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Plott Hound (Comprehensive Owners Guides)

by Linda Hibbard

  • 240 Want to read
  • 2 Currently reading

Published by Kennel Club Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dogs - Breeds - Sporting Dogs,
  • Dogs - Breeds,
  • Pets

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages158
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8874338M
    ISBN 101593784279
    ISBN 109781593784270
    OCLC/WorldCa171287659

    Plott Hound Dog Breed Mug by Artist Dan Morris, Personalize with Dog Name, Two Sizes. Plott Hound Vintage Style Dog T-Shirt. $ $ FREE Shipping on orders over $25 shipped by Amazon. Lucky's Plott: A Plott Hound Tale. by Libby Bagby | out of 5 stars Paperback Audible Listen to Books & Original Audio. The Plott Hound is a cunning and confident big-game hunting dog with a fierce and tenacious nature on the trail and an even, affectionate and loyal temperament in the home. He hails from the mountains of western North Carolina and is the only coonhound breed .

    Mad Mountain Plott Hound Kennel, Demorest, GA. 1, likes 5 talking about this 3 were here. Maintaining a Family Tradition of Breeding, Raising, and /5(8).   And in , she wrote and self-published a nonfiction book and a teaching guide, Tracking Plott Hound History: North Carolina’s State Dog. Now she has a website. She also has memories of two bear hunts, which happened in Ontonagon, Michigan, in the remote spot Michigan residents call the Upper Peninsula.

    North Carolina's state dog, the Plott Hound, was named after the family of (Johannes) George Plott, who emigrated from Callbach, Kingdom of Bavaria Palatinate (Pfalz), Bad Kreuznach district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany as a child, about five to six years old, with his parents on the Ship Marlborough arriving on Septem in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Despite being the official state dog of North Carolina, the Plott Hound is not a well-known breed. On Aug , The Plott Hound was legislatively designated the official state dog. It is one of four breeds native to the U.S. and the only breed to be bred in North Carolina. Johannes Plott was a gamekeeper who moved to Cabarrus County in


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Plott Hound (Comprehensive Owners Guides) by Linda Hibbard Download PDF EPUB FB2

This little book is essential reading for those interested in the great hunters of western NC. The Plott Hound was a large part of their success, and the breed was considered as essential as a good rifle to good hunting. The author, Bob Plott, is the definitive source on this topic, as his family originated the Plott Hound breed/5(45).

About the Author. Bob Plott is a third great-grandson of (Johannes) George Plott, who first brought the Plott bear hounds to America. He is the author of four other award-winning books--Strike and Stay: The Story of the Plott Hound (), A History of Hunting in the Great Smoky Mountains (), Legendary Hunters of the Southern Highlands () /5(12).

Bob is a member of the American Plott Association, the National Plott Hound Association and the North Carolina Bear Hunters Association. This is his first book. He lives with his wife, son and their Plott hounds outside of Statesville, North Carolina."/5(8). Plott gives the reader/dog lover the history of the breed full of stories of hunts and the evolution of the breed as well as its acceptance into the AKC.

A treatment of the Plott Hound is also given. As the owner of a Plott Hound I found this to be an amazing book. Bob Plott, the author, is /5. This fascinating story of the Plott family and the Plott hound is a classic American tale of adventurers and underdogs- a story that Bob Plott, the great-great-greatgrandson of Johannes Plott, is uniquely qualified to tell.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR Bob Plott is a third great grandson of (Johannes) George Plott who first brought the Plott bear hounds to America in the midth century, and he is a great-great nephew of Henry Plott who introduced the breed to the. Pearl the Plott.

Pearl, a Plott hound mix, is nine months old when she enters the life of author Charlotte Legge. This tail-wagging cutie, black with brindle legs, ears, and face, is a rescued dog who was severely neglected and had contracted parvo, a terrible puppy disease.

The Plott Hound, a hound with a curious name and a unique history, is a rugged, relentless hunting dog who is a mellow gentleman at home but fearless, implacable, and bold at ament: Loyal, Alert, Intelligent.

