How to Train a Bird Dog for Shed Hunting -
Training a bird dog for shed hunting and blood trailing will produce more consistent and rewarding hunts. Find out how at Gun Dog.
Health and longevity are the key goals behind this breeding. Both Ranger and Lucky come from strong, healthy, long-lived pedigrees.
The next important characteristic in the litter is natural hunting ability. Sire and Dam have extraordinary marking abilities, are highly trainable and hard working in the field, yet they are immediately able to switch into the “companion” mode when not at work. Their puppies will be athletic, agile, intelligent and structurally true to the breed standards.
Both Sire and Dam are Clear for Prcd-PRA, PRA1, and Ichthyosis and have normal eye, heart, hip, elbow and thyroid clearances.
Cocker spaniel earns title best working gun dog in Britain -
Everyone’s dog is their own personal favourite and ‘the best dog in the world’. But for dog-trainer Nigel Partiss’s working cocker spaniel Midge full name Field Trial Champion Brookfurlong of…
Winter Blues: Keeping Your Dog in Hunting Shape -
All those hours of summer training are hopefully paying off for you and your favorite hunting companion. But how can you keep your dog in peak hunting shape throughout the late winter months…
Honey Brake Lodge | Garden and Gun -
Deep in Louisiana duck country, a new hunting lodge marries a conservation ethic with creature comforts
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For Ramin Jackson, training a gundog doesnt start with shouting and shock collars. It starts with getting to know his pupil
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Training Your Retriever For Gunfire - Wildfowl -
Gunfire introduction is an intense but critical process. Tom Dokken goes over a few steps for successfully training your retriever.