Dedicated To The Outdoors

Dog Training, Care, And Hunting


When you witness a well-trained dog acting and re-acting to circumstances you become immediately aware that this didn’t happen overnight. And if you’re just starting out training your dog or puppy it might seem like an insurmountable task to tget to that point where the animal no longer needs commands. Time and attention to details help build the foundation to training your dog for whatever the task may be. A good hunting dog will provide more productive hours of hunting in the field or on the water and this productive partnership rewards both the hunter and the pet. These articles deal with trainging and caring for your hunting dogs as well as some general hunting with dogs stories.

One Dog Or Two
Moonlight Coonlight
Not For Sensitive Ears
The Traveling Wingshooters Checklist
Jet-Set Canines Flying With Our Dogs
ID On The Wing
Kennel Confinement Or In-House Inhabitant
Winging It And Introduction To Birds
Barking Up The Wrong Tree
Canine In Field Safety
Canine Bloat A Little Known Health Risk
The Forgotten Traits Of A Hunting Beagle