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.
Irish and Gordon setters are two of the most beautiful breeds of gun dog.
Many gun dogs are part of the family, so why wouldn't you protect that investment as much as possible?
Though your dog is gorgeous and we're all for versatile gun dogs, the likelihood of anything but a retriever gracing the cover of this magazine is highly unlikely.
City five-piece Russian Gun Dogs will be unveiling its first release on Monday - following an appearance at this weekend's Godiva Festival.
Dressed in a flat cap and shooting jacket with a cartridge belt,William blew a whistle to control his labrador gun dogs.
We believe that Granddad was right and to that end, have been breeding Irish Setter Gun Dogs for over 25 years.
The four basic types of gun dogs are featured--retrievers, pointing dogs, versatile breeds and flushing spaniels.
GUN DOGS, a Birmingham band who have been attracting a lot of music-industry interest, are one of the main attractions at this year's Whitefriars Beer and Live Music Festival in Coventry's city centre.
But I do believe, of all the breeds of versatile gun dogs, the Spinone has the highest percentage of naturally cooperative and naturally obedient 'team players.
There are plenty of other reasons to have a Boykin, in the opinion of many owners who are devoted to their little brown gun dogs.