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3 Projects to Keep Your Gun Dog Sharp During the Offseason

by Bob West 0

Let’s face it; a lot of us are kind of down these days. Once bird season ends, the demands of… more »

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Training Tips to Recover More Wounded Birds

by Tom Dokken 0

Overlooked areas in training are one of the reasons guys like me are so busy. Of those blind spots, easily… more »

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Training Tips for Developing a New Gun Dog

by Bob West 0

It’s a good time to share some ideas and reasoning about the first few months’ objectives and what we can… more »

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Tips for Increasing Your Gun Dog’s Prey Drive

by Dave Carty 0

Gentlemen, you’re walking down the street and coming at you is a gorgeous woman. She’s curvy, long legs and wearing… more »

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GUN DOG Spotlight: Purina’s Bob West

by Tony J. Peterson 0

If you were to ask most sporting dog trainers to name the key contributing factor to a quality dog, the… more »

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Why Training Your Gun Dog During the Hunt is a Must

by Dave Carty 0

Over the years, I’ve covered a lot of subjects in this column, mostly focusing on yard work, training that takes… more »

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GUN DOG’s 5 Month Puppy Training Program

by Dave Carty 0

Over the course of the last several years, I’ve been mobbed in airports, restaurants and malls by fans of this… more »

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GUN DOG Training: The Problem With Sit

by Dave Carty 0

Virtually all experienced pointing dog trainers will tell you training the command “sit” is a mistake. They’re mostly right on… more »

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GUN DOG Q&A: How to Stop Blind Whining

by Ed Bailey 0

Reader Question “I have a 7-year-old chocolate Lab who seems to be a quick study when it comes to bird… more »

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7 Great E-Collars for 2014

by Joe Genzel 0

If you have ever felt helpless training a new gun dog, or even a well-conditioned field veteran, welcome to the… more »

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