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Mill Creek Kennell

Hattiesburg, MS 39401

Additional Information: I am selling all of my dogs. I wont have any more Redbones for sale.

I wont have any more Redbones for sale. Contact me by e-mail and I might can help you with another source. ...

Services: Puppies,Adult Dogs,Stud Service


Irons, MI 49644

Additional Information: Third generation coonhound fanciers.Bloodlines for both hunt and show.I am the National Coonhound Examiner & the author of 'Guide to Ethical Dog Breeding'.Before & after support always a priority.

Services: Puppies,Adult Dogs,Stud Service

rosehill red bones

skaneateles, ny 13152

Additional Information: whelped 5-4-2013 6 males 1 femalesire "pr" stering creek dandam "pr" byrne roseexceptional breeding ready to hunt

Services: Puppies

MiraMaxx Kennels

Freetown, Ma 02702

Additional Information: Hi, we have litters all year round and we have purebred Redbone Coonhounds UKC reg.Purple and Blue Ribbon Bred. We breed Show Quality and great hunting instincts. We own both Dams and Sires.

Services: Puppies

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