Cut’n Loose Hondo, STDsc will be bred again to Bergert’s Coda Denim, STDs. All colors expected. This is a repeat cross. 3rd time. I’ve had the pleasure to watch these pups grow, train and learn. I kept 2 of the males and co-own 1 female. I’ve seen the past litter work a variety of stock. Almost all of the litter will heel, Cord being the strongest on the head to date. They work naturally wide, rate stock movement well, have varying degree of eye. Overall – a great cross that I am excited about doing again! A total of 19 pups working from the first 2 crosses! Reservations have started. ASCA/AKC registered.
Cut’n Loose Ain’t No Bull will be bred to Cut’n Loose Olive To Move It, who is owned by Marula Furlan of Italy. The litter will be whelped here in Texas. All colors expected. Olive is an easy dog to work on stock. She is ready to do whatever you want, but best with sheep and goats. Her cattle experience has been very limited. Bull is a pushy up close worker, nothing is done slow. He isn’t a dog that will fine tune for trialing – he will overrule you and think on his own. I’m hoping to get a good mix of the two. This is a line breeding on the grandparents of Olive’s granddame, Hootie and Bull’s dam WTCH Rosa. Both very nice proven cow dogs. Rosa still does the chore work for me. Some dogs in the lineage: WTCH Aggieland’s Rowdy Bar Fight, HOF Cut’n Loose Mi-T-Tuff Outlaw, HOF Cut’n Loose Mikinda Sweet, OFTDs RTDs, ATDsd, Dally Up Cowboy Cattlac, OTDs, ATDd, STDc, OFTDs, HOF WTCH Misty Ridge Spur of W Lazy J, HOF WTCH Hangin Tree Dude, WTCH Cut’n Loose Mi-T Sweet Rosa, AFTDs RTDs I think this cross will work well for someone that doesn’t really know how to work a dog. Good thinking dogs. Reservations have started. ASCA / AKC registered.