Courtesy of California Catchers.
A Jagd & Mighty Patterdale Catching a Feral CA Hog.
Sniper-Jagd horizontal while catching a CA Boar. Was not hurt and slammed right back into the Hog.
Leggy Boar Hunting Jagd (California Cathcers)
Real Hunting Terriers-German Jagd Terriers Treeing a Mountan Lion in Southwest US & Below with a Dispatched Badger, a feat for any dog, let alone a small den terrier that is outweighed by the badger.
21#lb Bobcat killed single handedly by 19# Jagd
A Coon was next. This is what real terriers are.
2 Jagds work over a lynx
Insane little dogs. Jagds closing on a Coyote
Jagd on US Badger
Young Jagd Closing on US Badger
‘I HAVE OWNED HOUNDS AND VARIOUS TERRIER BREEDS FOR THE PAST FORTY YEARS, AND I HAVE NEVER SEEN A SMARTER, GAMIER, AND TRAIL-WISE PUP THAT COULD BE COMPARED TO THIS LITTLE JAGDTERRIER. NOW YOU CAN SEE WHY I AM RAVING OVER THESE SCRAPPY LITTLE DOGS!’
Jagdterrier aka Jagd Terrorist
Dynamite does indeed come in a small package, as does the Jagd Terrier.
The German Jagdterrier (Pronounced “Yack-terrier”) was developed over eighty years ago in Germany by crossing the original old English Fox Terrier and the Black and Tan Hunting Terrier.
These crossings, with years of selective and intensive breeding, have produced the modern German Jagdterrier, a dog bred and used exclusively for hunting.
Jagdterriers, like many of the finest hunting dogs, are
European dogs bred and brought over from Europe. The better dogs have many working titles in their backgrounds with titles including International fox, badger, boar champions.
Jagdterriers see a variety of game, as they should and must be hunted weekly! Some refer to them by another name: psychos.
They are used for ground/stump hole dogs for raccoons and opossums, as well as in brush piles/old home sites for foxes, coons, and the occasional bobcat, bay dogs for black bear and wild boar, and tracking dogs.
They have a natural retrieving desire, and a love for water to fetch ducks.
They are not pets, but GAME terriers, and should hunted extensively throughout the year. They are exclusively for hunting, and are too much for anyone looking at a pet.
No matter the terrain, temperatures, or game one is after, Jagd terriers are an excellent choice.
Remember, these are versatile dogs, meant for a variety of game and tasks. They only exist, TO Hunt!
This is an Airedale from a well established Hunting Kennel
Adult Male Airedale Will Not Close on 3 legged, trapped Raccoon.
Drahthaars Will Close:
Drahthaar & Badgers Killed
2 Airedales will not close on a badger-sniffing and barking
Seen Enough Yet? Want More?
For Comparison Sake, This and EVERY VDD German Bred Drahthaar, Find, Close and Dispatch a vermin/badger, what a hard hunt dog Should do..Or it wont be bred per rigorous VDD breeding restrictions.
Closers or Cowards? 4 on 1 and Coyote gives more than he gets.
Were I looking for a Serious Hunting dog, Id look elsewhere.
See February archives of Drahthaars, Jadgs & Dogos-Hard Hunters.
Frauds are now being Exposed…
This is a 3 legged, trapped Bobcat and an adult Airedale from a Very Respected ‘Hunting’ Kennel in the USA Unwilling to engage and close on a 3 legged vermin, much smaller in size.
For this reason among others, the Breed is a Failure and its Reputation vastly overrated by the Frauds.
More standing around barking….3 on 1.
The cur/pit cross shows more, and thats saying alot…
Better Call for Reinforcements.
Please Lend this Airedale owner a Jagd or Drahthaar to pull some fur.
Airedale wont engage even when offered a neck from a nearly dead coyote.
Better Call for backup ie the Drahthaar or Jagd to Put teeth on fur.
Badgers are Serious Vermin and can injure much larger dogs-A Lurcher with European badger wounds.
Another great working breed, a tough as nails Patterdale Terrier, Most are closers and game on badger and fox and even larger game like hogs and coyotes (Not wise to use them alone unless there is backup, or they will be killed by coyotes).
All Examples of Versatility shown by Deutsch Drahthaars
From dispatching Vermin, treeing, trailing, dead game baying or outpointing a pointer. A Real and Hard VERSATILE Dog.
* See Feb 2013 Archives for more stories and photos of other breeds.
Will Even Fetch Coyotes After Dispatching, if Need be.
Drahthaar Closing On a Badger
2 Drahthaars & Bulldog Vested and Ready To Boar Hunt
Drahthaars & Jagds Closing On Wild Boar
Dead game Bayer
Pointer Backing Drahthaar
Typical Drahthaar that would rather die of hypothermia than refuse an icy retrieve
A Coon Hunting Drahthaar above.
This same dog also works well in the uplands, duck blind and is a great deer recovery blood tracking dog.
USA- Young Drathaar & Jagds Baying a Hog
Do you call this aggressive work on a small sow pig?
Wheres the Bulldog, Jadg or Drahthaar to Pull some fur?
In researching his Kennel Online, I found some interesting feedback:
2013/03/08 4:39 pm
‘I’ve had Two Airedales from Top Hunting lines, and they were both Chicken-shits.’
‘I had one Airedale from Coyotegods and the one I have now is from Highcountry. They both Tuck-tail and Run from coyote’s, and they aint decoying.’ -Mike Berger, Owner