You’ll sometimes here that a dog is “too much” for an owner to handle. Thatcould be caused by a dog’s high prey drive, high energy level or physical size, among other things, but it usually boils down to the dog being a step (or several) ahead of its human counterpart.
Everyone wants a perfect dog. Here are three things to consider to help you pick a dog that's right for you.
Apparently I joined PETA. I received a membership email from the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals for my birthday. A “friend” signed me up as a birthday joke (keep in mind, this is the same “friend” that nearly lost Kona at an outdoors show. Judging by the responses on Facebook at hunting camp last week, everyone thinks it’s pretty funny.
I’m constantly amazed by the resiliency of life. Every living species is constantly evolving in order to survive. Mutations, both good and bad, take place all around us, and one of the latest discoveries has to do with heartworms in dogs.
Here are some things to watch for so you can keep your dog hunting like a pro this season.
If you want to start a jawing match between dog men, bring up the topic of which breed is best at a certain task or the difference between trial/test dogs and hunting dogs. With retrievers, trial folks have a tendency to look down their nose at dogs that are “just” hunting dogs, while hunting folks tend to completely miss the point of trials/tests and think of the trial retriever as a “robot dog.”
For waterfowlers, the early teal season is a preamble for the regular season – a reward for enduring the heat and dearth of action since last season. But for many hunters across the South, the wait continues.
Check out our waterfowl hunting bucket list. We rounded up the 8 birds every hunter should get to chase before he dies.
Here are some of the latest research studies that might be useful to hunting-dog owners.
Here are some ways to care for your birds before putting them in a taxidermist's hands.
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