Be more relaxed, have more fun and get more birds when hunting – hunt slow and watch the dog.
Wing shooting requires a quick, practiced draw and a skilled eye.
<span style="font-family: Roboto, helvetica, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Teaching an eight-year-old dog directional retrieving, that is, getting him to go where I point on a blind retrieve.</span>
With new pups on the way, this list is a good reminder for bird dog owners.
Dogs’ amazing paws are built for the hunt.
One of the most important skills I teach my hunting dogs is to get them to keep an eye out for me and not the other way around.
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