THANKS Mr. Jack for the Great Conversation and the time You spent here today. Glad to hear You arrived safely at Your destination. Looking forward to Your next Order. I REALLY appreciate Your efforts on My part!
Mark thank you yes we all made it back in good shape them better than me lol. Got to meet two nice guys today when I delivered some of them Tom from Pa. and Anthony from Ny. makes those long drives worth it when you get to meet fellow beaglers and great people too. Thanks again for breakfast.
YEP... I DO hate that I cannot meet all the Customers directly.... I have yet to meet a "Bad" Beagler. They have all been VERY informative and GREAT PEOPLE! It hasn't mattered from what part of the Country they have been from, we all have Beagling in common and it seems Universal! I WOULD like for some of the "Pen Guys" to share some or all of the ideas they have found to be most beneficial with the acclimation, "training", etc of the Redbacks to the pens. I attempt to share any input I get, but this forum could be even better for sharing that knowledge found through trial and error. Thanks again, Mark.
Jack . It was truly a pleasure meeting with you. And thank you so much for coming to my house!!
I really appreciate that and it is great of you to go out of your way to help others!!!
The only advice I have is
I put a 4 inch PVC pipe in cage prior to release. I throw feed in there.
A few feet long. They will go in.
Then when release in wild I take same pipe and put feed in middle.
Helps them escape predators and eat without being preyed upon.
I hide the pipe in a thicket and release rabbits next to pipe.