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Boykin spaniel retrieving a rooster
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Tower Shoots: An Avid Bird hunter and Dog Trainer’s Point of View

It used to be that if you wanted to experience this style of hunt it involved a ticket across the pond and a hefty fee to get access to one of the many amazing wingshooting estates in Europe.  Then there is the issue of dress:  tweed jackets, ties, tattersall shirts, breeks and of course your Read the Rest…

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Bagging Your Pheasant and Eating It, Too

In the prime of wetland season here, we shared with you some of our favorite duck recipes. We got some great responses from a lot of your about your favorite recipes, as well as some requests for pheasant recipes. In honor of Pheasant Fest 2012, and of getting some birds out of our deep freezers, Read the Rest…

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5 New Year’s Resolutions for Hunters

5 New Year’s Resolutions for Hunters Another new year is upon us, which means it’s a great time to reflect on what went well in 2011 and how to make it even better in 2012. Generally, our resolutions focus on how we can make the best products for you all and your dogs. Our goal Read the Rest…

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What We’re Thankful for this Thanksgiving

We know everyone has food to be eating today, football to be watching and naps to be taking, so we will make this quick. As everyone gathers with family and friends to focus on what they’re grateful for this year, the SportDOG team wants you to know we are thankful for you. Our consumers, our Read the Rest…

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The Spoils of Victory

Today we thought we’d take some time to address one of the greatest spoils of a hunting victory:  the food. None of us claim to be Emeril Lagasse. Truth be told a lot of us don’t even claim to know who he is, but when it comes to game (deer, duck, pheasant, boar, etc.) we’ve Read the Rest…

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