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What are Versatile Hunting Dogs

by admin on 03-17-2015 02:04PM in Sporting Dogs

The versatile hunting dogs are almost exclusively European in origin. While different breeds cropped up in various countries, they were all bred to be an all purpose gundog. They should locate game, point it, flush it (if desired), track it, and retrieve it to hand. They are meant to hunt both [...]

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A Complete guide to Canine Agility

by admin on 01-21-2015 10:44AM in Sporting Dogs

Dogs are often referred to as “man’s best friend.” In most cases, dogs are loyal, loving, and constant companions. While there is no question that dogs can make great pets, some individuals choose to train the animals and enter them in agility training competitions. Dog agility training is [...]

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Paradoxical Pups: Three Unlikely Hunting Dogs

by admin on 09-01-2014 06:52PM in Sporting Dogs

Most people respond with Labrador Retriever or English Pointer when asked about the best dogs for hunting. Labs are especially easy to train as gun dogs with a stimulus-reward (treat) regimen, according to Sportdog.com. But there are several breeds of dogs that fall into the proverbial "don't [...]

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The Evolution of Hunting Dogs

by admin on 09-01-2014 06:45PM in Sporting Dogs

Think you know all there is to know about how hunting dogs came to be?&nbsp; Whether you're a seasoned gun dog trainer or a bird dog aficionado, we think you can still pick up a thing or two from the graphic below.Embed this graphic on your website:&nbsp;<a href="http://www.huntingdogusa.com/blog [...]

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Sporting Dogs

by admin on 09-01-2014 06:31PM in Sporting Dogs

Sporting Dogs consist of a group of dog breeds that assist hunters when out in the field.&nbsp; They can either help track wounded game, or retrieve birds that have been shot.&nbsp; Keep in mind that these dogs have been historically bred to hunt when needed to, but also be good family members as [...]

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