SAVAGE IS CURRENTLY FOR SALE! Read below for more info.
NITECH CH 'PR' TREE RIZIN' Razor Sharp Savage
UKC Performance Pup
PKC Super Stakes Pup
Date of Birth: May 24, 2006
Call Name: Savage
UKC, PKC & AKC Registered
Finished to Champion (& shown by Rob)
2009 Southern Redbone Days- 2nd place win
3/6/2009- New Knoxville, OH- 4th place win
4/10/2009- Sedalia, OH- 4th place win
6/6/2009- Liberty, IN- 2nd place win
8/21/2009- MI- 1st place win
2009 Performance Points: 2.238
Sire's Accomplishments: Currently on UKC Top Ten Reproducer's List
Currently #3 Performance Redbone Sire
Currently #6 Historical Redbone Sire
2009 #1 Performance Program Redbone Sire
2001 Purina Outstanding Redbone of the Year
2001 National Redbone Days Best Overall Dog of Hunt
UKC Dual Grand, AKC Nite Champion
Dam: GRNITECH GRCH 'PR' Marcum's Red KY Molly
UKC Grand Nite Champion & Grand Show Champion
1st place NTCH & High Scoring Redbone Female Thurs ARCA Redbone Days All Red Hunt
UPDATE FEB 1, 2010:
Here's what Rob has to say about Savage for those interesting in purchasing a TOP hound:
He's a close to medium hunter by himself- about a 20 minute dog if he doesn't tree. Medium to wide hunter
with company. Second to third strike dog. Savage uses his head. He will not open on a track unless he can tree it. First tree
dog. Stay put under ALL pressure. Real hard tree dog. You can hunt anything with him- pups, old dogs- doesn't matter. He'd
be a nice dog to teach Evey to stick to the tree. He won't go anywhere!
High pitched squal on track- chop some on a
hot track. Real distinguishing yodel locate that you can tree him on followed up by a never ending ringing loud chop.
no fast game. Never had a shock collar on him. Has treed a couple of possum in the last year but knows he's not suppose to.
He's an accurate stay put tree dog.
He's never bred a female to keep his head in the woods where it needs to
be to become GRNITECH. This is the same thing we did with Razor and all of our hunting males.
He's a consistent cast
winner. If he doesn't win the cast, he'll be up there knocking on the door of the dog that won.
He should've won National
Redbone Days this year. The first night he was winning the cast and the property owner went and pulled him off of the tree.
2nd night, he was the only dog in the cast to tree a coon but only 1 guy in the cast would see the coon until the shine time
was out- then they ALL saw it. The 3rd night, he did have the cast won-- every other dog was minused out, he treed the only
coon in the cast- had 200 + going into the last drop. The 8 got them on the last drop- all took minus- which minused out the
other 3 dogs. Savage was sitting with 125+ with 2 minutes left in the hunt and the handler treed him stationary in a brush
pile and the 2 minutes got him because he wasn't treed up a tree. He didn't have to tree him at all- he had the cast won!
will usually locate a brush pile and go on. He's not suppose to tree in the ground- I don't like to walk to a hole in the
He's an easy keeper, doesn't bark in the kennel- all muscled up. About 60 lbs.
As for show-- he isn't
a dog that you'll be able to compete with at the big ones. We docked the tip of his tail when he was a pup because his mama
broke it. I (Rob) showed him myself to Champion. Kat never had to. Usually I need her to put a BIS on my hunting dogs but
Savage was easy to finish because he's built really nice for a hunting dog. Easy handler or I couldn't do it myself.