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The Braque d'Auvergne breed

Breed Profile: Braque d’Auvergne

by Tony J. Peterson 0

It is generally accepted that our modern pointing breeds originated in Spain around five centuries ago, but not all dog… more »

Sussex Spaniel breed

Breed Profile: Sussex Spaniel

by Jerry Thoms 1

On a South Dakota pheasant hunt several years ago, I was driving on a gravel road that bordered a mile-square… more »

American Water Spaniel

Breed Profile: American Water Spaniel

by Jim Lasley 0

They absolutely live to hunt,” says Charlie Schlatter, of New Brighton, Minn., and a director of the American Water Spaniel… more »


Breed Profile: Chesapeake Bay Retriever

by M.J. Nelson 2

Several years ago in my other life as an investigative reporter, at an editorial meeting after I had summarized the… more »


Breed Profile: The English Setter

by Jerry Thoms 1

When Jill, the 18-month-old English setter, was released in the 20-acre hayfield, the 45-pound white, orange and black dog took… more »


Breed Profile: Cesky Fousek

by Tony J. Peterson 0

It’s up for debate when the Cesky Fousek, pronounced Chess-kee Foe-sek, actually showed up on the hunting scene. Some argue… more »

American cockers fell out of favor after their meteoric rise in popularity, which led to careless breeding. There are still hardcore hunters who favor the diminutive breed, and a dog that comes from the right pedigree can be a dream to hunt with.

Breed Profile: American Cocker Spaniel

by Tony J. Peterson 1

It is generally accepted that spaniels originated in Spain, with the earliest literary mentions of the breed dating back to… more »


GUN DOG’s 15 Favorite Training Photos

by Gun Dog Online Staff 1

With the warm weather here to stay, it’s time to get out in the field and hit the training hard…. more »


What You Need to Know About Gun Dog Breed Registration

by Joel Vance 0

She was a city dog, and the closest she ever came in her early years to a flying creature was… more »


Breed Profile: Small Munsterlander

by Jerry Thoms 0

“A small what?” was the typical response Jim Julson used to get when he answered the common question: “What kind… more »

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