America's Favorite Bird Dogs
Our resident gun dog expert Kyle Wintersteen takes a look at the best tools (and friends) any hunter could have.
Did You Know: Hunting Dogs Dominate State Breeds
Only a handful of states across the nation have named official canine representatives, but there seems to be a common thread among those that do: they have a habit of choosing breeds that have ties to hunting.
From Field to Frontline
Think German shepherds are the only dogs fit for duty? English springer spaniels and other hunting breeds increasingly are the dogs of choice for bomb sniffing, narcotics detection and search-and-rescue operations.
Pointing Out a Good Bird Dog
If you love to hunt upland birds like pheasants, grouse and quail, there are some dogs that could give you a few pointers—quite a few.
NRA For Pets
You get to benefit from your NRA membership, so why shouldn't your favorite gundog? Enter NRA for Pets, one of the Association's newest programs.
Gundogs: Beware the Burs
If you run a big, hairy dog, you know the drill after days afield: long hours spent untangling weeds, sticks and burs from the matted coat of your hunting companion. Follow these tips to make the chore easier.
St. Pierre: Can Field Trial Dogs Make Good Gun Dogs?
My buddy Bob St. Pierre at Pheasants Forever has asked one of those can-of-worms type questions: Can field trial dogs produce great hunting dogs?
AKC to PETA: Stop Killing Dogs
The American Kennel Club has issued a letter demanding that PETA stop killing the dogs that it purports to protect.