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Magnum Blue Lacy Dogs Tracking Wounded Game

About Blue Lacys



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Click on the below link to read an article by Vincent Friedewald in the April, 2014 issue of No. 4 St. James. 


Blue Lacys are the official state dog of Texas!

The Lacy Dog or Blue Lacy Dog[1] is a breed of working dog that originated in Texas in the mid-19th century.[2] The Lacy was first recognized in 2001 by the Texas Senate. In Senate Resolution No. 436, the 77th Legislature honored the Lacy as "a true Texas breed". In June 2005, Governor Rick Perry signed the legislation adopting the blue Lacy as "the official State Dog Breed of Texas". (reference: Wikipedia)

Magnum Blue Lacy Dogs tracking wounded game.  We have found the lacys to be exceptional in tracking deer, killing coons or baying hogs or javelinas.  They are also fast, extremely athletic, shed very little, have few health issues, are intelligent, want to please their owner and good family companions,  They are working dogs and require room to run. They do not do well simply staying in someone's backyard.  Magnum Blue Lacy Dogs blue lacy puppies.