The Labrador Retriever is part of the Sporting Group, was first recognized as an independent breed by the organization in 1917 and should weigh between 55 and 75 pounds.
If you’ve seen the news in the last couple of days, you’ve undoubtedly heard about the newscaster who was bit by a dog during a live television broadcast. The newscaster, Kyle Dyer, was doing a piece on the rescue of Gladiator Maximux, an 85-pound Argentine mastiff, from an icy lake near Denver.
These simple fixes might lower your panic level if your dog ever disappears.
The next morning when campmate Trevor Peterson of Bethell, Alaska, came back to the house -- with the first pull of the trigger he dropped a king eider. But not just any king -- a banded king!
In a matter of days, Saturday to be exact, I’ll make my way to one of the most inhospitable places on earth to hunt for one of the hardiest, most desired ducks known to waterfowlers – the king eider.
In addition to holding 2,000 waypoint and 200 tracks, the 62stc has a hunt/fish calendar, tide table, sun/moon info and can be used for auto routing and turn-by-turn directions on roads. Perhaps the coolest “extra” function (you know, in addition to those that keep me from getting lost…) is the 5 MP camera that automatically geotags your photos so you can share exact spots with friends or navigate directly back to an area based solely on the image.
Using Vaca’s recipe (which is step 2), the meat was a raving success with people scarfing it down like it was the only muscle tissue at a vegan buffet. Like Wintersteen, the most common comments were: “What kind of beef is this?” … “THIS is GOOSE?” … “I didn’t know you could eat geese!” … “Want to come kill the geese on my dock?”
Give your dog a neoprene vest to keep your pooch warm and dry when you're hunting in the cold.
Dave and Mike Meseberg were hunting ducks one cold December morning in 1974. It all started when we realized we had forgotten our lunch. We ended up breasting a duck, cutting into small pieces and threaded on a green willow stick and placed it over the fire bucket. Hence, the birth of the "Duck Kabob."
His basic message was that his 3.5-year-old Lab was guarding shot ducks from other dogs. While he had never displayed this behavior in the past, the dog was now growling at other dogs – sending a clear message that he wasn’t messing around. His duck-hunting partner laughs at the encounters, but he didn’t think it was as funny.
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