gun dog


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gun dog

1. a dog trained to work with a hunter or gamekeeper, esp in retrieving, pointing at, or flushing game
2. a dog belonging to any breed adapted to these activities
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First, I like to remind gun dog owners that a dog is a living, growing, developing creature, with a brain and body that can only absorb and retain so much in a given time period.
The following images are a collection of shots of a few gun dogs I had the privilege of sharing the fields with over recent seasons, presented as a tribute to our hard-working gun dogs.
The noticeably smaller red setter, an excellent gun dog, is the close cousin of the big Irish setter show dog.
BASC's Airgun Safe Shot Award was launched at the fair, which attracted 370 gun dogs in three scurries.
In addition to her day job, she runs a private training business that offers a variety of services and classes, including gun dog training.
They may vote for an exemption on the tail docking of gun dogs - which the RSPCA, British Veterinary Association and other animal welfare groups are outraged at.
The show, organised by the Yorkshire Gun Dog Club, featured breeds such as pointers, setters and retrievers.
The grey Weimaraner gun dog was in an open-fronted pen next to a public walkway at Birmingham's NEC.
Dog day: A chance to determine the offseason hunting skill developments of a dog will be available at the San Gabriel Valley Chapter of Quail Unlimited's 16th annual Gun Dog Showdown.
The gun dog trophy went to Alan Swinburne of Shotley Bridge for his four-year-old cocker spaniel bitch "Skye" who won The Journal Gun Dog Trophy at Slaley Show earlier this month.
He made a great show of putting his gun dog on a lead and making it sit beside him when he spotted members of the public walking.
BW: What other kinds of technology is headed to the gun dog world?