The American Plott Association, Inc. was founded in Sweetwater, Tennessee. In forming this organization, charter members sought to return to the original and accurate breed standards, recognize the buckskin as a true Plott, give big game hunters a more active role and voice in breed matters, and make the hound-owning public aware of past inaccuracies and.

I'm busy working on my blog posts. Hello and thanks for stopping by. I appreciate your interest in my dogs. Please view my "About Me" page for a brief insight on me, my history, and the history of my dogs.

I hope you enjoy visiting and please feel free to contact me for more information. Millennium Magic Plotts kennel was founded by Jeremiah J. Johnson and my father, Baptist Moderator John Johnson, in the year of our lord Hence the name Millennium in the kennel name, although we got our start with the breed earlier.

A History of Hunting in the Great Smoky Mountains by Bob Plott, Foreword by George Ellison $ Aiken's Sporting Life by Jane Page Thompson, Foreword by Linda Knox McLean, MFH Aiken Hounds $ All in a Day's Work by Jack Lay $ The Houndsman By Van Johnson $ American Fox Hunting An Endangered Sport Book By Sara Strahan $ Bob Plott is the author of The Story of the Plott Hound ( avg rating, 26 ratings, 9 reviews, published ), The Story of the Plott Hound ( avg Home My Books/5.

He is an avid outdoorsman and an accomplished woodcarver and sketch artist. Bob is a member of the American Plott Association, the National Plott Hound Association and the North Carolina Bear Hunters Association. This is his first book.

He lives with his wife, son and their Plott hounds outside of Statesville, North : Arcadia Publishing SC. Bob Plott is a third great-grandson of (Johannes) George Plott, who first brought the Plott bear hounds to America. He is the author of four other award-winning books—Strike and Stay: The Story of the Plott Hound (), A History of Hunting in the Great Smoky Mountains (), Legendary Hunters of the Southern Highlands () and Colorful Brand: History Press, The.

6 results for Books: Bob Plott. Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. Eligible for Free Shipping. The Story of the Plott Hound: Strike & Stay.

by Bob Plott out of 5 stars 8. Kindle $ $ 0. Free with Kindle Unlimited membership. Or $ to buy. Hardcover. The Plott Hound is an interesting hound with a tenacious nature. He is a loyal and affectionate companion and does well in families with children.

The Plott Hound is the only coonhound breed that does not have ties to the Foxhound. He is a very vocal hound and loves to run. Bob Plott is a third great-grandson of (Johannes) George Plott, who first brought the Plott bear hounds to America.

He is the author of four other award-winning books--Strike and Stay: The Story of the Plott Hound (), A History of Hunting in the Great Smoky Mountains (), Legendary Hunters of the Southern Highlands () and Colorful Author: Bob Plott.

The Plott hound is a scenthound, which is a type of dog bred to hunt using its incredible sense of smell. They have a melodious bay—in hunting terms, it's called “voice." Plott hound aficionados find that voice beautiful, but your neighbors might disagree. Plott Dogs Online is the world's most informative source on the Plott Hound, America's most versatile hunting ers: K.

Inyear-old Joahnnes Georg Plott brought five of these dogs with him to his new home in the Great Smoky Mountains. The Plott family bred their line of cold-trailing brindle dogs for seven generations, the dogs distributing across the Smoky Mountains as their family grew.An APA membership entitles you to our well known Brindle Book, the right to hold office and participate in our annual elections, and also allows you and your dogs to be eligible for our special award nominations.

A single membership provides you one voting ballot for our elections and a family membership is given two ballots.This book gave insight on the Plott Hound Breed. Very informative on the history of the breed and it's roots in history.

Would reccomend to any Plott Hound or dog owner. by mischiefcoach Plott History. As a North Carolina native and avid bear hunter I found this book to historically acurate as well as very entertaining. Its a must 5/5(6).