Great way to honor one of the most loyal dogs in the world!
Location: Madison, MS
6-13-2012 08:42 PM
What a very unique place. Really enjoyed my visit.
Location: Cullman, Alabama
5-19-2012 06:26 PM
I came with a friend to visit your place on recommendation from another friend.
I did not realize that there were so many coondogs.
Found the History interesting on the gravemarkers.
May the coondogs rest in peace.
Dossie "Sonny" Johnson
Location: Madison, AL
5-6-2012 09:28 PM
Visited May 6, 2012.
Location: Los Angeles, CA
4-21-2012 07:49 PM
I didn't realize how unique that place was growin up...used to drive by it all the time goin huntin...gonna take my wife next time I visit my family
Location: Cullman, Alabama
4-6-2012 03:56 PM
My husband and I visited yesterday and it was amazing. I enjoyed the cemetary and paided my respects to the coon dogs.I am encouraging my friends on facebook to go and visit. Sincerely, Dianne and Shane Weaver
Location: Ontario Canada
4-5-2012 09:12 PM
This is a trip we will be making.We've had 5 Blueticks a Blue Gascon and now we have a Redtick.I feel the need to honor all these great dogs by visiting such a noble place.
Location: New Bethel, Tuscumbia, Al
3-17-2012 06:30 PM
Good dogs are better than alot of people
Location: Selmer, TN
3-3-2012 09:07 PM
My husband has owned and hunted English Redtick coon hounds for over 35 years. His first English Redtick was Dillon' Hatchie River Jim. One of Jim's sons placed in the World Championship Hunt. In 1996 we bought our son a pair of UKC/PKC English Redtick puppies, they were grandsons of Ole Jim. Jim was the best dog anywhere around and one if his grandsons, Dillon's Hatchie River Rebel was a fine dog. Cold nosed and a great tree dog. Jim would bark 2 times per second. We lost Jim in 1988 and Rebel in the winter of 2011 at the age of 14. He had treed a coon not 2 weeks before he died. Now we have a male and female that are 8 months old and they go back to Jim as well. The female Rosie, is already getting up on the tree with the older dogs. She really wants to tree! They are family to us, we all love hounds. All they want is love and to please you.
Location: Cullman AL
2-29-2012 06:51 PM
Awesome website..hope to visit the cemetary in person someday soon.
Jennie Jordan of 4J Kennel
Location: Banks, Alabama
2-21-2012 02:15 PM
We bury our hounds at home, so they are always close to us. We just lost GRNITECH-CH Latch 'Em Up Queen on
Feb 17,2012. She was the beloved coonhound of our youngest son.May she Rest in Peace.
2-7-2012 09:33 PM
I was happy when i seen this website. My dad, James Curtis, has his dog, Hardtime Wrangler, buried here. I hope one day to take a ride down there and look at all the graves of these great dogs.
2-1-2012 05:18 PM
Love the website, can't wait to visit....
Location: Buffalo , New York
1-29-2012 12:58 AM
1-19-2012 04:46 PM
its so sad when you lost a best friend in the world.
Dustin Warren & Pennie McMakin
12-10-2011 10:07 AM
Hope to come back soon! There is no love stronger then that of a hunter and their dogs!
11-25-2011 10:31 AM
Hope to visit soon. God bless
11-6-2011 09:50 PM
My husband went hunting down in south Alabama about 7 years ago and he came home with a bluetick puppy that we named Daisymae, We had her for about 2 weeks and I said she has to go!!! She was all puppy and only people that have had a bluetick puppy know what I am talking about.(LOL)So we gave her to one of my Husbands friends, I CRYED FOR 24 HOURS. So we went back and got her and she is still here today, and THE BEST DOG WE HAVE EVER HAD!!! WE LOVE OUR DAISYMAE!!!!
Location: new albany IN
11-6-2011 08:00 PM
hello my name is liz, i have been hunting with my dad for 21 years.all my life a have had blue ticks i had elizabell or just bell. bell became vary sick some time around x-mas in 1999 we took her to the vet and they said she had cancer she lived the rest of her days under the tree in the living room she pass on the 25 of decmber my mom and dad seen that in killed me to go in the woods after that so about two years latter they got me dimond she was ou of frog creek whitey where bell was out of levi big diffrents but just when i got my first litter of pups i fell in love not only was she a good coon dog she was a grate mom too bell could not have pups so it was a big thing for me when the pups where old enough my dad went hunting on my birthday it was cold so he did not want me to go sadly she was hit by a car that night we have a grate line of dogs now and i wish i would have know about it in 99 and in 03 they might be in coon dog heaven but it would be nice to have them there with other dogs that are loved just like they are.
Location: North Alabama
11-5-2011 10:49 PM
Here is an email we received:
My wife Sheri, and I made a couple of videos from The Key Underwood Memorial Coon Dog Graveyard in North Alabama. I thought your members would like to see them, so I've put the links in this email. -Steve Wiggins