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7.25
Hunting on Horseback
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How to Win the Wild Quail Hunt of a Lifetime

As you probably already know, we are offering SportDOG customers the chance to win an ALL-EXPENSE-PAID wild quail hunt with our team. Our “Work for Us” for a Weekend contest gives you the opportunity to join the SportDOG team on a hunt at Sinkola Plantation in Thomasville, GA. You’ll hunt with us on horseback or Read the Rest…

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5.17
Lab in Summer
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Summer Hazards: 5 Precautions for Your Hunting Dog

Spring brings with it warmer weather and a prettier view, but it can also bring with it new hazards for your dog. From heat exhaustion to toxic plants, there are several things that could hinder your and your dog’s experience outside. These tips will help make sure you and your hunting partner stay safe in Read the Rest…

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3.21
Rabbit
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Recipes from the Field

If you’ve been following our blog for a while, you know that occasionally we like to share some of our favorite recipes. Despite popular belief, we can cook. We’re actually pretty daggone good at it, and we assume many of you are as well. Why? Because it just goes with hunting. We worked hard to Read the Rest…

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12.6
Hunting Dog in Winter
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6 Ways to Keep Your Dog Safe This Winter

As winter approaches (though very slowly in some regions) it’s time to consider new hazards your dog may face in winter. These 6 tips will help you and your dog enjoy a safe and happy winter: Limit Exposure- Do not leave your dog outside for extended lengths of time without access to warmer shelter. While Read the Rest…

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8.16
SportDOG Game Fair Booth
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Getting to Game Fair 2012

Game Fair, held every year near Anoka, MN, is a favorite for the SportDOG crew. The setting is beautiful, the events are great and the seminars are fantastic. The best part of Game Fair though, is that we get to be out there with you guys, our consumers. Getting to show you all our latest Read the Rest…

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7.26
Training Dummies
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Training Your Retriever to Dummies

Training a retriever can be one of the most rewarding experiences any hunter can have. There are no secrets involved: just patience, repetition, perseverance, consistency and the ability to anticipate reaction. In short, the trainer needs to be just a little smarter than his pupil. This is not always as easy as it sounds. The Read the Rest…

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4.12
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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