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I have mentioned MANY times my feeling on Male Beagles WELLLLL recently I wrote about my Charlie Brown . He is 8 months +/- and thinks he is a Lover
I have a Gyp that I raised from a pup she will B 10 in July and they have became a "Item" Like most of us Men rite now 24/7 he is pre occupied .

As of now he can't reach his object they are both in the house and it is tough to keep them separated and when they go out side they don't want to come bac in.

Any Ideas SHE IS NOT in Heat butttt still stands for him-- I really don't want any pups at her age and not sure if he could "Do the Deal " because of his age.

My uncles words are in my Head Day N Nite " Gyps twice a Year, MALES every day"

Toooo old 4 this

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I'm with you Jim, females only at my place,lol.
Almost bought a great young males years ago, almost finished dog, ran great, hunted great etc, problem was he mounted everything and anything, including my kids legs, propane tank, even a football! That was enough drama and educational experience for my kids, lol. Only females since.
Boy, it was funny as hell though
 

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Separate them, by the two staying together it’s reinforces the need to mount and try to breed. Put in an dominate semi-aggressive female that will teach the male some boundaries, and manners.
I have a 5 month old male pup wanting to do the same thing. I turn him out with 2 females after I check to make sure they are not in heat. He will try to do the dirty deed and they will put the smack on him pinning him down and growling in his face. The females don’t put up with his mind set.
They are setting the limits in the exercise pen. Each dog is in their own pen separate of each other to keep the drama down.JMO
Even with dogs a female has to keep the males in check. LOL
 

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Im the minority, I love the big male hounds. I have a couple females, but I prefer to hunt over males.
All my buds that do a lot of breeding like females, so I always have a good selection of males pups to choose from.
I have started breeding my own hounds in the last few years, so I have a couple females as well.
To each his own.
 

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All females here but am looking for the right male to start breeding my females. I would like to find a male after season and try my hand at breeding some of my own. But who knows my old lady says I already spend more time with the dogs than I do with her lol. But I can not stand trying to hunt with a male that does more chasing the females than he does hunting!
 

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Well I love females, but I run mostly males.

Females are just easy...easy to start, easy to handle, aren’t aggressive. Meanwhile, males are stubborn, hard-headed, slow to start, and want to hump or fight everything they come across. BUT...they don’t come in heat! My experience with females when I ran all females was they always came in heat when I was trying to hunt..all of them not just one or two! So after about 10 yrs of that frustration, I switched over.
 

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Females come in heat twice a year males are in heat 365 days a year lol. I personally prefer females imo they’ve always been a lot easier to start and usually hunted harder i’m bad picky with males only have 2 but they are both hunting machines i do think that when you do get a good hard hunting male they are hard to beat.
 
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