Blackmouth cur

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Blackmouth cur

an early American mountain breed of dogs, noted as a silent hunter. The coat is usually short and dense but can vary between individuals.
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I have recently begun training my black mouth cur to recover wounded deer and have read and heard from several sources that unless there is a steady, heavy rain, precipitation actually aids a dog's ability to follow scent.
Mississippi hunters like to hunt squirrels with dogs of several different breeds, but Black Mouth Curs and Feists are the most popular.
And dogs like black mouth curs and pit bulls make good "catch" dogs because they can be trained to capture hogs, which they do by biting down on their ears and pinning them to the ground.