Bird seasons are months away, but right now is prime time for getting your dog back into the swing of things. Make the most of it by having the right gear on hand.
Here are a few tips to ensure your four-legged hunting companion stays as safe as possible in the field.
Here’s the rundown on some of the best new products you won’t want to leave behind when you and your four-legged companion head afield.
New pups don’t become good hunting dogs overnight. You have to set up yourself and your puppy for success, and it starts with the right mind-set and gear.
A dog can boost coyote success, and just may be the perfect predator-hunting companion. Learn what it's going to take from you—and Dog—to make a coyote come running.
There are breeds that specialize in just about every task, but almost any dog can learn to blood-trail wounded game.
Want a bird dog that'll run like the wind all day? He may have all the hunting drive in the world, but he won't last long if you take him hunting without getting him in shape first.
Take these pieces of puppy-parenting advice, and you'll be well on your way to raising a dog worthy of praise.
Here are five canine-related products you'll want to have on hand next time you’re in the field.
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.