SportDOG Brand® Films Releases “Bob Wild” Documentary, a Tribute to Southern Quail Hunting
Knoxville, Tennessee (May 20, 2014) – SportDOG Brand, the industry-leading manufacturer of electronic dog training products and accessories, has released the second in a series of SportDOG Brand Films documentaries celebrating the unique relationship between hunters and their dogs. “Bob Wild” captures the essence of quail hunting at the famed Sinkola Plantation in Thomasville, Georgia.
Filmed and produced by award-winning photographer and videographer Lee Kjos and his team at Kjos Outdoors, the series explores what it means to have a dog as a hunting partner. “Bob Wild” follows the inaugural SportDOG Films production, “The Fowlers,” which showcases the deep bond between hunters and dogs on a frigid North Dakota duck hunt.
“Sinkola Planation is the epitome of what quail hunting in the Deep South is all about” said Lance Tracy, SportDOG Brand Vice President. “Kjos Outdoors presents the sights and sounds of the hunt in a way that makes you feel like you’ve been there. We’re especially proud of the way we can convey how special these kinds of experiences are for hunters and their dogs.”
“Bob Wild” is now available for viewing at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Frq7Cy3PX-4.
“The Fowlers” can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gzDoKwJC2V0.
More topics are in production and will be available soon.
SportDOG Brand is a subsidiary of Radio Systems Corporation, a manufacturer of electronic dog training gear and accessories. Based in Knoxville, Tennessee, the company is the industry leader and prime innovator in the development of safe, reliable and technologically superior pet management solutions. SportDOG product lines include remote training collars, no-bark collars, an in-ground fence™ system, and remote tracking systems. The company also carries training gear including leashes, bells, collar straps, dummies, scents, and whistles; TEK Series E-Collar+GPS Location and GPS Location only systems; and Canine Athlete™ nutritional products.