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I've always loved the sound of a bawl mouthed hound.I know that there are folks here who have pointed out that when a hound lifts it's head to bawl it might cause a check, but as long as it can solve the loss I'll accept that just to hear the music.If I was a field trial guy I might feel differently. However the two dogs I have now aren't bawl mouthed but I love them and they will be with me until death do us part.
 

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I've always loved the sound of a bawl mouthed hound.I know that there are folks here who have pointed out that when a hound lifts it's head to bawl it might cause a check, but as long as it can solve the loss I'll accept that just to hear the music.If I was a field trial guy I might feel differently. However the two dogs I have now aren't bawl mouthed but I love them and they will be with me until death do us part.
I have one that bawls, one chops and 2 has a squealy mouth , no clue what my 3 pups is going to sound as they havent opened their yap yet lol
 

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I like a pack with different types of mouth...

I mostly like a bawl rollin over to a chop

I like a squealy mouthed dog just because you can hear them a good ways away...

I only like a steady chop for a tree dog..
But Doesn't bother me for a beagle though

Like most folks up here.... I just like hearing a pack in full cry... no matter the types of mouth they have...
 
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