own, having a Labrador Retriever makes you rich!

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