Posts tagged Sporting Dog Talk
6 Of The Greatest Modern Hunting Dog Stories

We’ve been here a hundred times, you and me, hunting the old slough behind the line of rattle-branch cottonwoods. We stay away during deer season, but only partly because we both think a big old Milk River buck might show up someday and we don’t want to scare him off.

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Dock Jumping: A Friendly Competition

Every August I give seminars at the Game Fair in Anoka, Minnesota. The event is six days of anything and everything to do with sporting dogs and is truly worth seeing. While there is something for every bird-dog lover at the Game Fair, there is one area that always draws a serious crowd — the dock-jumping event.

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Train Your Puppy To Maximize Hunting Potential

If you want a dog that understands obedience well and behaves himself at the age of one, you’d better start training the day you bring him home at 7 or 8 weeks. Even the youngest of pups are capable of learning a lot, provided we structure lessons to their attention span and abilities

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Alter Dog Training Scenery For Great Confidence

When you watch a good upland dog working a pheasant field, you'll notice that their behavior might appear random, but it's not. A seasoned dog will quarter into the wind and only take a detour if there is some cover that looks especially good.

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