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Here is a little history on my dogs.  They have lots of great squirrel dogs in their pedigrees.


                                             

                                                                                                                                (L-R) Middle Oxford's Pedro, Tennie, Quick's Champ

Quick's Champ - Sire of Champions and father of Tennie and Gator.  Tennie and Gator are 3/4 Champ Bred.  Champ is a proven reproducer that has thrown many squirrel dogs.  He is the sire of Wld Champion Oxford's Pedro, 2x Arkansas State Champion Horseshoe Mtn Champ Jr, UKC Arkansas State Champion Wood's Missey, NKC SqCh Oxford's Tennie, Quick's Amy, Back Forty Gator, Mitchell Green's Ringo, Wright's Panda, Tombigbee Goldie, etc.


Quick's Amy  -   Mother of Tennie.  Out of Quick's Champ x Double H Dottie

Bill Douglas with Amy as an 8 month old pup and her mother Dottie.  James Quick is holding Champ.


 

4x World Squirrel Champion Limbgripper Ranger - Sire of Wright's Freckles


Double H Dottie - Mother of Quick's Amy.  Dottie is Tennie's Grandmother.


  

McElroy's Smoke - Smoke is out of Horseshoe Mtn Champ Jr x Quick's Amy.  He is the sire of Tennie's puppies Kidd and Ringo.  He has placed in 3 ATFA hunts and won the Tennessee Regional Hunt at Whitwell.  He is also well on his way to becoming an NKC Squirrel Champion.


2x Arkansas StCh / NKC GrSqCh  Horseshoe Mountain Champ Jr - Sire of McElroy's Smoke.  Champ Jr is out of Quick's Champ x Wright's Freckles.


2004 UKC Arkansas StCh/NKC GrSqCh  Wood's Missey - Mother of Cindy.  Missey is out of Quick's Champ x Wright's Freckles.


2014 Oklahoma State Champion/NKC SqCh Champs Toby - Sire of Rita.  Toby is as nice as they come and is a full brother to Tennie and Gator out of Quick's Champ x Quick's Amy.



2010 and 2011 Oklahoma State Champion /NKC SqCh Stephens Grace - Mother of Rita.  She is directly out of Quick's Champ and a half walker half cur female.  Grace has won the Oklahoma state hunt a couple times and placed high in many other state hunts.