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Kemmer Stock Hybrid Squirrel Dog

(Cajun Squirrel Dog) (Cajun Cur) (Old Cajun Squirrel Dog) (Kemmer's Tennessee Mountain Hybrid)

 

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Description

The Kemmer Stock Hybrid Squirrel Dog comes in yellow or yellow with white, brindle or blue brindle, reddish or sometimes black and white, but most of the time yellow, like its kin the Kemmer Cur. The Kemmer Stock Hybrid Dog is a stocky dog. It has a medium coat with a soft undercoat. 

Temperament

The Kemmer Stock Hybrid Squirrel Dog makes a good all-around dog if you want a good hunting dog or a dog for the kids. It will hunt about 200 yards from you and use every ability it has. Friendly, active and alert. Make sure you are this breed’s confident, firm, but calm, consistent pack leader and plenty of mental and physical exercise to avoid any unwanted temperament issues.

Height, Weight

Height: 12 - 18 inches (30 - 46 cm)
Weight 20 - 30 pounds (9 - 14 kg)

Health Problems

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Living Conditions

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Exercise

The Kemmer Stock Hybrid Squirrel Dog needs to be taken on a daily long walk or jog. While out on the walk the dog must be made to heel beside or behind the person holding the lead, as in a dog's mind the leader leads the way, and that leader needs to be the human.

Life Expectancy

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Grooming

The Kemmer Stock Hybrid Squirrel Dog is easy to groom. An occasional combing and brushing to remove dead hair is all it needs.

Origin

Originally called the Old Cajun Squirrel Dog, this Feist was developed by Robert Kemmer by crossing the Bounce Mountain Feist bloodline with some of his smaller Kemmer Stock Mountain Curs. They were bred for their super winding ability as their ancestors, the Kemmer Curs. A Kemmer Hybrid, it is a mix of Kemmer Stock Mountain Cur and Approved Feist. Some of the Feists used are Kemmer Feist, Mullins Feist and Barger Feist. Mr. Kemmer talked Calvin Boutte (aka the Cajun) into continuing this breeding program and that is how the breed originally got the Cajun part of its name. The rest of the name came from the fact that they are used to hunt squirrels as well as raccoons. The Cajun (Calvin) worked with what Robert gave him to help build the original Cajun Stock, but Calvin worked off shore and had to stop breeding. Robert kept breeding them, and renamed the Old Cajun Squirrel Dog to the Kemmer Stock Hybrid Squirrel Dog and Kemmer's Tennessee Mountain Hybrids. The dogs can be now more than 75% Kemmer Stock Mountain Cur and can be no less than 25% Kemmer Stock Mountain Cur, with the other percentage being approved Feist Blood, i.e., 25% Kemmer Stock Mountain Cur and 75% Mullins, or 50% Kemmer Stock Mountain Cur and 50% Mullins, etc.

Group

Hunting

Recognition

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DRA = Dog Registry of America, Inc.

Kemmer Hybrid Squirrel Dogs - Robert Kemmer with Little Gal (left), Crystal (middle), and Larry King With Little Handsome (right)

Kemmer Hybrid Squirrel Dogs—Robert Kemmer with Little Gal (left), Crystal (middle) and Larry King with Little Handsome (right). These dogs are from the Great Cajun Jack, one of the original Cajun Squirrel Dogs.

 

Photo courtesy of Cajun Squirrel Dog homepage

Photo courtesy of Cajun Squirrel Dog homepage

Red the Cajun Cur at 4 years old with the days hunt

Red the Cajun Cur at 4 years old jumping out of the truck

     

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