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The Leviathan Says " every rat is mine "
The Leviathan in his environment
Jreed and his Mongrol Hoard with Jeanette Landberg and 4 others.
For those of you that are not able to find a copy of the CountrySide Magazine and Small Stock Journal. K Ruby was kind enough to scan it and turn it into a PDF.
If you have a Barnes and Noble or Tractor Supply or place you can buy the magazine. Please do, to support old fashion journalism. If you buy one and want it signed send it on out and I will sign them too mabey even a paw print or 2 ?
I can provide the article for those not able to locate it but will likely wait until it is off the shelf in order to support the printed publication....
also tagged are my wonderful and famous cohorts and friends that are in the photo's and might not even know it. ... See MoreSee Less
Sue HansonLoved the article, and love what you do. Just gave my friend Pat Muller of Quansa Kennels a subscription to Countryside. She is a terrier person through and through. It was the perfect issue for her first one. Keep up the great work.1 week ago · 2
Ethan BaltzerI had a springer spaniel that was a good ratter, sadly with her age and a few medical issues she is no longer to keep up the chase. Impressed with what you do, lots of respect man.1 week ago · 2
Cris LongacreCongrats on the article. Its great to get the word out there on a non-toxic way to get rid of farm and urban pests. I will have to look at my tractor supply see if I can get it.1 week ago · 2
Yvonne BreukersSo exciting! I hope you and the dogs become the first of many, organic, natural ways to get rid of rodents!1 week ago · 1
Looks who is out and about on shelf this month.
Always exciting to catch some press.
We love to share our love of good dogs and dead rats while providing an alternative to poison on the farm. ... See MoreSee Less
Courtney BuserI actually recently followed your page thanks to that article! 🙂 My grandparents have an old rat terrier, Taz, who can't seem to get enough of the rodents either. I've already shared your page with them and I'm going to show them your article real soon too!2 weeks ago · 3
Patty Cromer-MaxwellsCool ! Glad to see you will be helping people everywhere w/ your insightfu testimony to ratting w/ dogs!2 weeks ago · 1
Leviathan at the Controls
Always fun to watch Levi at work destroying vermin.
High drive and a dominant personality make Levi the Leviathan a work force.
Given a job and shown the way by older and more experienced terriers it doesnt take much for the light bulbs to turn on.
This video is from last year, when Levi was still quite young and his determination was quite obvious early on.
I enjoy watching them work, and hope you do to ..... ... See MoreSee Less
Lane JohnstonLevi seems to have really caught your attention. Considering your experience, he must be sensational. Glad he wound up in your pack.2 weeks ago · 1
Dillon GroseNice work!! Took me a minute on the song, cool version!! Who is the artist?2 weeks ago · 3
Patti RuthAlways enjoy your outstanding videos & catching tunes...sending ya virtual Internet cookies2 weeks ago · 1
Yours dog is hyper you say, and badly behaved , causing trouble to I will warrant ...
My best guess is it needs to run and get some exercise.
Just saying .... ... See MoreSee Less
Mike PettyjohnI think this is great. I let my little Rattie off leash at truckstops and customers. She knows a stop hand signal and a whistle to wait or come back. She roams thru mowed grass, tall weeds, wetland type areas and many dirt, gravel, asphalt and concrete roads and parking lots. She loves to run and hunt. It's good for both of us. She rides in the semi and these 4-6 breaks a day-2 for 30 minutes or more- keep her happy. There will be naysayers about this. I don't put her in danger. A little common sense about when/where to let her out to roam goes a long ways.3 weeks ago · 2
Caitlin SoberanesWe road hunt our hounds. Usually get 15 miles put on them a night. They love it and are in great shape and stay quite in the kennel. We run gravel roads mostly keeps feet tough and nails short.2 weeks ago · 1
Linda CampanarioFlying that's a rat terrier for you. Just love them. My old lady is almost 14 now and has gone deaf. Has slowed her down a bit. But still has some spunk.2 weeks ago · 1
James HoffmanAwesome! Roadwork is good for everything in keeping a dog fit! Esp good to harden up pads over time! Good on you for keeping dogs right my brother!👊💯3 weeks ago · 2
Renee L Johnsonunfortunately PEOPLE lock these dogs in the house way too much!!!! sigh3 weeks ago · 2
Gailen Z LeeExactly. Lots of dogs are what I call Runner Dogs. Gotta run. Or they'll be up to mischief. Great vid!!3 weeks ago · 2
Melissa MillettMy little rat gets to run and exercise all day. She just wants the opportunity to kill stuff!3 weeks ago · 1
Timmy MilesLove it!! The Jagd Terrier getting a pedicure. ❤️ Lightly exercising. Loll!3 weeks ago · 1
Rebecca Lynn MartinI roaded my hounds every evening hunting or not. Excersize is important for health and a sound/calm mind.2 weeks ago · 1
The Leviathan controlling
James HoffmanShe's an ace! From what I can see....that little bitch got DRIVE!!!!!! Love it!3 weeks ago · 2
The type of Rattus Norvegicus photos I prefer
Holy Mole' and Pea Knucklehead at the control dealing death to a large rat.
These are not large dogs, showing that when it comes to terriers larger is not better. ... See MoreSee Less
Jonathan AfribullsMe.gusta mucho su trabajo con los perros un terror debe ser pequeño de tamaño con un gran corazón para la batalla4 weeks ago · 4